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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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fishing for bendix parts

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steve 43

12-05-2013 09:41:51
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Has anyone had any luck fishing out the lighter pieces of the bendix with a magnet...I need some inspiration...at least I finally got the new style drive on. I used a punch to pry the washer down and a screwdriver to hold it while I put the pin in.




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BeaverIslander

12-05-2013 15:49:13
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 Re: fishing for bendix parts in reply to steve 43, 12-05-2013 09:41:51  
I tried to fish them out of my 8N today too. Dang magnet sticks to everything but what I'm looking for. I am going to gamble and let sleeping dogs lay.



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TOM N MS

12-05-2013 17:57:52
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 Re: fishing for bendix parts in reply to BeaverIslander, 12-05-2013 15:49:13  
Not a good move....Never, never would I leave em in there..



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carlntexas

12-05-2013 22:04:29
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 Re: fishing for bendix parts in reply to TOM N MS, 12-05-2013 17:57:52  
Mine shelled the whole starter drive gear after about 20 starts with the new DG. I had seen the picture Jmor posted and was a little nerves about running it. The clutch was slipping anyway so I split it and replaced clutch and got the parts out.

here is what they looked like.


This post was edited by carlntexas at 22:06:22 12/05/13.

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BeaverIslander

12-06-2013 09:03:37
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 Re: fishing for bendix parts in reply to carlntexas, 12-05-2013 22:04:29  
This picture shows why it is difficult (at best) to try to get the broken parts out with a magnet. Has anyone ever been successful in getting them out that way?



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BeaverIslander

12-06-2013 09:00:53
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 Re: fishing for bendix parts in reply to carlntexas, 12-05-2013 22:04:29  
That is a helpful pic Carl, thank you for posting it.



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TOM N MS

12-06-2013 03:42:17
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 Re: fishing for bendix parts in reply to carlntexas, 12-05-2013 22:04:29  
Good move...



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HCooke

12-05-2013 12:01:48
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 Re: fishing for bendix parts in reply to steve 43, 12-05-2013 09:41:51  
I have found a few starter drive parts in the bottom of the bell housing on tractors that I have split. I would leave it for now. Ain't going to hurt a thing.



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old

12-05-2013 10:45:56
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 Re: fishing for bendix parts in reply to steve 43, 12-05-2013 09:41:51  
Henry left a lot of extra room in the bell housing so if/when the starter drive broke you could just let it stay in the bell housing till you had to split the tractor for clutch work etc. Split more then one just to find starter drive parts form who knows how long ago in them



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JMOR

12-05-2013 11:41:45
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 Re: fishing for bendix parts in reply to old, 12-05-2013 10:45:56  
...................or it will just make its own way out. :cry:
[URL=http://s192.photobucket.com/user/JMOR_photo/media/Starting/bellhousingholeWhyYouShouldRemoveBendix.jpg.html][/URL]



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36 coupe

12-05-2013 12:56:48
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 Re: fishing for bendix parts in reply to JMOR, 12-05-2013 11:41:45  
There is little room between the ring gear teeth and the bottom of the housing.



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