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Late B110 question


Tom45

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I am rebuild a late B110(with the recessed ignition key and the starter solenoid). It has the tublar steering drag link but it has worn on the foot rest. The parts book shows a different arm on the spindle for the late drag link, but this seems to have the older straight one. What should the steering gear arm look like on this model?

Thanks,

Tom

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A couple pics of the HB-112 I picked up for I parted it out; it had the recessed ignition key and the starter solenoid:

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The older tractors had the stepped arm at the spindle and a straight arm at the steering gear.Early B-110:

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Later tractors had the straight arm on the spindle and the stepped arm on the steering gear.Late B-110:

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