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brianlivingstone

01-10-2018 09:27:33




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Can someone please tell me the purpose of the bolt circled in the picture. I thought it was a drain plug until I removed it
Thanks . Brian




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BrianLivingstone

01-11-2018 15:30:17




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 Re: Help to identify bolt in reply to brianlivingstone, 01-10-2018 09:27:33  
Do you think I have a chance of doing damage to the tranny?

It seemed to go back into the same place and it drove fine last night.



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howdy1960

01-11-2018 08:14:59




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 Re: Help to identify bolt in reply to brianlivingstone, 01-10-2018 09:27:33  
You did want to rebuild the tranny this year didn't you?

Note to self: "DO 'NOT' REMOVE THIS BOLT!"
Maybe I should black marker it above the bolt as I 'know' I'll forget where I put the note lol



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BrianLivingstone

01-10-2018 15:12:17




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 Re: Help to identify bolt in reply to brianlivingstone, 01-10-2018 09:27:33  
i apoligise for the photo. I knew it was off 90 degrees but I didn't realize I had it reversed.

Good eye



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HCooke

01-10-2018 14:19:24




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 Re: Help to identify bolt in reply to brianlivingstone, 01-10-2018 09:27:33  
That picture is reversed!



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JMOR

01-10-2018 11:23:40




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 Re: Help to identify bolt in reply to brianlivingstone, 01-10-2018 09:27:33  
on second thought..........isn't that the wrong side for that?



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R Geiger

01-10-2018 11:05:34




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 Re: Help to identify bolt in reply to brianlivingstone, 01-10-2018 09:27:33  
You may have gotten lucky, looks like it is pin for the reverse idler shaft. Parts books are great.



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JMOR

01-10-2018 11:03:55




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 Re: Help to identify bolt in reply to brianlivingstone, 01-10-2018 09:27:33  
Secret Squirrel nailed it......pins the reverse idler gear shaft.



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SECRET SQUIRREL

01-10-2018 10:34:19




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 Re: Help to identify bolt in reply to brianlivingstone, 01-10-2018 09:27:33  
It is a pilot bolt that holds a shaft in place, or at least is on mine.



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brianlivingstone

01-10-2018 10:48:47




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 Re: Help to identify bolt in reply to SECRET SQUIRREL, 01-10-2018 10:34:19  
It looks like a 1/4" smooth shaft that is 3 1/2 - 4" long . I was afraid that I may have unhooked something on the inside when I pulled it out.



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JMOR

01-10-2018 10:30:24




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 Re: Help to identify bolt in reply to brianlivingstone, 01-10-2018 09:27:33  
looks about correct height for oil level check plug



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Blue Jay

01-10-2018 10:13:49




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 Re: Help to identify bolt in reply to brianlivingstone, 01-10-2018 09:27:33  
Probably just an access point to a set screw, mine is just a 1/8" pipe plug. Your picture has me a little confused, looks like the right side of the tractor but clutch and brake are on the left side and 3 point quadrent on the right.

My tractor is a 46 also that Dad bought the year I was born.



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brianlivingstone

01-10-2018 09:29:58




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 Re: Help to identify bolt in reply to brianlivingstone, 01-10-2018 09:27:33  

Try again!



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brianlivingstone

01-10-2018 09:40:19




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 Re: Help to identify bolt in reply to brianlivingstone, 01-10-2018 09:29:58  
46 Ford 2 n



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