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    Default GC2310 pivot pin

    My tractor had looseness in front axle. Northwood Power Equipment, sent the service truck,[Lucien ,nice fellow] replaced the pin,in my dooryard. Front end tighter now. The pin passes thru a set of bushings,o-rings, because it is in the axle housing. Bushings are what controls the tightness of front end. I'm happy with my dealer. plowking

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    Bronze Member MEhorseFarm's Avatar
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    Default Re: GC2310 pivot pin

    How many hours do you have on the tractor, Plowking?

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    Default Re: GC2310 pivot pin

    Quote Originally Posted by MEhorseFarm
    How many hours do you have on the tractor, Plowking?
    I'll recheck it tomorrow, but I think it is around 374 hours. The pin has two shoulders, that fit into the bushings, there are [two?] o-rings I believe on each end. The bushings look like the bushings used on s-cams on air brakes on trucks. There is no need for grease zerks, because the pin is lubricated by the oil in front axle as it passes thru. plowking

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    Bronze Member MEhorseFarm's Avatar
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    Default Re: GC2310 pivot pin

    I guess I have a few hours before I have to worry about it. I am just getting to the 20 hour mark on mine...thanks for the info, Plowking

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