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wd transmission shaft removal: help needed

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thebigyellowtruck

05-03-2014 20:07:40
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I pulled the motor on my wd to replace the clutch. The previous owner replaced the clutch with a remanufactured one I believe they used too big of a spline on the clutch. Now the trans shaft splines and clutch splines are worn terribly. How big of a job is it to remove that trans shaft. Any pointers on how to go about it?




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Aaron SEIA

05-06-2014 15:58:06
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 Re: wd transmission shaft removal: help needed in reply to thebigyellowtruck, 05-03-2014 20:07:40  
I think Brian might be right. I've pulled a couple WC's apart and one WD, but I honestly can't remember how it comes out. Have you looked at a parts book? You can go to www.agcopartsbooks.com and check it out. Log on as a guest then search for WD.

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thebigyellowtruck

05-06-2014 20:29:57
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 Re: wd transmission shaft removal: help needed in reply to Aaron SEIA, 05-06-2014 15:58:06  
I have a printed copy of the parts book. I'm going to try pulling the shaft this weekend. Long days at work and drywall work in my house are keeping me from working on getting the tractor fixed and getting the garden in. I appreciate the help and suggestions from everyone. Thanks.



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Tramway guy

05-05-2014 16:35:59
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 Re: wd transmission shaft removal: help needed in reply to thebigyellowtruck, 05-03-2014 20:07:40  
The belt pulley drive gear?



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thebigyellowtruck

05-05-2014 16:38:49
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 Re: wd transmission shaft removal: help needed in reply to Tramway guy, 05-05-2014 16:35:59  
Its the shaft that the clutch rides on. I think it might be called a clutch shaft in the manual.



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Aaron SEIA

05-04-2014 14:50:02
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 Re: wd transmission shaft removal: help needed in reply to thebigyellowtruck, 05-03-2014 20:07:40  
AC service manual simply states remove shaft and pinion. I think it just slides out. Don't recall anything holding it in.

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thebigyellowtruck

05-04-2014 07:01:13
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 Re: wd transmission shaft removal: help needed in reply to thebigyellowtruck, 05-03-2014 20:07:40  
Click the link to see the shaft I'm talking about.



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Brian G. NY

05-05-2014 07:20:08
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 Re: wd transmission shaft removal: help needed in reply to thebigyellowtruck, 05-04-2014 07:01:13  

I can't answer your question since I haven't been into the tranny of a WD since I ws in H.S. in '58 or '59 and I can't remember back that far.
I will say that this is not a typical input shaft.
Instead, it is a long shaft running from the engine clutch back to the transmission (hand) clutch.
The shaft is retained by the two bolts holding the bearing retainer which also holds the clutch release (throwout) bearing. At the least, it would seem that the hydraulic pump would have to be removed as it's cam followers are driven off the cams on this shaft. Pulling the cover off the hand clutch will give you a better look at that end of the shaft. This cutaway view gives you a rough idea of how the shaft fits in with the other pieces.

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