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Re: 4020 Clutch and PTO release bearing replacement

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Mike M

10-10-2013 12:48:02

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Wonder what all of you do while in there. Do you also always do the rear main and the input seal ? To do the input seal does that require the split at the tranny ?

I did the rear main on our 4020. don't think I did the input seal. Don't know how much leakage it has ? More seems to run down from the shift levers.

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10-10-2013 14:36:45

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 Re: 4020 Clutch and PTO release bearing replacement in reply to Mike M, 10-10-2013 12:48:02  
Usually replace rear eng seal. By input seal if you mean the seal where the tran shaft comes out of the pto shaft yes I replace it also. Just grab it with water pump pliers and it comes off.

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Mike M

10-11-2013 08:27:56

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 Re: 4020 Clutch and PTO release bearing replacement in reply to D-, 10-10-2013 14:36:45  
It's been awhile since I did ours. I can't remember if I did that one or not ? Hope I did but it works and doesn't leave any big oil spots around except for the loader lift cylinder that could use repacked. Barely gets any use anymore.
Even before when it did get used more we only put like 600 hours on it since 1991.

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