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!@#%$ M sleeves

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12-05-2001 17:08:43

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started the rebuild on my M and cant get the sleeves out .Any suggestions before I get the cutting torch?

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12-05-2001 17:30:35

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 Re: !@#%$ M sleeves in reply to Randall, 12-05-2001 17:08:43  

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12-06-2001 04:45:59

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 Re: Re: !@#%$ M sleeves in reply to JERRY, 12-05-2001 17:30:35  
jerry, could you be more specific on the welding procedure please, thanks

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12-06-2001 06:21:16

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 Re: Re: Re: !@#%$ M sleeves in reply to another doug, 12-06-2001 04:45:59  
you can find out how to get sleeves out by searching this website for "sleeves". Lots of good info and even some pictures if I remember right. good luck.

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12-06-2001 11:19:29

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: !@#%$ M sleeves in reply to Lloyd, 12-06-2001 06:21:16  
The welding process is you run a bead around the inside of the sleeve. a somewhat heavy weld seems to work best do that in several places as the weld cools it will make the sleeve contract somewhat but be careful you dont burn through the sleeve and weld it to the block i personaly have never removed sleeves in this way but i know it has been done before.but i have removed many bearing races in this way good luck Badgerwy

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12-06-2001 19:03:53

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: !@#%$ M sleeves in reply to Badgerwy, 12-06-2001 11:19:29  
Thanks! do you mean outer bearing races , like from a hub? as they would contract as you'd want them to, not say an inner race on a shaft, that would make it tighter,I've always used the torch for the serious jobs, but recently on the combine ... that inner race wiggled right off the shaft,man i hate using fire on combines, sure made my day

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