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Dixon 428 drive cone replacement

Posted by flattopfred 35077 (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 23, 09 at 8:56

Anyone ever tackled the job of replacing the cones in a Dixon standard transaxle and the re-adjusting of the whole thing? How bad is it? Or is it bad at all?


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RE: Dixon 428 drive cone replacement

Well the really bad news is that with a 428 you have to take the body off and put it back on to try out OR make a test seat. (plus it is old)

Email me at address below, put in proper format, and I will send you some pages on adjustment etc. Thirty years experience.

Walt Conner
wconner at verizon dot net


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RE: Dixon 428 drive cone replacement

Must not have wanted help on Dixon after all.

Walt Conner


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RE: Dixon 428 drive cone replacement

No, would still love the information. I tried sending 4 different e-mails to your address but they kept coming back saying undeliverable. I did put your address in the correct format. Can you send me the address again so I can check it? I did not re-post because i did not think you would get the mssg. Any help will still be greatly appreciated! Thanks


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RE: Dixon 428 drive cone replacement

Sorry about that. I do not post my actual address because of the "Crawlers" that harvest email addresses automatically from such forums for Spam. OK, I see the problem, I left out the 5 again.

Walt Conner
wconner5 at verizon dot net


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RE: Dixon 428 drive cone replacement

Ihave a mod. 428 need info on replacing cones.
Thanks


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How to replace cones and adjusting on Dixon 428 ZTR


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RE: Dixon 428 drive cone replacement

IF you are trying to reach me, my address changed due to sale of service provider. Put in proper format and remind me what you want.

Walt Conner
wconner5 at frontier dot com


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