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  1. #1
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    new holland tc- 35

    Default Repair for cub 7275

    I have recently purchased a Cub 7275 with a FEL . I have added a 3 point hitch backhoe from my last tractor ( mits 210d) I am having trouble getting grease into the fittings on the FEL any ideas? Also getting ready to sell the Mits tractor.
    I purchased the tractor with the hoe on it ( never used the 3 point hitch) the control arms were replaced with some "custom made " sections of steel I would like to set the tractor 3 point hitch back up for resale Any ideas where I could find control arms for this tractor?

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    Veteran Member GreenRules's Avatar
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    Limerick, Maine
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    John Deere 4110, 325,Gt225,, 110, XUV550S4, Kubota L275

    Default Re: Repair for cub 7275

    Have you tried removing the fittings and cleaning them? The fitings on my Cub are a little worn and you really have to exert some effort to keep the hose on the fitting while you pump the grease gun.

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    new holland tc- 35

    Default Re: Repair for cub 7275

    I ended up removing most of the fittings, backing out the pins, cleaning the hole out, and reinstalling new fittings.
    A lot of work but at least i managed to get grease to flow into the pins like it should. I had a tough time with the bottom fitting of the backhoe ( side to side movement) but finally succeded by heating it up good with the torch.

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