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#31 KennyP ONLINE  

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Posted December 02, 2014 - 06:06 PM

New Holland # is LB740238


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Posted December 02, 2014 - 10:27 PM

New Holland # is LB740238

Here's a place that has one of those (part #LB740238): http://www.tractorho...artnum=LB740238

 

It says that it's a Case part (fits a Case machine too, maybe?).


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Posted December 06, 2014 - 05:16 PM

Here's a place that has one of those (part #LB740238): http://www.tractorho...artnum=LB740238

 

It says that it's a Case part (fits a Case machine too, maybe?).

 

 

Thanks guys! I'll have to get one soon 


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Posted December 06, 2014 - 05:41 PM

Had a nice little bonding experience with the tractor today  :D

 

The steering is a bit loose and I saw in the manual that the steering gear is adjustable. Just loosen two screws, scoot the steering gear towards the sector gear until they mesh better. Simple enough, eh?

 

The only problem was the lack of space to work, so I decided to just remove the battery real quick. I remove the wing nuts and go to remove the positive wire when the 23 year old copper lead decides to break in half on me.

 

Anyway, went down to Tractor Supply and picked up a complete new wire with leads for ~$9.00 which was less than I thought I'd spend. Got home, changed out the wire, cleaned out 23 years of gunk behind the control panel, and finished tightening up the steering gear. The cable's longer than I needed, but that's alright.

 

Overall, I learned a few lessons and have an improved tractor to boot.  :thumbs:

 

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