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3 hours ago, Only RED in the shed said:

Am I the only one who would do questionable stuff like this? Broke range linkage and trying to get at it.i know they upside down

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I would say anyone who actually is trying to get work done does stuff like this once in a while.  Just do the best you can as far as supporting it so it cannot fall on you while you are in there.  

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10 hours ago, Only RED in the shed said:

Hey,thanks for flipping them over.what do I need to change to get pics right side up

I downloaded them, then clicked to edit each one, flipped them so they were right and uploaded them. I have went to attach pictures before and if they show that they are upside down before you insert them they will stay that way.

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17 hours ago, Only RED in the shed said:

All that and it was just broke roll pin,guess I might as well redo the lose linkage up top while I'm in there

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Originally there is a solid groove pin in there rather than a roll pin. If you are going to use a roll pin add another inside the first one and then tie them in place with a wire running through them.

 

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16 minutes ago, Owen Aaland said:

Originally there is a solid groove pin in there rather than a roll pin. If you are going to use a roll pin add another inside the first one and then tie them in place with a wire running through them.

 

It looks like the same pin I had give out on my 1256 earlier this year. Wire is a good idea, I used a zip tie. Just don’t do what previous owner of my tractor did and weld it. I had a #%*! If a time getting the grinder in there to knock the weld off. That was after fighting it for awhile before I realized it was welded on the other side too. 

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