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Re: AC C rear wheel studs

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Noah in IA

01-05-2013 11:00:26

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old - thanks for the tip - i tried that but there still doesn't seem to be enough room...i'm thinking even if i ground off one side of the head of the stud down to the shank there still will not be enough room to slip it in...the bull gear pan is off in this case as i was originally only trying to change the fluid in the final drives...seems i've gotten myself into a jam! i just keep thinking i must be missing something as you'd never expect to have to disassemble the entire final drive to swap out a stud...

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01-05-2013 11:08:43

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 Re: AC C rear wheel studs in reply to Noah in IA, 01-05-2013 11:00:26  
I am sure there is a way to do it but you do have o hold your mouth just right stand on one leg and move the hub and bull gear just right to do it. Ya not much help but I bet if you try moving the hub a little at a time you will find that one sweet spot that will let it fall out

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Noah in IA

01-05-2013 16:57:15

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 Re: AC C rear wheel studs in reply to old, 01-05-2013 11:08:43  
Thanks to all for your suggestions! I think I'm just going to go ahead and tack-weld a nut to the backside and run a bolt through...if i ever get my hands on that engineer! (probably the same guy that designed the brake band pin nightmare on this same tractor - haha) the way if any of you guys remember my questions about the coolant contaminated motor oil in this same tractor - i followed your tips (replaced the wet sleeve o-rings) and now have the tractor running again with no coolant problem! thanks again for all your help over the past few months!


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01-05-2013 17:12:13

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 Re: AC C rear wheel studs in reply to Noah in IA, 01-05-2013 16:57:15  
Yep know about the o-ring sleeve problems and BTDT.

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