Swept-Forward Axle with 1" spindles, steering shaft and tie-rods, bearings, hubs, wheels and 6 ply tires.
When I was attempting to put a front-end loader on my 416-H, I found it to be a bit unstable in the front. So I contacted the late Jay @roadapples . He advised me to build a front end like this. So I gathered all the parts but never put it on the 416-H. I sold the loader. Offered here today are all the parts that I accumulated to put a swept-forward on the tractor. This is standard steering, no gear-reduction.
So here is what I have:
The 520-H swept forward axle with heavy-duty 1" spindles.
Each end is equipped with new thrust bearings and thrust washers.
There is a little play in the housing.
The lower steering shaft is correct for a swept-forward system.
Here is the shaft and the tie-rods.
Each ball-joint has a new boot, zerk, proper washer/spacer, and castle nut.
To accommodate heavier tires, heavy-duty hubs and tapered bearings, with grease cap and rear grease seal.
Finish it off with new Loadstar 6 Ply Rated 165 x 65 - 8 tires, running at 70 PSI, Steering will be no problem.
Let me know if you have any questions. I haven't weighed this, but I know it's heavy and would require some stiff postage to deliver. For that reason, I would suggest pick-up. I could arrange to meet at a location within 50 miles of 21776.