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    Nice buy Jeremy ... Gabby
    Currently in my garages/sheds: 1967 JD112 RF ... 1972 JD 112 SF ... 1973 140 H3 ... 1977 JD 300 ... 1979 JD 216
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    "Tmac, According to parts catalog for 317, that pin, M46200, for clevis to hydro arm should be .370 dia"
    Thanks for confirming that...I know the pin is the right size because it fits the yoke arms snugly. The problem lies in that it is loose as it passes through the swash plate...probably 1/16" slop around the pin when it is in swash plate hole. That's why I suspect the PO maybe replaced the swash plate with one from another machine? But that's just a guess. The swash plate hole isn't wallowed out or out of round, just too big for the pin. The mystery continues...

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    Tmac, remove pin and get yoke/clevis out of the way. CAREFULLY (drill may want to grab!) run a 1/2" drill through swash plate arm. Get a 3/8"x1/2" bushing from box store, cut to length and install...loctite if nec. Bob
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    Any recommended type of bushing? Delrin, PVC, brass, etc.? Don't have a drill press anymore, but I'll see what I can do freehand in the garage with a workbench vise and my electric drill. I've ordered a used swash plate off of a 317 from the auction site...curious to see if the pin hole on that swash plate is the correct size...didn't appear to be wallowed out in the auction pix. But we'll see. Hope the severely-limited, understaffed, chronically dirty big box store in our town has at least some stock of bushings to choose from...fingers crossed.

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    As thin a wall as the bushing is going to be, I would go with brass or (better) steel. Was there possibly a steel sleeve in the original hole? That seems likely if there wasn't any wear/egging in the old hole. You may be better off trying to source a sleeve that is the correct o.d./i.d. rather than drilling out a hole. It's hard (even with substantial equipment) to drill a nice round hole with a conventional two flute drill.
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    I got a PM from the buyer of my 332 today to share what he has done with the tractor since purchase. He spoke of photos and I requested he post them here because they cannot be shared in PM. I miss that tractor and want to see what it is up to.
    Currently in my garages/sheds: 1967 JD112 RF ... 1972 JD 112 SF ... 1973 140 H3 ... 1977 JD 300 ... 1979 JD 216
    1979 JD 314 ... 1979 JD 317K ... 1986 JD 318 ... 2004 JD X485 ... 2011 JD TX Gator ... 2012 JD X720 ... 19XX Zennoh 7001B
    2003 HD Heritage Softail

    Deerely Departed : 1965 JD 110 ... 1967 JD 110 ... 1978 JD 316K ... 1987 JD 175 ... 1987 JD 185 ... 1987 JD 332 w/ 44 loader
    1990 JD 318 ... 2007 JD X300 ... 2015 Z930M ZTR ... 19XX MF 7 ... 1970 Harley FLH ... 1979 Harley Superglide

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    Not in the shop, but I got to put the homemade trailer to use this morning.
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    Tractor/Camper hauler needed upper ball joints and since I don’t have access to a press, I opted to spend $20 more per side and ordered a pair of complete Moog upper control arms. 2-1/2 hours later the job was done along with a coat of paint on the wheels and busting the drivers side mirror jockeying the truck into the bay. Best part is after backing in and busting the mirror, I got out to realize I didn’t have enough room to do that side so I had to pull it out and just nose it in closer to the other side

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    The carnage. And yes it also busted off the pivot and broke the housing...
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    Ouch! I did that once and it was like $700 for the replacement mirror.
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    73 140 H3 48 deck
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    Yeah, rockauto has that mirror for $160, or I can get a pair off of amazon for $120.
    1966 60 (Soon to be 12 HP), 1985 111
    1967 112, 1966 110
    46 Mower Deck, Modified 31 Tiller, 36 Snowblower, 42 Blade
    21 Power Drive

    Custom Mini Wagon

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    Hinson No 1977&1978 Weather Shield

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