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Old 09-14-2012, 05:28 PM
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What is this part?

I have found these 2 parts.One in the yard where I had been working with the truck and one in the driveway.I've had no problems with the truck after finding the parts.There is also a possibility that the parts came off the tractor because it has been in both locations also.Any suggestions on what this might be.
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Old 09-14-2012, 07:23 PM
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Those look like chingadares's from the pic's.....
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Those look like chingadares's from the pic's.....
Maybe but I don't think so.

chingadera
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[edit] English[edit] EtymologyMexican Spanish Noun cognate of the Spanish verb "chingar", which originally meant "to split lengthwise". In current usage, chingadera refers to anything for which the speaker has momentarily forgotten the word, especially things of little value or broken. Chingar may still refer poetically to splitting things lengthwise, though most Spanish speakers are now unaware of this archaic sense. Thus: "una chingadera de leñas" means either a small pile of firewood, or some quanitity of split firewood, such as a cord.

[edit] Nounchingadera (plural chingaderas)

1.(US, vulgar, Spanglish) something bad or a misdoing
2.(US, vulgar, Spanglish) despised or whorish woman. Common street example: 'Donde esta la chingadera?' ("Where is your whorish girlfriend?")
1.(US, vulgar, Spanglish) used as a replacement for an item or object if its name is not known or forgotten
Hey, get me that pinche chingadera from the counter.

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[edit] Spanish[edit] Nounchingadera f. (plural chingaderas)

1.(Mexico, vulgar) missing translation (an immoral or illegal act, often with the idea of treason or deceit).
2.(Mexico, vulgar) ****, crap (a thing of little value or quality, or an unspecified object).
3.(Mexico, vulgar) bull**** (nonsense, stupidity, false statements).
¡Son chingaderas! — “Bull****!”
decir chingaderas — “to bull****”
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Old 09-15-2012, 04:23 AM
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thingamajig or to be exact two thingamajigs's




looks more like a tractor thing if the tractor was newer?
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I think you mean thingamajiggers which is plural for thingamajig.
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That's your muffler bearings!!
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That's your muffler bearings!!
Nope, muffler bearing intact.That was the first thing I checked.
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Old 09-15-2012, 07:03 AM
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There is a taper on the ends of both pieces if that helps.
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Could be something to do with the clutch on the tractor
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Old 09-15-2012, 01:25 PM
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Defently wiper bearing, or parts of the futerlator valve.
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