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Transmission gear housing problem

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Scott in PA

01-02-2011 16:28:20

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I cleaned my transmission gear housing the other day and went to put it together today when I noticed a crack between the bearing holes on the backside of the housing. See pictures.

Is this a problem? Can I ignore it or should I try to locate a new housing? The tractor does have a loader and backhoe that I plan using on a regular basis and I want to make the trans isn't going to blow apart on me. Anybody know what caused this?

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01-03-2011 01:06:43

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 Re: Transmission gear housing problem in reply to Scott in PA, 01-02-2011 16:28:20  
if the bearings are spinning use a pin punch to put a few raises in the recess,don't know about the other.worked well on my truck axle.and/or loctite.

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01-02-2011 17:03:53

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 Re: Transmission gear housing problem in reply to Scott in PA, 01-02-2011 16:28:20  
I would use it, the bearings won't put force in one little place, looks like you have a good casting just a crack in noncritical area, it would be better if the bearing didn't spin in the casting , you working on a tractor that is 50 years old, I bet there is all kinds of little things worng you don't know about. enjoy the rig and have fun playing in the dirt

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