i have a case 310-c and was on a side hill and hit a stump , i bent the threaded rod that was used to adjust the track , my question is whats the best way to fix this and it looks like its been welded on and a poor job of fixin it the right way , (i"ll attach pictures )the threaded rod was turned down on the end to fit inside a nut that was weled on the end cap that covers the spring(i want to replace the nut on that end cap or make a new one ?) , is that cap supposed to turn and if so can i remove it ? or do i need to remove the whole track assembly , darn im lost to the best way to fix this thing , and also the long rod that go"s thru the cover and spring , what does that hold and can it be turned to remove the cap that the adjusting bolt was in ?
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