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Re: Broken Case 1370 PTO How to RR?

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08-31-2013 19:56:15

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Its not a bad job, once the housing is off like Tom mention you will need a very strong snap ring pliers to remove a couple snap rings holding a gear on. You will swear before they are removed. I have already used heat to soften the rings for removal and just ordered new ones for reassembly. Rod.

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Pete Speck

09-17-2013 08:04:04

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 Re: Broken Case 1370 PTO How to RR? in reply to 1370rod, 08-31-2013 19:56:15  
Rod - Thanks for your input. Have the PTO shaft. Where do/should one buy/order snap rings, gaskets oil seals. Do you recommend having them on hand. Did you replace them or did you need them? Have 2 sets of snap ring pliers wondering if they are large/strong enough? Anything else needed? Have overhead hoist to remove/lift PTO housing, wrenches to remove housing and buckets for hydr fluid. Might you have pics of shaft housing internals so I'll know what I'm looking for/at? Trying to be prepared as possible before beginning. Thanks -- Pete

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Case Nutty 1660

08-31-2013 21:54:12

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 Re: Broken Case 1370 PTO How to RR? in reply to 1370rod, 08-31-2013 19:56:15  
Rod I will take a pic of the snap ring pliers I have for the job of removing stubborn snap rings LOL

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Pete Speck

09-17-2013 07:22:42

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 Re: Broken Case 1370 PTO How to RR? in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-31-2013 21:54:12  
Hi Case, Thanks - could you send me a picture of your snap ring pliers and describe size? Have 2 sets but question if they are large/strong enough. Do I need new seals, gaskets and snap rings before proceeding? Farm is isolated, 60 miles from anywhere - want all parts in hand before beginning. Where to buy them? CASE or? Have only the PTO shaft now. Any other tools or parts required. Have wrenches to remove bolts, overhead hoist to lift/hold pto housing and buckets to store Hydr fluid. Anything else needed? I'm new at this game. Thanks - Pete

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09-01-2013 10:52:05

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 Re: Broken Case 1370 PTO How to RR? in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-31-2013 21:54:12  
I would like to see a picture of that set of snap ring pliers myself.

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