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In Reply to: Case 530ck backhoe upper pin removal posted by PN on Wednesday, December 28, 2016:
Try and keep the posts separate to avoid confusion,the top end of each stabilizer leg carries two bushes,between the two bushes is a spacer to stop them going in two far,the bushes should be a tight fit in the boss (collar),if those are wallowed out and the bush is a loose fit it a job for a competent welder to either build them up or replace them,the parts book does not show the bosses,any machine shop can make them from pattern,ie bring the new bush and the OD and width,the welder will cut out the old ones and weld in the new,most people don't bother about a bit of play there as when the machine is jacked up the weight is on the pins and its not an issue.
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