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McCormick Deering # 100 control arm rod

Postby Curtis » Mon Sep 16, 2013 3:33 pm

I just ordered tires today and while making some adjustments I realized I have a problem with the chain raising control rod on the left side. The control rod I have may have been replaced, hence I have two questions. Is the control rod supposed to be straight and what is the length of the control rod from outside end to outside end?
Thanks in advance.

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Re: McCormick Deering # 100 control arm rod

Postby Stanton » Tue Sep 17, 2013 6:48 am

Believe mine was straight when I got it home. Also, page 25 of the Manual shows it straight, except for the hooked ends (#1 below):

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It was my Yoke Raising Brace that was bent over (#8).

I'll try to get that length dimension when I get home tonight and send to you tomorrow, or someone else might beat me to it. Hope this helps.
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Re: McCormick Deering # 100 control arm rod

Postby Curtis » Tue Sep 17, 2013 7:15 am

Stanton,
The drawing in the manual is what got my attention to ask the question. I think someone made a new rod the wrong length and had to bend it to make it work, it does work, but it is not quite right. Thank you for the help.
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Re: McCormick Deering # 100 control arm rod

Postby Worksmart » Tue Sep 17, 2013 9:12 am

Curtis - I come up with 51" center to center on that rod.

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Re: McCormick Deering # 100 control arm rod

Postby Curtis » Tue Sep 17, 2013 10:37 am

Chuck,
:thanx: I am off to the local machine shop to buy a length of rod.
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Re: McCormick Deering # 100 control arm rod

Postby Stanton » Tue Sep 17, 2013 12:09 pm

Worksmart wrote:Curtis - I come up with 51" center to center on that rod.

Chuck

Curtis wrote:Chuck,
:thanx: I am off to the local machine shop to buy a length of rod.
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Curtis--if Chuck's 51" dimension works for you, then I won't check mine. Otherwise, if you need additional info or dimensions, let us know.
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Re: McCormick Deering # 100 control arm rod

Postby Curtis » Tue Sep 17, 2013 7:35 pm

:thanx: You guys are too helpful, maybe you will offer to come over when it is time to clean out the barn and fill the spreader.
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