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PostPosted: Sun May 16, 2010 9:07 am    Post subject: 9N 3-point ? Reply to specific post Reply with quote

I inspected my 3-point today and things are in pretty tough shape. I see a lot of slop on both lower pins below housing and general worn out pins and slop every where. Does the arm typically wear out versus the pins? Where is the best place to buy OEM quality lift arms? I also need the LH upper lift arm on the rocker shaft. It is so bent I can get a new pin through it.
 
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PostPosted: Sun May 16, 2010 9:31 am    Post subject: Re: 9N 3-point ? Reply to specific post Reply with quote

try,, ferg8n9n@aol.com
 
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PostPosted: Sun May 16, 2010 9:44 am    Post subject: Re: 9N 3-point ? Reply to specific post Reply with quote

The only part of your post that doesn't wear out (but becomes worn out and leak oil from differential) are the pins thru the differential. with the lock nuts inside. This pin also has a nut on the outside to take off the lower link (usally these bars are worn at the swivel balls and bolt hole that connects to the chains)and the pin will turn in the housing, resulting in removing the left trumpet, to hold the nut. LOF.
TSC has a supplier of "most all things" related to ford 3 points, except rockshaft arms and the 180 degree pin adaptor. I would recommend trying to heat and bend misaligned rockshaft pin and then drilling out to next larger size from 1/2" to 9/16" and put in 9/16" bolts.
Lower lift arms can be tighten up, by either heating up, or cutting out some and bending closed on the worn swivel balls and welding shut, with some added strapping for strength. The worn bolt hole for chains can be drllid and bushed and with a new OEM bolt returned to specs.
PS when you get that done then tackle the worn "draft control pins. More LOF.
Good Luck
Charles Krammin BTDT advice from SW MI
 
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PostPosted: Sun May 16, 2010 6:16 pm    Post subject: Re: 9N 3-point ? Reply to specific post Reply with quote

N Complete sells draft arm ends with the ball socket for about twelve bukzz each - just cut old ones off and weld on new. Makes "em just as tight as new ones. This spot is an excellent hour meter for these tractors, as are the remaining pyramid ridges on the clutch pedal foot surface, JMHO.
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