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splitting G1355

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MikeO-WI

07-14-2012 17:15:49
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I need to split a G1355 and replace the clutch and 3 speed. Any helpful suggestions before starting? Looks like the tractor consists of 3 major components, the rear end, the 3 speed tub and the engine. Do I split the tractor from the rear end first or do I remove the engine first. Any stands that might be helpful? Also obviously first time doing something so big.




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TFE.INC

07-16-2012 10:27:13
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 Re: splitting G1355 in reply to MikeO-WI, 07-14-2012 17:15:49  
YOU SPLIT IT AT THE FLYWHEEL HOUSING AND PULL IT AWAY THEN YOU HAVE THE TUB WITH THE HYDRAUL IN IT UN BOLT IT FROM THE REAR AND PULL IT AWAY SET IT ON SOMETHING PRETTY SOLID ,THEN YOU PULL THE HYDRAUL OUT OF IT , I REBUILD THOSE HDRAULS FOR FARM OR PULLING THANKS TERRY AT TFE.INC 414 379 8485



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The Iron Horseman

07-14-2012 18:33:01
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 Re: splitting G1355 in reply to MikeO-WI, 07-14-2012 17:15:49  
Lot more involved than you think and it doesn"t come apart like an Ollie.When you have it apart you will have four chunks rear hydra mtr and frt end Have one apart right now I am not much on typing but if you want to call I can walk you through it I will be glad to help any way that I can 812-345-1301 I think I may still have pics saved of mine in pieces.Good luck



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super99

07-14-2012 18:03:16
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 Re: splitting G1355 in reply to MikeO-WI, 07-14-2012 17:15:49  
Look that over real close, Oliver made that tractor. I haven't been around one for quite a while, but I'm pretty sure you pull the motor and Hydra Power unit, set it on the floor and then seperate the motor and Hydra Power to get to the clutch. If it has the heavy cast bath tub frame, that is how you do it. Motor and Hydra Power slide ahead a few inches to free itself from the rear end. chris



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freddy

07-15-2012 10:06:33
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 Re: splitting G1355 in reply to super99, 07-14-2012 18:03:16  
It doesn't have the heavy cast tub. That is oliver not MM



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