Lynx/Zuidberg linkages not up to much?

AlfM

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Location
Norfolk
Wasn’t expecting this in a 3 year old 5 ton linkage that was carrying a 2 ton F188B7FE-4773-4AFC-BD4C-9C4C7AD6C39A.jpegF93A0960-9DC7-476C-B0FA-923D1ED87E94.jpegfront weight. They want £600 for a new one including the carriage. Anyone had similar?
 

AlfM

Member
Location
Norfolk
From the look of the bottom hole it's been subject to shock loads from the weight bouncing around.

You're better off using the solid pin hole unless you need it in float position.

Does it have suspension accumulators?

Can you not just buy a new arm?

@Guy
I can just buy the arm for the sum mentioned. Just seems a bit steep for one arm and not so sure it should of broken. Not so sure about the weight bouncing either but maybe.
 

Deutzdx3

Member
Have your local laser cutters draw one and cut you a new one then local engineering ship bend it and weld the hook end on. 200-300 all done I imagine.
 

Bomber101

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BASIS
Location
Trent, Dorset
Wasn’t expecting this in a 3 year old 5 ton linkage that was carrying a 2 ton View attachment 916837View attachment 916838front weight. They want £600 for a new one including the carriage. Anyone had similar?

Yes. CNH variation on T7 long wheelbases and Magnum. Same arm though on both. Keep bushes in stock a regular wear part and when they wear it can shock load arm. When under warranty we had them replaced too often - even had CNH service guy inspect. He suggested it was fair wear and tear until he was told the bushes were less than 14 days old. Unsurprisingly new bushes appeared very soon after. Weak design.
 

Ali_Maxxum

Member
Location
Chepstow, Wales
Weight or post knocker should be in the back, fixed holes. Topper or press or something would want to be in the front floating holes. At least that's how I have our stuff. Not had a problem and been running Lynx since 2004.
 

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