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Gehl 95 mill

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Bradiniowa

01-03-2014 17:36:14
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Have a friend with a bad deal on his gehl 95 mill. Due to the cold and a bearing out he split the gear box under the mixing auger. Don't know it's age exactly but new is not an option. Anyone have a good parts one around?




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rrlund

01-04-2014 09:00:35
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 Re: Gehl 95 mill in reply to Bradiniowa, 01-03-2014 17:36:14  
Have you got it out yet to see what's wrong? The one in my New Holland took a crap a few weeks ago. Gave me a helluva sick feeling. Took a few days to get the miserable thing out of there,but it just had two bearings out. No harm to the gears or shafts.
I know from experience with a Gehl 65 that the Gehl is easier to get the gear box out of.



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Brad Bergan

01-04-2014 17:08:22
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 Re: Gehl 95 mill in reply to rrlund, 01-04-2014 09:00:35  
Yes it is out in fact much easier than it looked. Top bearing went out, but for some reason the gearbox is cracked. Maybe due the cold. Suppose some would try to weld it. As I said new is no longer available.



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