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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-23-2009, 07:32 PM Thread Starter
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Get 18x1.50x60mm bolt for pulling rotor from CASE IH farm equiptment dealer

The 18x1.5x60mm bolt needed to pull the rotor for a stator change, is a regular stocked item at Case IH farm equiptment dealers, and maybe some others too. It is about $10 US up here, about the same as online, before shipping and handling charges. Just a heads up for anyone in or near farm country, who needs one.

This is the second post with this info. I mistakenly put it in carbs and fuel first, and can`t find a way to delete it.

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Great find, OlHoss - those are hard to come by in the States in hardware stores and such, but I'm not sure anyone's thought about farm equipment!

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Great find, OlHoss - those are hard to come by in the States in hardware stores and such, but I'm not sure anyone's thought about farm equipment!
Like so many other things, most tractors are now manufactured overseas. Another reason they are switching to metric fittings.

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Well .... My location pays off for something at least. I never would have thought about the implement stealers. Seeing as there's one just down the road from me I'll be taking a jog down there shortly. Good find Hoss!!

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Just bumping this back to the top for anyone (replacing a stator over the winter) who needs it.

EDIT: Ignore the bit in parenthesis. Thanks for the correction seebeeare. I do know the rotor doesn`t have to come off to replace the stator, so all I can do is blame Alzheimers, Halfheimers or Oldtimers. Duh

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I recently needed to pull the rotor off an 82 Honda Nighthawk 650. Honda did not have it, due to its age, and those that they had for other bikes were very expensive. I went everywhere trying to find the right sized bolt, including Tractor Supply Co. Finally I was told by a bike mechanic to use the front axle, as it is the right size and has the right thread.
I bought an axle for a couple of dollars, rather than tear apart my front end, and now keep it in my tool box. It did fit.
I don't know if this is commonly done by other bike manufacturers, but you might compare the two.


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Just bumping this back to the top for anyone replacing a stator over the winter.
replacing a stator? y would one pull the rotor??



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