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Re: Front Hydraulic pump drive shaft removal

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01-02-2013 18:59:58

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Thanks Guys,

I saw the left hand thread in the parts book but the thought of that thread busting loose after 40 years of one way torque seemed improbable. I guess it's the way though, and using a splined tool is brilliant, which is why I hadn't thought of it.
My pump is off, and out of the way. I had lost hydraulic power, and it appears the splines in the shaft have stripped, but only about a third of the way in, more than half good spline remaining deeper in. I guess it's not some common spline I can buy at the local bearing shop eh? I'm in San Francisco.

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01-02-2013 19:53:07

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 Re: Front Hydraulic pump drive shaft removal in reply to Paul007, 01-02-2013 18:59:58  
Very common set up and is used on many brands of tractors. Like I said I have a shaft hub sitting right here on the desk. By the way you best replace both the hub and the shaft at the same time or you will be doing it again very soon. Guess how I know that. Any good tractor dealer will have or be able to get that parts you need. Shoot this site may even have the parts. Last time I checked a whole set up hub and shaft was around $100 give or take a little. You may also try doing a web search for the Agco web site who now owns MF

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