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  1. RobDunbar1966

    Loose Steering on Narrow Frame Cubs

    Question, I have read through this thread, and I just want to make sure I am adjusting the correct nut on my steering box. My tractor is a 1968 105 My steering wheel turns a good 1/8th of a turn before I feel anything in the tie rod. Which nut should I be adjusting A, B, or C? THANK YOU in advance.
  2. RobDunbar1966

    105 Replacing drive shaft and related parts

    Can it be removed without splitting the tractor again?
  3. RobDunbar1966

    105 Replacing drive shaft and related parts

    OK, found the problem. The tail end of the drive shaft has a 1/2" nose on it that sticks through the flex disc and needs to slide into the transmission coupler T. I got it all buttoned back up and thought I would give the bolts on the engine coupler another check and tighten them a little...
  4. RobDunbar1966

    105 Replacing drive shaft and related parts

    OK, question: Are the holes in the frame that the motor bolts to elongated, so the motor can move forward or backward slightly?
  5. RobDunbar1966

    105 Replacing drive shaft and related parts

    Before I installed the new one I compared them on the bench, oddly they were the same thickness, the old one was just tattered. I'm stuck so I'll just have to slide it back out and take a look.
  6. RobDunbar1966

    105 Replacing drive shaft and related parts

    I was afraid someone was going to tell me something that would require sliding it back out. LOL I'll take a closer look, thank you!
  7. RobDunbar1966

    105 Replacing drive shaft and related parts

    OK, one more question. I split the tractor and installed a new coupler on the back of the motor, a new drive shaft and pin, and a new flex disc at the rear. I rolled the rear wheels forward and feed the drive shaft through so it fit into the new coupler. My problem now is the holes in the frame...
  8. RobDunbar1966

    New member here:

    Thank you. I would hate to put this back together only to find I need to split it again. :bash:
  9. RobDunbar1966

    New member here:

    Question for this thread. I split my 105 to replace the drive shaft, coupler, and flex disc. While I had it split, I thought I would lube the unloading hydro-release valves. One of them releases and pops back up almost immediately after pushing it in, the other stays down. Is this normal? Will...
  10. RobDunbar1966

    105 Replacing drive shaft and related parts

    Ya, turns out I like beer and recycling aluminum. LOL
  11. RobDunbar1966

    105 Replacing drive shaft and related parts

    I thought it was supposed to stay together. Is it easier to remove the front end of the rod?
  12. RobDunbar1966

    105 Replacing drive shaft and related parts

    OK, all-wise and powerful members of this here forum. I was told it always helps to pre-lubricate before you start turning the nuts. LOL Here is my problem, I removed the brake pin and cotter pin, but now I have the linkage for the speed control. See the picture. I thought removing the nut from...
  13. RobDunbar1966

    Fuel sediment bowl elimination

    Thank you all for your recommendations. After researching and considering this is my grandfather's tractor, I decided to be cheap and buy the float bowl gasket (just like he would have. LOL). I really want to keep it as original as possible, right down to the tear in the seat from his pocket...
  14. RobDunbar1966

    Fuel sediment bowl elimination

    I am looking to eliminate the sediment bowl from my 105 (k241). Any recommendations for kits or parts?
  15. RobDunbar1966

    1967 Cub 105 drive shaft roll pin

    OK, update. I was getting ready to install a new drive shaft and front coupler. I was moving the tractor in the garage; I noticed the end of the drive shaft going towards the back, wobbling where it enters the body opening (hole). Is this normal, or is there something out of alignment toward the...
  16. RobDunbar1966

    1967 Cub 105 drive shaft roll pin

    WOW, OK, mine isn't that bad. LOL
  17. RobDunbar1966

    Rust Remover Suggestions

    Good Morning, Does anyone have a recommended rust remover other than a sanding disc and wire wheel? LOL Looking for recommendations for a liquid dipping solution for smaller parts (Nuts, Bolts, Rods, Springs, Widgets).
  18. RobDunbar1966

    1967 Cub 105 drive shaft roll pin

    WOW, that's a lot of wear. Thanks!
  19. RobDunbar1966

    1967 Cub 105 drive shaft roll pin

    I understand the solid dowel pin, but why does my drive hub have that weird Snoopy-looking slot instead of a regular parallel slot?
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