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    H120 missing ring on quick lock pin

    This is the pin that secures the bucket to the bottom of the loader frame, AW30903. Just the ring has vanished, probably during some brush knock down. Can buy new pin assembly, but has anyone just replaced the ring? Should be a lot simpler/faster than reattaching a new one's wire to the bucket, but don't know where to acquire proper size ring.

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    That retainer is basically just a standard lynch pin. You can get a new one at Tractor Supply, Home Depot and even some hardware stores. I've never tried removing the ring from a lynch pin but I assume it is just a matter of pulling it out of the hole (especially since yours obviously fell off).
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    I am not surprised that the ring might have been knocked off by some brush . I just had to replace one of the bucket cylinders hydraulic lines because somehow a limb got between the arms and bent the fitting where it attached to the cylinder .
    I would just replace the retainer ass'y . Just my .02 .
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    just get a new one. don't bother trying to put a new ring on, it simply is impossible, unless you have superhuman powers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post
    just get a new one. don't bother trying to put a new ring on, it simply is impossible, unless you have superhuman powers.
    I must be superhuman, as I've taken apart lynch pins many times before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TickTock View Post
    I must be superhuman, as I've taken apart lynch pins many times before.
    I just smashed my fingers....
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post
    I just smashed my fingers....
    Hey, when you got it, you got it.

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    Went to TSC to look at lynch pins as well as some other stuff. Got too involved with the "other stuff" and forgot to look at the lynch pins. At least I know what they're called now.

    When I had looked at the bucket frame to see how the retainer wire was attached, I didn't realize it was a simple cotter pin - thought it was more exotic. So just added the quick lock pin to my 50 hr maint stuff order.

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    My TSC has lynch pins with a short chain and cotter pin already attached, I use these on mine.
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