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Re: How to remove Gears out of GVI?

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Coyote Green

12-02-2012 09:57:06
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Need more help, I got the bolts out from behind the brakes and i got the plates that the brakes mounted to off.

I then tried to slide out the shafts (that the brakes where mounted to) but they will only slide a inch or so until they hit the final drive gears and they will not go any further? :?

If anyone has a diagram that would be great, i am at a standstill and more help would be great.

Thanks for any help and info 8)

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J.Wondergem

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 Re: How to remove Gears out of GVI? in reply to Coyote Green, 12-02-2012 09:57:06  
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Coyote Green, I think you have to pull the axle housings off first, then just slide the bull gears back a little. I'm not sure on that one, but I believe there are clips on the inside of the axles at the bull gear that have to come out, then you can slide the axles out, then move the bull gears back.



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jd plowboy

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 Re: How to remove Gears out of GVI? in reply to Coyote Green, 12-02-2012 09:57:06  
can you email me about some parts u have thanks



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