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Seeing how I sheared the gear off the right side hub on my Landlord plowing last Sunday


how do I get the leftover roll pins outta the hub? I wire-wheeled the outside of hub clean and found no sing of the holes coming through. Ideas Please. I know someones done it beforesm01

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dlcentral
get a small self tapping screw hook a vise grip to them,then tap,tap,tap,with hamerski,,, maybe they can be pulled out that way

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Roy
Marty, Nice to know that occasionally I'm right about some things. :) Unfortunately I don't remember what I had to do to remove the sheared roll pins in my B-1 but it couldn't have been much of a problem or I would remember. Some suggestions (even though the pins are spring steel): Easy-out, screw a bolt or sheet metal screw down the center to jack the stub out, slip a "puller" pin or screw in and weld it to stub, use a drill bit slightly larger than the pin ID to see if it will spin out, and ???. The parts book shows both 1/4" dia. and 5/16" dia. roll pins depending upon which PN hub you have. If your hub has 1/4" pins going to the 5/16" pins will gain some strength. On my B-1 I used "double" roll pins. e.g. I put a smaller roll pin inside the stock roll pins after I had assembled the gear to the hub. Good luck and let us know how you finally get the stubs out.

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Willy
I've had this happen on a couple of tractors, I just drilled new holes in the hub . Worked for me.

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MPH
Thanks Willy, never thought of that. Congradulations Roy, you were right on one outta two, though I'm still addmitting the 725 doesn't quite make sence.

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Tom45
As I recall on my B110, I drilled through the center of the roll pin with a small drill and then could drive them out from the back side. Tom45

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