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Remove crank pulley TO35 Stan Diesel?

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DrLoch

01-29-2014 04:40:49
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I'm looking for direction in removing the crank pulley on my 23C diesel. Anyone done it? What method did you use? The OD of the pulley is much to fragile to grab with any type of conventional puller. I've even gone as far as to see if I could find a used one in the event I trash the one I have, no luck so far.
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DrLoch

02-03-2014 10:43:54
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 Re: Remove crank pulley TO35 Stan Diesel? in reply to DrLoch, 01-29-2014 04:40:49  
Now that I have the lower pulley off I've drilled and tapped it 3/8 - 16 so I can use my balance wheel puller the next time. Will post a picture once I get through painting it.



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Tony in Mass.

02-02-2014 08:03:36
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 Re: Remove crank pulley TO35 Stan Diesel? in reply to DrLoch, 01-29-2014 04:40:49  
Mine seemed like it was on there for the long haul... I was intending to bust it apart after I located and bought another... I couldn't find one. so I had to take as much time and care as it took to come off the crankshaft. I think Sam should consider a suitcase full of things like this, that just aren't for sale on this side of the pond... unless it is a pull it yourself in a junkyard full of copperheads and rattlesnakes... I'll stand off to the side and watch Sam take the pulley off that one...

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Jason S.

01-30-2014 05:22:20
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 Re: Remove crank pulley TO35 Stan Diesel? in reply to DrLoch, 01-29-2014 04:40:49  
Dr. Loch I have the original MF shop manual for an FE 35 that covers all the engines and the whole tractor. They are much better than the I&T manuals offered by most places.I downloaded it years ago and I've burnt it onto cd's since then. If you ever need or want a copy just let me know.



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DrLoch

01-30-2014 07:50:52
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 Re: Remove crank pulley TO35 Stan Diesel? in reply to Jason S., 01-30-2014 05:22:20  
I would, thank you. The I & T is lacking in some of the detail I would like. Does that manual have any information about the valve timing events? I'm going to put my degree wheel on the crank to check the valve timing events injector pump timing from the hole in the block & flywheel. I can back figure after I insert the 1/4 dowel through the block into the flywheel. I'll document the information once I have it. From some other literature I have read you can alter the cam timing in 1-1/2 degree stages depending on how you remount the chain wheel to the cam sprocket.

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samn40

01-29-2014 13:42:27
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 Re: Remove crank pulley TO35 Stan Diesel? in reply to DrLoch, 01-29-2014 04:40:49  

Usually? they just pull off using both hands and a cushion to stop you falling on yer azz!. When replacing the cover do not tighten the bolts until you have fitted the pulley....it helps centralize the seal on the pulley .. Try Ervine Nolt in PA for parts..........Sam



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DrLoch

01-29-2014 15:52:53
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 Re: Remove crank pulley TO35 Stan Diesel? in reply to samn40, 01-29-2014 13:42:27  

samn40 said: (quoted from post at 14:42:27 01/29/14) Usually? they just pull off using both hands and a cushion to stop
you falling on yer azz!. When replacing the cover do not tighten the
bolts until you have fitted the pulley....it helps centralize the seal on
the pulley .. Try Ervine Nolt in PA for parts..........Sam


I did get it off. I used a little heat and a couple of crow bars to get it moving, pulled with my hands and then I fell on my azz :lol:
Thanks for the info. I will need to get a chain, adjuster and some gaskets. Chain was loose and the adjuster was worn as Dieseltech made mention.

Questions, does anyone offer just say valve cover and timing chain gaskets or do I need to get sets?
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miner09

01-29-2014 17:21:22
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 Re: Remove crank pulley TO35 Stan Diesel? in reply to DrLoch, 01-29-2014 15:52:53  
They offer just the two for gas engines and I would think the same for diesel.



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Dieseltech

01-29-2014 05:50:09
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 Re: Remove crank pulley TO35 Stan Diesel? in reply to DrLoch, 01-29-2014 04:40:49  
When I overhauled mine the pulley cam off easy with two crowbars close to the hub. The chain and tensioner were worn and needed replaced on mine.



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DrLoch

01-29-2014 06:14:09
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 Re: Remove crank pulley TO35 Stan Diesel? in reply to Dieseltech, 01-29-2014 05:50:09  

Dieseltech said: (quoted from post at 06:50:09 01/29/14) When I overhauled mine the pulley cam off easy with two crowbars close to the hub. The chain and tensioner were worn and needed replaced on mine.


I thought about using a couple of crow bars but was concerned I would deform the cover. When I do get it off I intend to put a couple of screw holes in it so I can remove it without a whole lot of drama.

Dieseltech, have you converted your oil filter over to a spin on?
This post was edited by DrLoch at 06:33:46 01/29/14.

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Dieseltech

01-29-2014 19:46:31
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 Re: Remove crank pulley TO35 Stan Diesel? in reply to DrLoch, 01-29-2014 06:14:09  
The oil filter is still original, has not been changed to a spin on. Engine has been overhauled with new sleeves and pistons, new modified valve guides and larger Deutz valves machined to fit. Mine is an early model with the thermostart manifold. Also reworked the center block freeze plug for a block heater as tractor sometimes is used on a 5 foot snowblower.



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miner09

01-29-2014 05:39:46
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 Re: Remove crank pulley TO35 Stan Diesel? in reply to DrLoch, 01-29-2014 04:40:49  
Use your puller on the center part of pulley. If your pulley the same as a gas it will work.



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DrLoch

01-29-2014 06:16:52
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 Re: Remove crank pulley TO35 Stan Diesel? in reply to miner09, 01-29-2014 05:39:46  

That what it looks like pulley is part of the hub.
This post was edited by DrLoch at 06:17:43 01/29/14.



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DrLoch

01-29-2014 05:15:57
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 Re: Remove crank pulley TO35 Stan Diesel? in reply to DrLoch, 01-29-2014 04:40:49  
Should have added that I've got the crank bolt loose and removed, need to get the pulley itself off the crank so I can remove the timing chain cover. I want to replace the timing chain and check the chain tensioner.



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Maxwell 99

01-29-2014 04:55:44
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 Re: Remove crank pulley TO35 Stan Diesel? in reply to DrLoch, 01-29-2014 04:40:49  
I have a to 35 with gas engine. I have held that pulley with a chain wrench, they are required tools if you own an old fergy and equipment.

Note to file: my neighbor has one of those old to 35 diesels, he was wanting to sell it, if interested let me know and I will try to get his contact info.



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