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    1025R Left Front Wheel Rubber Boot falling off?

    Hi everyone;

    I am new to working on tractors, so not sure if this is how things should be - I noticed this little rubber, what appears to be a boot, held on by only a small piece of it. I am worried it should be covering up a joint or something, not just hanging there. Anyone know what this is?


    Thanks!!
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    In your first picture with the red circle, it looks like the boot is split on the left side. I believe it's supposed to be under/ around the hydraulic cylinder tie rod end right there.
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    Cart key PART NO. PART NAME QTY SERIAL NO. REMARKS
    1 LVA20256 Hydraulic Cylinder 1
    2 LVA15990 Boot Kit 1
    3 LVU30205 Washer 2
    4 T213896 Nut 2
    5 MIA11159 Axle 1 - 100101
    LVA20255 Axle 1 100102 - ALSO ORDER LVA20256, LVU30205, T213896
    6 LVU23280 Wheel Bolt 10
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    Good one 56FordGuy.
    From what I can tell it's not supposed to be there.
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    ebj14,

    That is your tie rod end boot.... just like the ones on a automobile.

    Yes you need to replace it P/N LVA15990

    if you do not replace it water and dirt will destroy the joint and it will get sloppy and eventually fail altogether.


    mine has started doing the same thing 200 Hrs.... I am keeping it well greased right now, but will be replacing it soon.
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    It is definitely the steering cylinder tie rod grease boot. For that boot to get to where it is now, it must be torn somewhere, because the only way that boot can come out is to take the cylinder tie rod attaching nut off and remove the cylinder end from the steering knuckle.
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    Normally it looks like this...

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    yours probably has a split in it and fell out...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray_PA View Post
    It is definitely the steering cylinder tie rod grease boot. For that boot to get to where it is now, it must be torn somewhere, because the only way that boot can come out is to take the cylinder tie rod attaching nut off and remove the cylinder end from the steering knuckle.
    Great - thanks for all the replies!

    So....is this normal to happen to a new tractor (this happened around 37 hours - I am at 51 hours now)? I am pretty sure the only stuff I've run over is brush - nothing hard and heavy, though I do have lots of blackberries in the heavy brush and they have good sized thorns. For all I know it could have been delivered that way and I just didn't notice it before.

    Would this be covered under warranty? Also, when I replace it, do I need to grease the inside of it, or is there a grease nipple I can attach the grease gun to to 'fill' it?

    Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ejb14 View Post
    Great - thanks for all the replies!

    So....is this normal to happen to a new tractor (this happened around 37 hours - I am at 51 hours now)? I am pretty sure the only stuff I've run over is brush - nothing hard and heavy, though I do have lots of blackberries in the heavy brush and they have good sized thorns. For all I know it could have been delivered that way and I just didn't notice it before.

    Would this be covered under warranty? Also, when I replace it, do I need to grease the inside of it, or is there a grease nipple I can attach the grease gun to to 'fill' it?

    Thanks!
    -Ed
    Should be warranty.

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    37 hrs must be the magic number, same problem on my 1025r, only used to cut grass.

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