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 11-29-2004, 10:39 Post: 101238
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I will try my best to explain this so you all can understand a new bee tractor owner. On my new (6months) old 4110 the two turn buckles that keeps the 3point hitch from moving to far right or left has moved so much that it rubs the tire. I read the book and called my dealer and final took the tractor out to them. They told me the thread was rolled over and the pin was gone. They had to order two new turn buckles and the part that that has a tube the holds the turn buckle. With that said here is my questions. On larger tractors they have a bar with holes in it not a turn buckle can this be set up like that? The way I see it the cotter pin will always be to small to keep the turn buckle from turning. The whole in the bolt for the pin is to small to allow a larger pin with a large head that would keep the buckle from turning.. So how will I keep it from slowly moving on me? The dealer has been great and it is under warranty. Has any one out there had this trouble and what is a good fix.






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 11-29-2004, 16:49 Post: 101261
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Thats premature wear and I can understand your concerns as you purchased a new tractor not to have problems. I'd wonder what the use was that caused it to begin with. Most hitches can be addapted to there larger brothers pin style stabilizers.






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 11-29-2004, 17:02 Post: 101263
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Thanks for your note. I use the 3 point hitch to attach to my quick relase so I could use other attachments but only for now use a fronter blade that I bought when I bought the tractor and dealer installed. I have bladed maybe 20 tons of rock on my road and maybe 10 cubic yards of dirt nothing real heavy and take it off to mow. So I will hunt for something better. Another question. Is this set up something that would need to be check many time during a job say moveing that rock. It seems a bit silly to have to worrie about it so often.

any more help out there would be great.

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+I do love my JD 4110.






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 11-29-2004, 19:17 Post: 101267
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Roger...I have put about 225 hours on a 4100 and a 4115 in the last 3 1/2 years.

I have never had the turnbuckles change settings or eat the retaining clips. I think something else is wrong here. Do you keep it loose enough for things to slam back and forth? I keep mine pretty tight.






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 11-29-2004, 19:23 Post: 101268
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Rogermo,

Is it possible to post some pictures maybe? some of the free hosting sites can help there with pictures. I think
maybe a picture will help in visualizing whats happening, because I know I cant imagine whats happening or what went wrong...

Ducati

As DRankin mentioned above, I keep my buckles tight and 3 pt attachments from swaying too...






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 11-29-2004, 20:26 Post: 101271
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Thanks guys for the posting,
And yes the last two time I used the tractor the hitch was moving some to the point the last time it would touch the wheel. I have the I match too. But why would the turn buckle move any if it had a pin. hope this picture shows up if not could some one tell me how to post using the links below. again thanks for you feed back all of you are great.

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 11-29-2004, 20:28 Post: 101272
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the pic did not sure I will try the link to url






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 11-30-2004, 11:59 Post: 101300
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when I get home I will look at my setup up again (and also post a picture). But if this helps the turnbuckles operate as a counter force...
the opposite side(turnbuckle) holds the postion, so when the turn buckles are locked down the counterforce prevents the turn buckle from unscrewing itself...you almost dont need the cotter pin to hold the position...it should be snug
and will change between different implements...then you need to retighten them again...

If the threads are stripped then I see replacing the buckles...

Anybody else, thoughts?

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 11-30-2004, 12:09 Post: 101301
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With the 3-point moving around, especially with grading work, there is a chance that the turnbuckle housing will deform. If you deform the housing, the alignment of the threads is off, and stipping can occur. If they are stripped and/or deformed, I would think replacing them is your best bet.

Keep the sway braces snug, not too tight, but you want to avoid sway in the three point. If you are using a box blade with the scarifiers, you really want to avoid sharp turns. This puts high stresses on all the 3-point components.






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 12-03-2004, 16:01 Post: 101517
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I had the same issue when they delivered my 4110 what I ended up doing was turning the buckle untill the two pieces separate and then twist off a few threads on the buckle end then reattach and you can get it to the sway point that the other posters are talking about. Good Luck.






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