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Re: Update on jd350c knock

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08-09-2014 14:13:20

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You CAN pull the guts out the front. Be a tough job trying to fix a reverser that way - but as I recall you CAN get the stuff out the front. Worst part is getting the reverser-control valve assembly off the side of the reverser case while the reverser is still bolted in. I've done it - so I know it can be done. Some studs have to be removed. Once that control valve is out - and two little oil-delivery tubes out, much will be free. Then you remove the front cover, and then yank all the guts out. One reason why it usually NOT done this way is bearing-shim adjustments. If the end-play on the shafts if wrong - the bearing quill where you remove shims to tighten is in the back of the reverser. If the end-play is OK now -then I guess it is possible to fix without taking the reverser case out.

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08-19-2014 12:27:50

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 Re: Update on jd350c knock in reply to jdemaris, 08-09-2014 14:13:20  
Thanks for the reply. I was in upper Michigan last week and didn"t get back with you. I see it would be real tough to get at the control valve to remove so I am just going to pull the reverser out.I want to be sure the end play is alright before reinstall. Too big of a job to put back together without checking everything. Thanks, Ken

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