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Re: Clutch alignment tool TO-35

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05-05-2013 05:52:00

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Hey Tony, seeing that picture reminds me of a question I had for you about your ATV jack.
After having to improvise a lifting/holding system so I could free up my floor jack and a couple of jack stands yesterday and change the oil in my truck, I got thinking about that a lot more. What do you use? I see a few different types on the internet, some as cheap as $100.

On another note, I finally got the lower (PTO) shaft out of my tractor yesterday so I could remove the input shaft assembly to replace the seals. That was a project all to itself and putting it back together should be, ummm interesting. Had to make one puller for the PTO shaft cover (more redneck engineering). Maybe I'll start a thread about that and put up some pictures 'cause they sure would have helped me. With only having the I&T manual I really had to read between the lines. All the info is there you just have to read and re-read to get what you want from it. The seals I ordered showed up and my level of enthusiasm is slightly higher than it was a month ago so who knows, I might be putting it back together soon.
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05-05-2013 19:41:35

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 Re: Clutch alignment tool TO-35 in reply to Inno, 05-05-2013 05:52:00  
U N 2 R the other people I know who tore in to the tranny like that. So yes, I feel I must tell you about the ATV jack. I don't own an atv, and HOPE I never have to own a snowsled!
This was a harbor freight $59 on special thing, broke and re welded it, racked, warped, but I really abuse it! Tell ya, your poured concrete floor is the major tool for a nice tractor split. Any 'pair' or roller jacks will help, cause murphy's law sez it will drift apart in the process. But I do find this el cheapo deluxe atv thing paying for itself every few days... waiting for another sale! When you come down to our fergie only meet, I will award the old one to you as a door prize. don't worry, customs will not even think of charging you duty... they will feel sorry for you- or laugh at it...

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