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TO35 Separate differential from transmission

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RedGreenGuy

02-09-2018 12:18:39




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Finally time to fix it. As explained couple years ago I had water (condensation) in differential that froze and cracked the case and lid upon startup. Ready to split the differential from the tranny. Have lid off and trying to remove hydraulic pump. Got cotter key out of shaft, slid collar back to remove shaft. Still can't get shaft out. Almost but not enough play to remove. What needs tapped or loosened a 1/4 inch? I have service manual from YT. But no instructions on how to split tranny from differential. Don't want to damage tranny. Tractor is early 1955

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RedGreenGuy

02-11-2018 18:23:57




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 Re: TO35 Separate differential from transmission in reply to RedGreenGuy, 02-09-2018 12:18:39  
I might add plan to clean her up and paint correct green/gray colors. I purchased this tractor from FILs estate. He had for 8 yrs and I for 15. It was brush painted gray. Must have used a broom for a brush. Deep heavy brush marks, Painted over dirt and grease. Had to use a chisel to get paint/grease off bolt heads. A least it did not get rusty.



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RedGreenGuy

02-11-2018 18:15:44




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 Re: TO35 Separate differential from transmission in reply to RedGreenGuy, 02-09-2018 12:18:39  
Thanks again to all. Got the pump out. Sump has lots of slime in it. Replacement case will start clean. I have read where YTers were discussing an oil filter screen in the lower part of this case. This tractor does not have it. Can I install one in the new case?



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John Deere D

02-10-2018 06:59:57




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 Re: TO35 Separate differential from transmission in reply to RedGreenGuy, 02-09-2018 12:18:39  

I had to split MF 35 (1963 model) last summer, 2017:

Replaced HYD Pump and coupling:

Possibly pictures are of assistance?

If Coupling is seized on out put shaft of Transmission, separate Transmission, out put shaft and coupling as one unit from Diff:

Bob...

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John Deere D

02-10-2018 06:38:00




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 Re: TO35 Separate differential from transmission in reply to RedGreenGuy, 02-09-2018 12:18:39  
I had to split my MF 35 last summer:
Possibly pictures are of assistance:

Bob...



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RedGreenGuy

02-10-2018 04:48:55




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 Re: TO35 Separate differential from transmission in reply to RedGreenGuy, 02-09-2018 12:18:39  
Thank You! Got the shaft out, now to get it split.



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steve19438

02-10-2018 02:04:38




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 Re: TO35 Separate differential from transmission in reply to RedGreenGuy, 02-09-2018 12:18:39  
is it possible the ice may have bent something ? i did that 10 years ago but my memory of it has long since faded.



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miner09

02-09-2018 15:03:52




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 Re: TO35 Separate differential from transmission in reply to RedGreenGuy, 02-09-2018 12:18:39  
Keep moving collar back and forth. Sometimes they don't go back all the way first time.



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Steve@Advance

02-09-2018 13:59:56




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 Re: TO35 Separate differential from transmission in reply to RedGreenGuy, 02-09-2018 12:18:39  
Once the collar is slid back, the shaft should pull forward, up and out.



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Steve@Advance

02-09-2018 17:00:23




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 Re: TO35 Separate differential from transmission in reply to Steve@Advance, 02-09-2018 13:59:56  
Been a while since I've been in one,

but got to thinking, maybe the PTO shift collar needs to be slid back also?



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