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Re: Belly pump removal on a Farmall M

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02-18-2013 16:59:33

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You have to remove all of the fittings in the sides, remove the cap for the dipstick, remove the valve handle, then turn the coupling so one side is vertical. Then unbolt while its supported and lower with a floor jack while balancing it. I done it last time by removing two bolts and threading all thread in with nuts on it to lower it because I didnt have anyone to hold it steady on a floor jack. Be careful its kinda heavy.

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02-18-2013 17:31:23

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 Re: Belly pump removal on a Farmall M in reply to flambeauone, 02-18-2013 16:59:33  
I should have described the coupler in more detail. Its a piece of round stock with two keys machined in it. One on each end and ninety degrees from one another. Google farmall m belly pump coupler pics for an image. One key has to be vertical doesnt matter which one.

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02-18-2013 17:12:01

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 Re: Belly pump removal on a Farmall M in reply to flambeauone, 02-18-2013 16:59:33  
You also have to have the coupling lined up for the 2 pieces to slide apart.

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