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Re: 44 partial lock up with head pulled off

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2tractors

02-19-2013 16:48:01
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Pull the timing cover and check the crank gear meshing with the oil pump gear also if it has the thrust washers behind the front crank gear, it can wedge the engine.




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rduttonks

02-20-2013 04:24:27
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 Re: 44 partial lock up with head pulled off in reply to 2tractors, 02-19-2013 16:48:01  
are you talking about on the left side of the tractor where the hydraulic pump attaches to? I have pulled the hydraulic pump but not the gear cover where you add the oil. I did turn the engine over with the pipe wrench on the shaft when i had hydrualic pump off and it spun and stopped same as always but i could see the gear inside the oil add place ( dont know actual name) spinning with the rest of the engine. So i dont know if that would help anything but seeing as i have no other ideas i might try that tonight.

The shaft does have some scaring on it now from the pipe wrench its not deep at all just from the teeth of the wrench gripping in. i just figured id grind it down if and when i get the tractor back up to running condition



Any more thoughts or ideas are great im willing to try just about anything now to get it going.

Also i havent had any replies on how much that power steering unit or the three point would be, so any information on that would be great too.

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The Pennsylvanian

02-20-2013 14:06:25
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 Re: 44 partial lock up with head pulled off in reply to rduttonks, 02-20-2013 04:24:27  
I saw a power steering unit sell for $300 on ebay. The guy said it worked well as it came off of a running tractor. I might be interested in it - my email is open. The 3 point can go pretty high if original but don't know about an add-on unit.



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