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Well what is holding the two outside hubs in line if there is no center shaft, or can i not see it.

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You have a key sheared

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Well what is holding the two outside hubs in line if there is no center shaft, or can i not see it.
There is a center shaft thatís keyed to hold everything in line and drive the cylinder. Itís not in my pictures because itís in my combine driving the new cylinder. Itís not visible in the OPs pictures, but itís there.
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There is a center shaft thatís keyed to hold everything in line and drive the cylinder. Itís not in my pictures because itís in my combine driving the new cylinder. Itís not visible in the OPs pictures, but itís there.
Hillbilly I noticed your used cylinder has 2 bolts per rub bar are those spiders compatible with OP new rub bars?
I see only one bolt on coldcanuk new bars.
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Hillbilly I noticed your used cylinder has 2 bolts per rub bar are those spiders compatible with OP new rub bars?
I see only one bolt on coldcanuk new bars.
Yes there compatible deere changed that about 16 years ago maybe more. The new one bolts bars use metric hardware and are quicker to replace because you don't have to thread the inside bolt into the bar.
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That is incorrect coldcanuk! Those bars ought to be straight across. The way it is now you will bend the rasp bars.
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Thanks for the pictures and PM. Still checking out options.
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If you have to change the cylinder go to a sunny brook. You won't regret it.
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I ran into a situation like that on the feeder chain of a 7721. Everything looked fine with the restricted view of the feederhouse, but when we finally broke the chain (after a couple lower shafts that drive it) we discovered that the gears were not in alignment. It was caused when the PO installed 1 or 2 of the gears backwards on the shaft. I suspect if there are no stripped keyways, that someone may have installed one or more of your spiders backwards and changed the orientation to the shaft.
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