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Old 02-25-2017, 12:15:35 AM
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Does any one know for certainty what the serial number of the last spoker D was. The parts book isn't much help as the part number stayed the same on the first solid flywheel as the spoke flywheel.
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36248 I believe.. 36249 is the first nickel.
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Luke is correct. Here are a couple pictures of 36249 which now resides in a collection in southeastern South Dakota. The current owner does post on the smokstak occasionally so I will let him fill in any details if he chooses.
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Have a couple of questions about the front axle on our Spoker. Lots of worn stuff as it appears the tractor spent its working life pulling a plow.

1. What are the correct dimensions for the radius rod pivot bushing (28H1504 R)?

2. What size grease cups are correct? Ours have been replaced with zerk fittings at some point. I'm assuming size 00 or 000 would be correct.

I still need to make a new kingpin for the right side and a plug to fix the egg shaped hole it threads into. Lots of little details before it gets shiny new paint.
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Does anyone have a good source for the felt washers for the front spindles? Concerned that ours seem to be impregnated with dirt.
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Make your own.......

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