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 07-24-2001, 22:45 Post: 30342
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 TC35/40/45D No SS

Whooops, Anyone with a Boomer 35/40/45 without super steer, be careful of backing of any tall obstacles. I was clearing out some new growth brush and didn't realize that there was a tree stump about 3" in diameter hiding in the weeds. I didn't even know I damaged the tractor until later in the day when I was doing the 50 hr service on it. The 3" stump had caught on the steering linkage (oversized tie rod more or less) putting a nice bow in it. Its still useable, but makes a guy kick himself when the equipment is still brand new. With my old tractor I never had this kind of problem cause the linkage sat well about the front axle. But to make a long story short, be sure you don't have any hidden obstacles that could catch on this.






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 07-25-2001, 09:36 Post: 30351
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Thanks, I'm going to look at them again soon.






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 07-26-2001, 23:13 Post: 30429
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Thanks for the "operating experience, Mark S. I'm about to sign for a new NH or Case and did not even consider this potential... Bill






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 07-27-2001, 07:11 Post: 30434
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Funny, I did the same thing with my JD955 the 1st week I had it (as well as dent the oil pan.) I was able to straighten the steering link but ended up replacing the pan.
Somehow, I haven't had similar problems since and I can't say I'm any more cautious.
I think it happened because the tractor was new; you have to get that first dent somehow!






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 07-27-2001, 10:18 Post: 30442
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Aint that the truth, I'm kinda glad I got the first damaged part already. Now at least I know I'll probably get a few hundred more hours before I tear something up. Mark






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 07-30-2001, 23:54 Post: 30530
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MarkS,

Did a similiar thing with my TC40D w/SS. Did not bend a steering rod but ripped a hydraulic hose off. Dealer replaced it for free. Still not sure exactly how I did it but noticed pretty quickly as one wheel stopped steering...

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