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william gawel

08-02-2013 17:25:44
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does it take special drivers to remove the wet sleeves like it does on ford engines ihave never done wet sleeves




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Richard L

08-02-2013 18:13:21
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 Re: ferguson engine in reply to william gawel, 08-02-2013 17:25:44  
No it doesn't, I made my own using a 2 x 4 and make it round enough to grab the out side of the bottom of the sleeves, a threaded rod (fine threads if you can find it) and a block of wood with short legs on the top side so it is missing the sleeves as you pull it up with the threaded rod. Fine thread turns easier.



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william gawel

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 Re: ferguson engine in reply to Richard L, 08-02-2013 18:13:21  
thanks to everyone i will be bringing the tractor home tomorrow need to put a new battery in and some fresh gas then i can start it and check it out i will stay in touch i will try to post a picture of it befor i do any work on it again thanks for the info



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 Re: ferguson engine in reply to william gawel, 08-02-2013 19:42:54  
Yeah check the oil pressure before tearing it down, there's nothing worse than having to re-do the rebuild. I'd make sure the clutch works good and no leaks from the rear seal also.



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 Re: ferguson engine in reply to 2tractors, 08-03-2013 04:38:02  
putin new battery new plugs new top o ring in fuel bowl started up after i by passed bad key switch engine sounds ok clutch is strong all gears ok no brakes pulled back tires then brake drums oil covered both inner and outer seals are bad pulled axle bearing is ok seals are removed ordered new for both sides and new brake shoes pto also leaks pulled shaft bearing ok ordered new seal gasket and cover enough for today

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