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1486 center section removal?

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big 1486

04-20-2014 14:41:16

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im going to remove the center section on 1486 for a new ta. ive done this on other tractors without a cab. is it best to roll engine ahead with center section or just roll the engine ahead and mount some kind of rolling set up underneath the center section? cab less tractors I just use the chain hoist to remove it. I really don't want to remove the cab.

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Brian Stortenbecker

04-20-2014 19:30:30

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 Re: 1486 center section removal? in reply to big 1486, 04-20-2014 14:41:16  
I roll away the engine, I had stands built to roll the center section out. Works awesome.

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pete 23

04-20-2014 19:20:23

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 Re: 1486 center section removal? in reply to big 1486, 04-20-2014 14:41:16  
I always rolled the TA section ahead with the engine. The only down side to doing it that way is when it comes to adjusting the end play of the pto lower shaft bearing. Most of the tractors I was doing at that time were not all that old so most of them you checked before disassembly and if there was no bearing replacement required on that gear and shaft it was simple. If the bearing needs replacement you need to work through the bottom to adjust the clearance after the front section is bolted back together to rear and that is a pain.

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Toy Guy

04-20-2014 15:02:06

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 Re: 1486 center section removal? in reply to big 1486, 04-20-2014 14:41:16  
The last one I did was roll it away with engine then removed it with cherrypicker.

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