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Re: How to split transmission on MF 150??

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Tony in Mass.

06-10-2014 20:20:40

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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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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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