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1 1 8N486B PIN Pin, Hydraulic Lift Yoke, 8N, Used On & ASN 237336, Years: 01/01/1948-12/31/1952

You can try a friend of mine if you can't find one through a dealer. He may have an original.
Charles Hardesty 219-759-1035 (evenings work best)
 

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petra79 said:
Key Qty Part Number Part Name Description
1 1 8N486B PIN Pin, Hydraulic Lift Yoke, 8N, Used On & ASN 237336, Years: 01/01/1948-12/31/1952

You can try a friend of mine if you can't find one through a dealer. He may have an original.
Charles Hardesty 219-759-1035 (evenings work best)
Thanks buddy but don't think that's it. This goes all the way across where I drew the line It is about 10" long and 5/8 or 11/16 in dia. Original ones had a rounded head on one end and were held in place by a lynch pin on the other. I have searched and cannot find a name or supplier. It doesn't show on any of my parts lists.
 
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Stephenscity said:
petra79 said:
Key Qty Part Number Part Name Description
1 1 8N486B PIN Pin, Hydraulic Lift Yoke, 8N, Used On & ASN 237336, Years: 01/01/1948-12/31/1952

You can try a friend of mine if you can't find one through a dealer. He may have an original.
Charles Hardesty 219-759-1035 (evenings work best)
Thanks buddy but don't think that's it. This goes all the way across where I drew the line It is about 10" long and 5/8 or 11/16 in dia. Original ones had a rounded head on one end and were held in place by a lynch pin on the other. I have searched and cannot find a name or supplier. It doesn't show on any of my parts lists.
My bad. It looked like you wanted the pin that holds the rocker to the rear housing. Never seen one with the long pin.

Try calling Charles and ask him. Best I can do for ya.
 

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i think pin came with optional stabilizer kit for 3pt hitch i had a to 20 that had one in it
 

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On the Fergies it is called a hinged pin due to it being "hinged" in the middle to allow it to be installed and removed without
hitting the lift arms, it was used primarily for drawbar staybars (not to be confused with stabilizer bars) and a few Ferguson implements also used it, hope this helps. ;)
 

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JJ. in B.C. said:
On the Fergies it is called a hinged pin due to it being "hinged" in the middle to allow it to be installed and removed without
hitting the lift arms, it was used primarily for drawbar staybars (not to be confused with stabilizer bars) and a few Ferguson implements also used it, hope this helps. ;)
 
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