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Re: Help with installing Fan assembly on 39 A

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Mike M

11-01-2012 13:48:30

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Question ? Did you start out with a rubber mounted fan hub and then are now switching over to the friction disk type ?

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11-01-2012 14:06:11

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 Re: Help with installing Fan assembly on 39 A in reply to Mike M, 11-01-2012 13:48:30  
There was no rubber mounted on anything. There were no friction pads. This was a parts tractor, and I bought the parts as I saw them on the I & T manual that I didnt have. All Ive got is the 2 friction discs, spring pulley and fan, and keeper.

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11-01-2012 14:38:02

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 Re: Help with installing Fan assembly on 39 A in reply to Farmallb, 11-01-2012 14:06:11  
Well, I finally figured out a way that ought to work. I backed my H up to my post vice mounted on a stump. I was going to lay the shaft on the axle and put the pulley and end friction disc in the vice, and put my C clamp on top and bring it in. Went to look for the keepers, and there gone. Tractors been setting outside for 2 yrs. Under trees. All kinds of leaves and grass. I couldnt find one outa 3 parts with 2 magnets. SO
Is that a special part, or can I get it somewhere. If so, Whats the sizes?

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Mike M

11-02-2012 05:23:33

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 Re: Help with installing Fan assembly on 39 A in reply to Farmallb, 11-01-2012 14:38:02  
Two C-clamps as to draw it up evenly with very litte pressure is all that is needed to assemble one. Something is just not correct. Likely mismatched parts.

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