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Re: 1650D wide front problem

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LSaunders

07-13-2019 18:21:19




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If you're sure you'll never want to adjust the axle width in the future, you could just weld it. When I bought my 1655 back in 2000, one stub axle was loose as you describe. Rather than go through all the hassle of replacing the front end, I welded it solid. In the fall and winter I mount a front end loader with fork lift on the tractor and carry logs with it. It's stood up for 19 years now with no problems. Just make sure that within the range of motion of the stub axle, you get the axle exactly where you want it before you weld.

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Traditional Farmer

07-14-2019 14:21:15




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 Re: 1650D wide front problem in reply to LSaunders, 07-13-2019 18:21:19  
That's the way one of the previous owners of a 1655 parts tractor I have solved the problem all welded up tight.Most times they are about impossible to move in and out anyway.



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rrlund

07-14-2019 15:03:25




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 Re: 1650D wide front problem in reply to Traditional Farmer, 07-14-2019 14:21:15  
That's for sure. I ran my 1600 with the clamps loose for 16 years with a loader on it and never could get it loosened up.



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