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Re: Mystery Bolts in bottom of JD 450 HLR

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roy suomi

05-08-2014 04:10:11

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There is no way those countersunk head bolts / rivits could have come from another place than front of transmission.. They would have to have come thru the suction filter in the bottom sump of the transmission.. I don't see that happening.. It's still a mystery...

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roy suomi

05-10-2014 16:13:05

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 Re: Mystery Bolts in bottom of JD 450 HLR in reply to roy suomi, 05-08-2014 04:10:11  
In my first contact with this person it was stated the bolts were inside the front cover.. That's quite a jump to get into the front cover from the floor of the HLR housing past the sump and filter sheetmetal cover.. What ever....

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PD Mechanical

05-12-2014 12:14:46

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 Re: Mystery Bolts in bottom of JD 450 HLR in reply to roy suomi, 05-10-2014 16:13:05  
No disrespect intended Roy. I apologize. I read the post as the parts being in the front compartment of the HLR, however it does appear that they may have been behind the front cover in which case I agree. I don't see how they could have gotten from the HLR housing into that front cover. I don't recall any passages. If they were in the HLR then I thought it was worth being aware of. Again I apologize. Steve.

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PD Mechanical

05-09-2014 05:47:19

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 Re: Mystery Bolts in bottom of JD 450 HLR in reply to roy suomi, 05-08-2014 04:10:11  
Sorry Roy but I disagree. The screen has nothing to do with return oil. Since the 450 series have the HLR, gear box and bevel gear compartments all connected and running the same oil it is very possible. There is a large hole between the bevel gear compartment and the transmission and another between the transmission and the HLR to allow oil to seek its own level when filling. This also provides a path for parts from one compartment to pass into the others. The screen is only for oil being picked up from the sump going to the pump. Furthermore there is nothing related to the HLR compartment that would look like that. Steve.

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