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    Platinum Member sawtooth's Avatar
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    Default Re: Ford 5610 rear stabilizer bar help

    The only thing I noticed is the holes are slightly undersized for the pin to go into easily and the inner and outer square tubing bind a bit at times but Iím hoping just because itís new and that it will break in and improve. Seems already a little better now. Great product though and is a very beneficial option.

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    Default Re: Ford 5610 rear stabilizer bar help

    You will like those sawtooth. I put them on my 4610SU. New Holland uses a similar system on my Workmaster that incorporates a round stabilizer bar with adjustment holes and pins. Both systems are a big improvement on the older straight bar stabilizer system. My 1720 utilized a turnbuckle adjustment system. It was good. This newer system is much better IMHO.

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    Default Re: Ford 5610 rear stabilizer bar help

    I bought a pair of the aftermarket stabilizers off eBay,they work fine, but are nowhere near as robust as oem. I kept my eyes open and eventually found a pair of oem.

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    Default Re: Ford 5610 rear stabilizer bar help

    I agree the aftermarket are not the quality of OEM ones but they are close. Way better than old stabilizer bars too

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    Default Re: Ford 5610 rear stabilizer bar help

    Quote Originally Posted by sawtooth View Post
    I agree the aftermarket are not the quality of OEM ones but they are close. Way better than old stabilizer bars too
    I noticed the same problems that you mentioned. But as time goes along mine get easier to pin. With minimal effort you can pin your 3pt completely rigid. Only slack being in the various connection points. And it can all be done with no tools and no change during use.

    I built a pair for my little JD because it had turnbuckles.

    Some CUT and Utility class tractors can still be bought new with chains or turnbuckles......
    Richard

    "Happiness isn't having everything you want, it's wanting everything you have."

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