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Farmall M engine removal

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wally4000

08-05-2014 22:01:05
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Removed the front bolster and side rails. Removed 2 long bolts at top of clutch housing. What am I missing here that needs to come out? The IT manual sucks in this area.
Thanks in advance. Wally




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wally4000

08-08-2014 20:33:07
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 Re: Farmall M engine removal in reply to wally4000, 08-05-2014 22:01:05  
Thanks guys. Tom was right about pulling the engine. It's out.



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rustred

08-08-2014 18:33:15
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 Re: Farmall M engine removal in reply to wally4000, 08-05-2014 22:01:05  
its the dowel pins that are holding it on each side. don"t need a manual to pull an engine.



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tom dowling

08-06-2014 09:39:31
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 Re: Farmall M engine removal in reply to wally4000, 08-05-2014 22:01:05  
Well, first off put those two long bolts back in, finger tight then back em off a few turns, they will help you guide it off. There is no hidden bolt on an M. Put a little tension on your hoist and tap on the long bolts. You might have to jiggle the hoist up and down a little. Keep hitting the bolts while you jiggle, once it loosens up a bit pry your way around the bell housing remembering to loosen the bolts as you go.
Good luck and be careful

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jim warehime

08-06-2014 06:13:37
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 Re: Farmall M engine removal in reply to wally4000, 08-05-2014 22:01:05  
Did you remove the clutch? If not it maybe causing it to hang up. Thereare 2 dowls on right in front of serial number plate the other below oil filter just above oil pan. Just removed a md engine a few weeks ago and had a heck of a time getting it out because of dowls. Jim



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El Toro

08-06-2014 05:33:35
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 Re: Farmall M engine removal in reply to wally4000, 08-05-2014 22:01:05  
According to my manual the Farmall H has that bolt behind the starter. You may have dowels making it hard to free the engine. Make sure your hoist will handle that weight. Hal



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mkirsch

08-06-2014 04:39:43
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 Re: Farmall M engine removal in reply to wally4000, 08-05-2014 22:01:05  
Remove the starter and check for a bolt inside there. I can't remember if the M is one of the models that has that "hidden" bolt or not. Won't hurt to check.



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