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Old 09-14-2009, 11:49 AM
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has any one rebuilt the pivot joints on the poontoons of a tucker,were the poontoons attach to the axle
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Check with mbsieg. I'm pretty sure he was making such an attempt at one time.
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thats a good question I'd also like to know about that
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Yes what would you like to know? Piece of round pipe on the inner side? And welding of sheet metal and rails for the track guides. Is the part of the pontoon rusted through where your bearing flange bolts? More info is needed or pics of the problem area to be of any help. Yes I rebuilt 4 pontoons that were pretty bad.......... It is metal it can be fixed.......
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Yes what would you like to know? Piece of round pipe on the inner side? And welding of sheet metal and rails for the track guides. Is the part of the pontoon rusted through where your bearing flange bolts? More info is needed or pics of the problem area to be of any help. Yes I rebuilt 4 pontoons that were pretty bad.......... It is metal it can be fixed.......
the tube on your axle were your track poontoons pivot,what did you use to fix this ,I now the new ones use a teflon sleeve,and you can buy a kit to fix it your self but it's not cheap
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