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Re: Have a Laugh on Me

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Old Gomer

03-11-2013 20:36:20

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PS: This has nothing to do with your transmission. Don't open it up. Just pull the axle housings away from the main case and go to work.

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Bob Landers

03-12-2013 13:19:33

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 Re: Have a Laugh on Me in reply to Old Gomer, 03-11-2013 20:36:20  
Thanks everybody--don't know what I'd do without this forum. I had no idea you could install the diferential 180 out!
Now, here's my understanding of what I'll have to do:
1. Remove the axles and all that goes with that.
2. Remove the PTO/pully assembly.
3. Remove the differential bearing carriers.
4. Rotate the differential 180 degrees.
5. Put back together. (I don't have to take the transmission off the tractor?)
6. Go have a beer. Do I have it right?
Thanks again for your help.

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Dick L

03-12-2013 15:12:16

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 Re: Have a Laugh on Me in reply to Bob Landers, 03-12-2013 13:19:33  
Yup, It would be best if you remembered or marked down the number of shims on each side. I never had one of these apart that had the same both sides. Should be a paper shim/gasket a metal shim and then a paper shim until you have the correct thickness.

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