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MF135 drag link
|Bob||I need to replace the rh drag link on my MY135. I have removed the nuts holding the link ends to the tractor but cannot get them off. Are they pressed in? How can I remove them?
Slacken the retaining nut a couple of turns, don't completely remove it.
Turn the steering to a position where by you can place a large lever or crowbar between the drag link, and the steering arm. Have an assistant put some weight on the bar, in such a way, as to "pry" them apart.
While your friend does this, Place the end of a dolly or steel drift onto the area of the steering arm, where the "tapered" tie-rod end sits into the steering arm. You may need to have a second operson hold a large hammer against the steering arm, opposite to the side you are about to hit. Now apply a couple of blows to the drift with a heavy hammer. The action of the blows tends to "jar" the tapered section in the steering arm, and so releasing the taper of the tie-rod end.
|carl||MF 135 3 cyl perkins gas looking for the heat shield that goes over exhaust manifold?
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