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Engine Removal for clutch replacement on White 80 Am. FWA

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145 Workhorse

08-15-2014 11:23:55
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It is time to replace the clutch, throw-out bearing and pilot bearing in our American 80. We have read the manual, but it does not address the removal of the engine. Our tractor has the 3 speed power shift unit. Is there a PTO shaft to remove from the rear like other Oliver/White models? Or is the PTO shaft in sections? I know our model uses the chain couplers.

Any help would be appreciated. Also, where can I purchase a lens cover for the front lights? We will be double checking our manual. Thanks.

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Doug Cotton

08-16-2014 20:10:49
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 Re: Engine Removal for clutch replacement on White 80 Am. FWA in reply to 145 Workhorse, 08-15-2014 11:23:55  
YES, shaft has to be pulled from rear before any attempt to pull engine. Remove 4 bolts from p.t.o. clutch pack and pull shaft out. What color is your AMERICAN? I have a silver 80 FWA w/
cab and a yellow 80 FWA open station. They both started life out as 2 wheel drives.



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greg oliver

08-17-2014 07:12:03
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 Re: Engine Removal for clutch replacement on White 80 Am. FWA in reply to Doug Cotton, 08-16-2014 20:10:49  
Doug, mine is green and white and only has about 1800 hours on it. Do you need front lens cover? I was going to see if mine could be duplicated at plastic mold factory in Oneonta N.Y. If someone has a better idea speak up. Thanks, Greg

P.S. I need the fender plate that the light bolts to part #30-3480968. I was hoping to take it to a tractor show when I get her cleaned up! Greg



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Doug Cotton

08-19-2014 03:51:11
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 Re: Engine Removal for clutch replacement on White 80 Am. FWA in reply to greg oliver, 08-17-2014 07:12:03  
I think mine are both ok but thanks for asking.



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greg oliver

08-15-2014 13:30:50
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 Re: Engine Removal for clutch replacement on White 80 Am. FWA in reply to 145 Workhorse, 08-15-2014 11:23:55  
Parts book also shows pto drive hub that bolts to flywheel part #30-342011. Greg



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greg oliver

08-15-2014 12:58:24
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 Re: Engine Removal for clutch replacement on White 80 Am. FWA in reply to 145 Workhorse, 08-15-2014 11:23:55  
I looked in my White American 60-80 parts manual and shows pto drive shaft so I think you need to pull it. I have White American 60 with broken front lens cover also, I have looked for one without success. The part # for lens cover is 30-3534391 mine only has a small hole in it and was going to see if I can have a new one made. I have had a lot of trouble with the diff lock leaking hydraulic have you? Hope this helps . Greg

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 Re: Engine Removal for clutch replacement on White 80 Am. FW in reply to greg oliver, 08-15-2014 12:58:24  
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We have no trouble with the Diff. Lock. We did replace an electric actuator for the FWA. That is it. Thanks for your help and reply. We will need to study this situation further before we get too ambitious.



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