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In Reply to: Pin removal posted by AJ on Thursday, December 29, 2016:
I'm not that experienced in heavy equipment, but have owned 4 small tractors (30 hp) both diesel and gas and done restoration on two of them and repairs like brakes, injector pumps, rear tire changes etc. I'm basically self taught and often refer to manuals. I have worked on a lot of cars and trucks in my spare time though. I like your idea of the threaded rod and pipe and agree the pin could have a step in it. Thanks again.
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