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Early Farmall 706 Diesel (D-282 Engine) Tachometer Drive.

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11-02-2012 05:14:09

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Anyone have experience with removing the tachometer drive from the block of a early 706 diesel? Is it pressed into the block or screwed in? There are not visible clamps that hold it down like a normal distributor. I have stripped gears and need to look at the lower gear.

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pete 23

11-02-2012 11:06:29

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 Re: Early Farmall 706 Diesel (D-282 Engine) Tachometer Drive. in reply to Crgmor, 11-02-2012 05:14:09  
If you have no luck getting gear out with plug removed, the adaptor is just a light drive fit into block and a brass drift and hammer will punch it out. Or, could hook a slide hammer onto it.

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11-03-2012 15:06:09

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 Re: Early Farmall 706 Diesel (D-282 Engine) Tachometer Drive. in reply to pete 23, 11-02-2012 11:06:29  
Thanks. I will try to drive it up and out tomorrow if I can find a long enough drift. Do you know enough to tell if the oil pump drive can fall out like some automotive engines do or is it captive?



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11-02-2012 08:16:17

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 Re: Early Farmall 706 Diesel (D-282 Engine) Tachometer Drive. in reply to Crgmor, 11-02-2012 05:14:09  
Take the top plug out the gears should come out the top they are turned by the oil pump shaft.

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