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Posted 28 June 2012 - 02:37 PM
There are two pivot points on the tongue, top and bottom, the bushing is riding up out of the bottom joint, and is a loss.
I'm thinking that I just need to pull the drive shaft apart and to the rear of the machine so it is out of the way, then can I just push that new bushing in, or do I need to lift the tongue completely off?
The "inspection" bill was already pretty steep...so I balked at the estimate for them to do the work. We are finally about ready for our first (and typically only) cutting, here at 4800 ft in Montana. Hope I don't end up sorry I didn't just let them take care of it!
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