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Re: G brakes

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08-27-2013 17:35:26

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most that "should" happen is it jambs where you have no brakes on that side, or it could get wedged in the shoe and drum and mess them up.
Jack it up, remove the clutch rod and ease the housing away, might get lucky and it fall right out.
If you pull it on off, be sure to replace the axle seals

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08-28-2013 17:00:26

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 Re: G brakes in reply to JoeM(GA), 08-27-2013 17:35:26  
I'm thinking it might need seals anyway for when I came to drain the transmission oil, I found it way low. Maybe this was done intentionally by the guy who sold it to me to keep the oil from running out the axle seals.

I have a long story about the corner of a garage that got damaged right after I topped off a Sherman-overdrive-equipped Ford 9N transmission!!!!

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08-27-2013 19:48:24

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 Re: G brakes in reply to JoeM(GA), 08-27-2013 17:35:26  
Are rear axle seals readily available in case it has to come clear off?

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08-28-2013 17:34:25

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 Re: G brakes in reply to leon, 08-27-2013 19:48:24  

NAPA#11800 for the seal

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09-16-2013 19:36:23

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 Re: G brakes in reply to JoeM(GA), 08-28-2013 17:34:25  
Joe, got to wondering, does the tractor you used 11800 seals in really have 1 1/8 rear axles? Might possibly be so and they changed production to 1 1/4 since they were breaking. My tractor is a 11597. I think that makes it a '49

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09-14-2013 09:31:32

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 Re: G brakes in reply to JoeM(GA), 08-28-2013 17:34:25  
Joe, I think the correct number is 12456. Seal No. 11800 is for a 1.188 D. shaft. The axle is 1.250 D., so it needs the 12456 seal.

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08-27-2013 18:07:35

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 Re: G brakes in reply to JoeM(GA), 08-27-2013 17:35:26  
I"d put an air nozzle to a port an maybe you could rattle it around enough to come out the bottom hole.

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08-27-2013 19:51:46

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 Re: G brakes in reply to Ted in NE-OH, 08-27-2013 18:07:35  
I already checked, the drain hole in the bottom of the housing isn't big enough to accommodate a 1/2" flat washer. If I could see the washer through that hole, I wouldn't feel too bad in just leaving it there for I'd feel pretty sure that it's likely to stay in that vicinity and not cause trouble.

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