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How to split transmission on MF 150??

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galaleo

06-09-2014 11:39:58
66.87.137.183



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Need to split trans to get to the multi power clutch. Book doesn't cover how to split trans from front end in detail. Do I need to unhook anything or once I unbolt every thing will it just slide apart??




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galaleo

06-12-2014 13:29:21
66.87.136.141



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 Re: How to split transmission on MF 150?? in reply to galaleo, 06-09-2014 11:39:58  

Any ideas on how to take this front piece off to start taking gears out??



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galaleo

06-11-2014 08:44:31
66.87.115.242



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 Re: How to split transmission on MF 150?? in reply to galaleo, 06-09-2014 11:39:58  
Also, does Anybody know about the stock intake valve seals on the mf 150. Do they sit on top of guides or should I have pressed them in the guides around valve stem?? They are not umbrella seals. They are the flat neoprene washer type.



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Tony in Mass.

06-10-2014 20:20:40
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 Re: How to split transmission on MF 150?? in reply to charlie maynard, 06-09-2014 11:39:58  
Try not to try this alone. Doesn't need to be a tractor mechanic, but someone you know into muscle cars, mud bogger, antique car guy- anyone you know who has done a clutch before, lots to prep for- the front end swivels, got to be wedged up or removed, floor should be flat smooth and level, and have atleast one roller jack, a ton of wood cribbing, 2x4's 4x4's etc etc. This can be sorta dangerous, so don't do it alone - ok? Good luck and be careful!

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Galaleo

06-11-2014 06:45:14
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 Re: How to split transmission on MF 150?? in reply to Tony in Mass., 06-10-2014 20:20:40  
Thx. I'm trying to do as much research as possible before I even touch it. I had completely overhauled the engine. Started right up then herd a knock in trans. Opened it up and drained the oil. All gears look fine except for the mp clutch pack. I think the snap ring that holds everything in the multi power housing broke and let all those gears and discs come out and got chopped up in the rest of the gears. Lots of metal shavings at the bottom. Some still big chunks. So I guess I have to split the tractor in three peices. Not looking forward to taking duel clutch apart again. Those duel splines are very hard to line up. Still not sure how to tackle splitting the rear end..

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gbs

06-10-2014 18:29:51
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 Re: How to split transmission on MF 150?? in reply to galaleo, 06-09-2014 11:39:58  
an I&t shop manual has a lot of helpful info not that they cover everything,one day I was reading one of there manuals about a repair I was going to do, in the procedure for the repair it involved splitting the tractor I found out I was going about it the hard way and had done it on several masseys, oh well live and learn



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galaleo

06-11-2014 06:47:28
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 Re: How to split transmission on MF 150?? in reply to gbs, 06-10-2014 18:29:51  
Yes. I have the i&t manual. Nothing on how to actually split the trans from rear end.



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2 Old 2 Care

06-16-2014 09:56:14
74.142.63.198



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 Re: How to split transmission on MF 150?? in reply to galaleo, 06-11-2014 06:47:28  
My thoughts on I&T manuals....They're great! Use pages inside for starting fires in wood stove. Then the cover works great to keep grease and fingerprints off cover of REAL manual (from Massey/AGCO) Other than that, they're dang near worthless.



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Dieseltech

06-09-2014 14:16:04
199.16.223.2



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 Re: How to split transmission on MF 150?? in reply to galaleo, 06-09-2014 11:39:58  
If you want to remove the MP clutch pack you need two splits, engine from the transmission front, then remove the transmission from the differential case. The shift tower must come off too to disconnect the MP oil line inside before the rear split can be done. Hope your service manual has good pictures!



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galaleo

06-10-2014 16:06:54
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 Re: How to split transmission on MF 150?? in reply to Dieseltech, 06-09-2014 14:16:04  
Thx dieseltech. Hopefully all goes well. First time tearing into a transmission.



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