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#$*% bell housing in 770

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Jake in NY

06-16-2001 11:09:59
209.2.38.82



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Ok, we're trying to pull the bell housing to replace the clutch and rear seal in the 770 but we can't pull the bell housing back because the clutch linkage hits against the frame. We can't get the linkage off or rotate the housing to get around it. The only option we seem to have is to pull the motor. Any ideas?

This was supposed to be easy. So much for that...

Jake




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Mike

07-23-2003 22:19:30
207.177.92.143



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 Re: #$*% bell housing in 770 in reply to Jake in NY, 06-16-2001 11:09:59  
If your tractor is tore down that far, loosen and
remove all 4 engine bolts. Then stick all 4 bolts
back in holes with the threads down. Attach a chain to gas tank mount on the rear of the engine
block and raise your engine on the back which will
tilt your engine forward which will raise the rear
engine 2 or 3 inches upward. Please remember before you do any of this make sure the coupler on
the driveshaft is loosened or removed and slid forward. This works for me every time!

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Bill

06-18-2001 14:40:21
216.145.201.44



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 Re: #$*% bell housing in 770 in reply to Jake in NY, 06-16-2001 11:09:59  
The cotter pins in the clutch pedal can be removed and moved out of the way. The clutch rod will then move back far enough so it is out of the way. Remove the long pto shaft. Undo the coupler. Remove the cover by the oil drain for the motor. The rest should slide easy. I very seldom have had problems unless the splines are worn in the shaft.



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larry

06-16-2001 16:43:10
64.244.12.231



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 Re: #$*% bell housing in 770 in reply to Jake in NY, 06-16-2001 11:09:59  
There must be something differant on your's or you have missed something. I have done S77 andS88 plus 1650 and 1600 with no problems.First you pull the long pto shaft then collapse the drive shaft.On the 77's there is not alot of room but it can be done.My father used to remove the fuel tank and take the bell houseing completely out.Back when i was young they hired a number of teens as drivers and they where hard on clutches.

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JIM

06-16-2001 12:55:49
63.15.120.23



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 Re: #$*% bell housing in 770 in reply to Jake in NY, 06-16-2001 11:09:59  
IF IT WERE EASY ANY BODY COULD DO IT !!!!!!!!!!!!I HAD TO PULL MY ENGINE ON MY 770 TO DO THE CLUTCH.I DID ONE FOR A BUDDY OF MINE . THE WAY YOUR DOING IT AND IT'S A S.O.B. BUT IT CAN BE DONE. IT'S JUST EASYER THE OTHER WAY .



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