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front end swap on 1650

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relink

02-07-2018 04:34:33




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Going to switch out a narrow front for a wide front. My question is when I have the front end off should I replace anything while the tractor is a part? Recommendations?




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Mike(NEOhio)

02-08-2018 14:51:51




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 Re: front end swap on 1650 in reply to relink, 02-07-2018 04:34:33  
I would suggest checking a parts book. WF and NF may use a different steering shaft.



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1970-1655

02-07-2018 12:20:57




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 Re: front end swap on 1650 in reply to relink, 02-07-2018 04:34:33  
To pull the PS cylinder out for rebuild do I need to pull the radiator? Can I pull the shaft out and pull the cylinder with radiator still in? I just got done wrestling the radiator but after I got done I noticed PS leaking. I know, I should have checked it while I was in there but time and below zero were not in my favor.



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rrlund

02-07-2018 13:55:56




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 Re: front end swap on 1650 in reply to 1970-1655, 02-07-2018 12:20:57  
I usually pull the radiator and leave the grill on. Take the cap off the top of the cylinder,loosen the big bolt,it'll come up tight again. Keep going. It works as a puller. Pop the gear off and then lift the cylinder out.



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1970-1655

02-07-2018 13:59:21




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 Re: front end swap on 1650 in reply to rrlund, 02-07-2018 13:55:56  
Thanks. Now to get a day warm enough and not raining or snowing.



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Married2Allis

02-07-2018 08:34:26




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 Re: front end swap on 1650 in reply to relink, 02-07-2018 04:34:33  
Would also replace the pair of pittman shaft needle bearings and seals (2 each) that sit under the PS cylinder. About $75.



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rrlund

02-07-2018 07:09:08




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 Re: front end swap on 1650 in reply to relink, 02-07-2018 04:34:33  
Like CO said,at the very least replace the quad ring in the cylinder,but you can buy the entire o-ring and quad ring kit most places for $25. No big deal at all to rebuild. Tap the end cap in,take out the wire ring,then tap the whole unit down on end between two blocks and it'll all pop apart.



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relink

03-06-2018 09:19:34




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 Re: front end swap on 1650 in reply to rrlund, 02-07-2018 07:09:08  
How long should it take to do the complete swap from narrow to wide front?



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Traditional Farmer

02-07-2018 06:16:40




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 Re: front end swap on 1650 in reply to relink, 02-07-2018 04:34:33  
Are you going to sell the NF?



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relink

02-08-2018 04:55:57




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 Re: front end swap on 1650 in reply to Traditional Farmer, 02-07-2018 06:16:40  
No not at this time.



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carolina oliver

02-07-2018 05:29:19




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 Re: front end swap on 1650 in reply to relink, 02-07-2018 04:34:33  
You might want to take the PS cylinder out then, put kit in, maybe hone the cylinder if needed.. pretty easy job and insures THAT part is all good.



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