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viper71285
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 14, 2021 7:25 am    Post subject: Tie Rod's Reply to specific post Reply with quote

I am needing to replace the Tie Rod ends on my case 411 but my research on what parts to order has came up empty as I don't see anything listed anywhere.

Thanks in Advance.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 14, 2021 9:11 am    Post subject: Re: Tie Rod's Reply to specific post Reply with quote

I can't say for sure not having owned a 411, but if it's a ball-joint style similar to the 430/530/630, the end is G45368 for a right-hand threaded end and G45369 for left-hand threaded.

I strongly suspect these are the part numbers if it is a ball-joint style. The same ends were used on piles of tractors - not just Case.

Dealers will probably order the aftermarket ones from AI, which is the same part number, just preceded by, A-, (i.e. A-G45368 and A-G45369). Any dealer can order from AI; I just ordered a set for my 530 and ordered from the Massey dealer because they were $10 a piece cheaper for the same part.

The 630 I have has a few places where these are used. One is the linkage between the two wheels, and these just thread in with a jam nut - one left threaded and one right. Another is the linkage from the steering gear to the left-hand wheel, which uses these same joints, but they're welded into a piece of pipe to make a fixed-length linkage. If you have to replace this, just get a piece of Sched. 80 pipe or heavy-wall DOM the right length. Wrap a wet rag around the joint while you weld so you don't wreck the rubber boot with too much heat, but don't get it too close to the weld and cool the joint fast or you'll make it brittle. And obviously if you're welding them in place it doesn't matter if they're LH or RH threaded - when I ordered them the LH was slightly more expensive.

Again, I could be wrong because I don't know the front end of a 411, but if it's a ball-joint style I suspect these are right.

Good luck with it,

Daniel
 
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 14, 2021 6:19 pm    Post subject: Re: Tie Rod's Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Try John Saeli. Their knowledge and service is very difficult to beat.
 
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