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In Reply to: 1" solid rocker pin removal posted by Douglas Hiatt on Saturday, June 28, 2014:
Push come to shove, and you really need to adjust the yoke, you could cut where marked on my photo which would allow the top link to fold further aft allowing you to turn the yoke. I have found that most yokes are frozen on the threads also.
PB blaster and lots of time may loosen the pin, I did not want to break the diffy housing so I quit while I was ahead.
the cutting off of the mower bracket is just an idea for you to think about.
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