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Re: '63 4010D trans/hyd pump broken bolts&damaged castin

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I'll use this reply to first thank Tim and Jim for their response. To you Bob this is amazing you'd suggest that possibility, because I was about to ask that very exact thing. And yes there was a clutch job done, and yes bell housing bolts were used lightly, the shaft and splines were lined up as best as could be determined. There was some drag or resistance in the last 1/2"-1/4" before the clutch housing was totally together on engine cast. Even then the clutch and flywheel were frequently turned through the inspection or timing hole. If I or we messed this up I'll of course accept that. But what I think you're suggesting is that by drawing the housing together with bolts to the engine cast, that put too much pressure or force via clutch shaft to the trans drive shaft thus causing the damage I described. If so you think that breakage happened immediately, or could that mistake of using bolts later on after the tractor was running caused it? Not trying to put anyone on the spot, I'm just looking for any info I can use to solve this. I already have some tentative ideas to repair the broken cast. For right now I need to get the pics of this taken and ready to post. Back in a while. Thanks again all, Dave

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04-29-2013 11:21:37

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 Re: '63 4010D trans/hyd pump broken bolts&damaged castin in reply to griz50, 04-29-2013 10:26:44  
Hard to say what happened, for sure, but those little 5/16" bolts that hold the transmission pump (and bearing "cup") in place are pretty wimpy when you think of putting any pressure at all on the top shaft when drawing the engine and clutch housing together with those massive 3/4" bolts.

And ANY backwards pressure on the input shaft is going to be transferred back there if there is a clutch alignment problem. OUCH!

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04-29-2013 12:12:23

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 Re: '63 4010D trans/hyd pump broken bolts&damaged castin in reply to Bob, 04-29-2013 11:21:37  
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 Re: '63 4010D trans/hyd pump broken bolts&damaged castin in reply to griz50, 04-29-2013 12:12:23  

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