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Re: MM705 Split

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01-20-2013 11:29:20

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If a wide front, make sure to put blocks of wood or ? on each side of front axle pivot. If you don't the whole engine section will flop over to one side and possibly all the way to floor! Almost did that on my R MM first time pulling apart. I wedged blocks of wood in that space and hose clamped them a couple of times to hold in place. worked good. Use some long bolts/studs used in place of couple case bolts to glide it off and especially back on to line stuff up and go thru seals and bearings good. Studs can be up to 12" long and should be big, same size as the case bolts. Looking at 1/2 to 5/8" I assume. They wont hold tractor up, just act as a guide. Hope you have good upper support, don't rely on rafters in garage to hold!

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bill from scotland

01-20-2013 13:00:49

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 Re: MM705 Split in reply to glgrumpy, 01-20-2013 11:29:20  
I have built an angle iron frame with a four wheel trolly that sits on top of the upside down angle. I have also built in an adjustable jacking system that allows me to adjust it to the underside height of the tractor. All of this should allow me to support and slide back either the front or the rear of the tractor, the other half will have the wheels blocked and a static lifting jack to keep it supported.

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