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old

11-13-2013 17:16:23
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Well #1 it helps us help you if you post more info things like what the tractor is etc.
#2 the area your asking about is on the opposite end of the engine then where the flywheel is your talking about the crank shaft pulley drive mount for a front pump.
That said most have a spline shaft so you take the pump mount bolts of and then you should be able to pull the pump back and out. You may need to unhook the hyd hoses to do so

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11-13-2013 17:46:38
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 Re: hydraulic pump removal in reply to old, 11-13-2013 17:16:23  
Thank you,
It is a Ford 720 series loader and yes the front end pump. The spline shaft looks worn so I'm trying to get the whole assembly off. I did take the pump bolts out, disconnected hoses but the assembly does fit through the hole in the front end guard so it has to be detached from the pulley. there are some small bolts I can see but can't get to them. I was hoping some one had some tips on how to get those out if you've had experience with it.

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 Re: hydraulic pump removal in reply to Ron toppi, 11-13-2013 17:46:38  
Should be like the set up on my 841 and yes tight but the shaft should pull out but yes worn much yes can be fun to do since they tend to bind and you need to play with them to get them out



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