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|joe hermanek||i replaced the front spindle bushings top &bottom now i can't get the spindle to go in someone told me to get a adjustable reamer & ream the bushings down will that work? if so is the inside of the bushing bronze ? i got them from agco they are a factory part they look a little different on the inside verses the outside the outside looks like steel if this is possible can i use a 1/2 drill to do this i don't want to take of the front axle thanks !
|Ian in Jersey||The correct tool is a non-adjustable reamer which your AGCO dealer will have. He might lend or hire it to you, or ream the spindles for you - both sides will take no more than 20 minutes. You don't need to take off the whole front axle, just the outer axles - two bolts each. If you were to use a drill you will damage the bores of the bushes, the grease will pour out and your spindles will be loose, defeating the work of fitting new bushes.
|Ian in Jersey||Sorry, just been reading about a 35X and thought this was your tractor - you don't say what tractor you have?
My comments may not apply - spindles are certainly more than the half inch you quote.