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Bent Frame Rails?

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#1 larrylind



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Posted September 05 2016 - 11:12 AM

Hi, I'm new to the forum and have a question about my 1939 H that is partially supported (clamped) to the frame rails. I have a loader on my H and probably have lifted too much weight (logs) with it. I'm having an alignment problem with the radiator hose at the top of the block and the top of the radiator. They don't line up and I'm having trouble keeping the hose connected because of the misalignment. The intake port of the radiator is an 1 1/2" to far to the right  (Passenger side) of the tractor. The fan is also starting to hit the bottom radiator hose on the lower left (drivers side) of the radiator. Even though I don't see any obvious bends in the frame rails, it seems that the front end of the tractor is twisted a bit clockwise as viewed from the tractor seat. I'm guessing that my heavy use of the loader has caused the frame rails to twist thus causing the radiator/block hose port misalignment. Any body ever run into this situation before? I'm assuming that replacing the frame rails would solve this problem.  Any thoughts?

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