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4010 power shaft rear bearing housing

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10-11-2012 20:28:14

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The housing on my 4010 has been abused by one of its owners. Must of let the sway blocks get looose and broke part of the bolt hole that holds the block on. A couple of the holes for the bolts that hold the drawbar still are also in bad shape. I'm thinking I would like to replace with one I found at the salvage yard.

My big a job is this? Is it just removing the pto stub and pulling the housing, replacing gasket and putting the thing back together. Or is there other things back there I don't know about?

Thanks for any/all replies!

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Tx Jim

10-12-2012 04:00:00

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 Re: 4010 power shaft rear bearing housing in reply to Rich Duane, 10-11-2012 20:28:14  
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When you state snap ring are you referring to parts key #55?? If so why can't parts key #47 be removed while leaving pto drive shaft in place?? Does snap ring hold drive shaft in housing(parts key #47) which is not the way parts schematic shows it???????

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Kent Petersen

10-12-2012 06:24:52

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 Re: 4010 power shaft rear bearing housing in reply to Tx Jim, 10-12-2012 04:00:00  
yes i am and the housing #47 has a shoulder that the brg seats up to this keeps the shaft from moving forward in the housing so you can not get housing off the shaft ratheryou need to remove the shaft frist

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Tx Jim

10-12-2012 03:38:10

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 Re: 4010 power shaft rear bearing housing in reply to Tx Jim, 10-11-2012 20:28:14  
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I think you're thinking correctly but maybe a JD technician will chime in.

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Kent Petersen

10-12-2012 03:47:20

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 Re: 4010 power shaft rear bearing housing in reply to Tx Jim, 10-12-2012 03:38:10  
you need to split it the pto shaft comes in from the back and a snap ring holds it foward in the housing that you need to replace

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