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Kurt-NEPA

07-07-2013 13:01:38
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On removing the axle trumpet. Support the trumpet with hoist or jacks and remove the nuts all the way around and slide the trumpet out and off. Take the left side off first (left when you sitting in the seat facing forward). Then remove the differential (heavy), then take the right side off.

I'm assuming you have the wheels off first. Also, be careful, this is very heavy stuff.
On removing the PTO shaft. Yes, just remove the four bolts and the shaft should pull out.

Drain the hydraulic oil and rear end oil before doing either these.

What are you trying to fix?

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gtkeith

07-07-2013 13:20:37
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 Re: ford 800 in reply to Kurt-NEPA, 07-07-2013 13:01:38  
someone put longer bolts in the 2 bottom holes below the pto shaft that holds the hitch bracket and broke the casting so I am trying to decide the easiest way to get inside and make a repair any suggestions appreciated



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John in La

07-07-2013 13:45:00
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 Re: ford 800 in reply to gtkeith, 07-07-2013 13:20:37  
I think the 2 bottom holes are ears on the center housing rather than threw holes. (But I may be wrong)
If I am right getting to the inside will do you no good.
Or is the casting broken so much it is leaking oil???????



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gtkeith

07-07-2013 13:56:14
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 Re: ford 800 in reply to John in La, 07-07-2013 13:45:00  
yes one of the ears broke and one is leaking because it broke the casting inside
thanks



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John in La

07-07-2013 14:07:26
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 Re: ford 800 in reply to gtkeith, 07-07-2013 13:56:14  
In that case I am afraid your real question is.....

How do I remove the center housing.

Cause to try and weld a crack in that cast case you gona need to get it real clean.



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gtkeith

07-07-2013 14:15:37
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 Re: ford 800 in reply to John in La, 07-07-2013 14:07:26  
Yes I think that is what I have to do
Thanks



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