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  1. #11
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    Nicely done Captain

  2. #12
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    The lock tite was the first idea, but the hub was too worn for it to work to hold the race. The sleeve is pressed in dry. Maybe a bit too tight since the bore was about .001" under after. Polished it out but the bearing is still pretty tight. Shouldn't matter though I doubt I'll need to change it again.

    It's for a co-op/ci cultivator

    I use DCMT 0702 inserts, 760 RPM on this piece, min .030 doc, .006 feed to get a good finish. Any slower, shallower or lower feed doesn't have the nice finish

  3. #13
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    agree on the nice finish on the pipe material

  4. #14
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    Does yours have oscillating axle with wheel on each end that carries the main.If it does those bearing in there can be a problem,they run out of grease with not makeing a revolution.I removed mine when it was new and added a grease zerk.The bearing are very low slope and can be over tightened real easy.Just a heads up,mine is a 279 feild cultivator.

  5. #15
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    Yes it has walking beams across. It is a 5 section Model 808, was 51' now stretched to 57'. I've never had the walking beams apart in this one but we had some trouble with older ones. I remember the Wilrich we had having the same problem. Like the coop except for bent shanks, have to spend a day every now and again straightening them.

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