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 03-22-2004, 15:11 Post: 80761
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well guys i just left my dealer finishing up the paper work
on my new toy! we went over all the implements on how the operate install and remove, wow i am impressed with the ease
of removal of the fel and mid mount mower deck. friday morning is when it is delivered. then let the games begin. again thanks to all your advice i think i put the best package together within my budget. roboha






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 03-22-2004, 15:23 Post: 80762
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Congrats on your purchase! Hope you have hours and hours of fun (work).






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 03-22-2004, 17:06 Post: 80770
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You're just in time for Spring! Congratulations on the new tractor and enjoy!






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 03-26-2004, 12:42 Post: 81219
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well guys the new toy arrived 9:00 am estSmile i was pleases to see the befco 48" box scraper lined up perfectly with the i match quick hitch. however i do have a question i noticed the rear pto with the box attached while in transport mode would wobble from side to side is this normal
i have not even started the owners manual yet? let me know thanks in advance . roboha






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 03-26-2004, 15:03 Post: 81238
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Congratulations on your new toy, er, tractor!

There is side to side sway designed into 3 point setups, and the pto shaft has to flex accordingly. Apparently your delivery guys didn't strap the scraper down tight but that's probably not a problem. I hope your pto wasn't hooked to your box scraper though Smile






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 03-26-2004, 19:30 Post: 81252
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Probably the sway is normal, but my 4110 came last fall with the sway bar linkage put together wrong. It took me a long time as a newbie to figure this out, but once I did, everything involving the 3pt became much easier.

The dealer told me the 4110 is small enough that it comes fully assembled from the factory, so the problem may exist with more than just mine.

You can tell by looking at where the sway bar linkage ties to the shaft it's on near the back wheels. There's a 1" spacer there, and the spacer should be towards the drawbar, not closer to the wheel. My picture #7 shows the correct orientation, after I fixed it. As drankin told me, it's a simple no-tools fix.






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 03-27-2004, 10:07 Post: 81293
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Wiggles: I have had the link take a nick out of the planetary axle housing with the spacer in that position.

It occurred with a over-sized implement..... but it is something to watch for anytime you hook up something new and run it through its paces.






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 03-27-2004, 14:30 Post: 81314
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Thanks for the reminder -- I'll need to take a look soon, as I'm tempted to put the rear blade on and try to work even though it's a bit muddy still.

Nonetheless, it's now been confirmed that this is the right orientation, and honestly, the sway bar turnbuckle is totally useless in the other position.






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