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International 454 spindle
I have an International 454 diesel. At least once a year the left-hand spindle (p/n 527292R92) that the front wheel hub rides on breaks at the hub shaft. It is always the left side. Is this a common problem? I did some research and the 574 and 674 use the same spindle so weight shouldn't be an issue enen though it has a loader. Does anyone know a solution to this? Thanks for any help.
|AJ||Can't help on this one,must be something happening thats allowing the axle to slap to snap the spindle,could be anything from tire pressure to use of the loader,best place for tractor info is mytractorfourm.com lots of helpful guys on there covering every make.
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