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Re: removing g wheels

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06-22-2013 16:16:12

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They were put on that way they have to come off that way. Good luck tho.

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06-22-2013 16:40:01

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 Re: removing g wheels in reply to Husker44a, 06-22-2013 16:16:12  
yes, they were put on but, they slid the collar on the axle, and slipped the wheel on and tightened. Now the wheel cant move. Can't get bolt out or in to push collar loose.
If they would have had it about 4 inches farther out wouldn't be a problem.

Thank god they didn't push it on tight to axle housing, they just weren't think ahead when they installed them.

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06-22-2013 17:20:02

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 Re: removing g wheels in reply to jdjack, 06-22-2013 16:40:01  
Are the bolts for the other wedge facing out? If so loosen them . Since the guy was able to tighten what should be the outer wedge bolts you should be able to get a wrench on them. Do the jack bolts move or are they frozen?
Maybe I'm thinking too new wheel design??? Are your axles rack and pinion or splined?

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06-22-2013 17:56:07

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 Re: removing g wheels in reply to D-, 06-22-2013 17:20:02  
you are thinking about the rack and pinion, these are splines with a tapper lock collar.

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06-22-2013 19:09:30

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 Re: removing g wheels in reply to jdjack, 06-22-2013 17:56:07  
Can you loosen the bolts at all or if you have to cut them off then can you drive a wood splitting wedge behind the collar to loosen it?

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06-23-2013 11:50:09

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 Re: removing g wheels in reply to D-, 06-22-2013 19:09:30  
You may have to cut the wheel clamps off with a torch. Then, pick up used ones from a salvage yard. If you are restoring a JD two-banger it won't be the most expensive part you ever buy.

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06-23-2013 20:48:27

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 Re: removing g wheels in reply to Ray Durham, 06-23-2013 11:50:09  
Got them off. screwed 3 bolts from the out side and installed some strap steel so it would press on collar and not the bolts. heated collar and hit with air hammer and tightened screws. Thanks

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