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Re: splitting stands

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10-26-2012 14:16:56

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Chuck: Look at the holes on the sides of transmission and work down from there. I built a u shaped framework and put castors on the bottom of the "U" This will let you roll the trans/diff back from the motor frt end assembly. Now the front end I built two small "A" frames and welded a tube steel between and bolted in to the holes on the underneath of the nose . Now you must find a way the support the rear end of the engine. I used a steel frame work with brackets to bolt up thru the pan connecting holes. That was a mistake as you must put new gaskets at the rear of the pan after having it split. Mine leakeked badly and I had to remove pan and put new gaskets on.Sorry for the long post but I could not find any pics of splitting stand that would work with the 400,so, fabed my own.tom

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Chuck Machinist

10-27-2012 11:15:23

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 Re: splitting stands in reply to tomturkey, 10-26-2012 14:16:56  
I appreciate your concept Tom. All of the ideas that I see here are awsome!

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D G Wells

10-27-2012 13:03:28

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 Re: splitting stands in reply to Chuck Machinist, 10-27-2012 11:15:23  
Chuck, Look up "Case LA tractor split" in this forum and you will see a simple rig that I did to split a Case LA. A piece of angle iron with casters welded to the bottom and nuts welded to the top. Plates with tubes on them bolted with the pan bolts to the block. All-threads with nuts and washers inside the tubes screwed into the nuts on the iron brings it all together. Then I connected it to the front axle with angle iron and a clamp to make it travel together. A jack under the tranny and split pins on the sides and it was ready to split; worked good.---Derrol in Texas---

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Chuck Machinist

10-27-2012 13:43:10

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 Re: splitting stands in reply to D G Wells, 10-27-2012 13:03:28  
Derrol,Thanks! Ur right.If in doubt, Hit the archives! chuck

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