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FREEZE PLUG REPLACEMENT
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Posted by Ralph H on January 07, 2002 at 09:52:35 from (220.127.116.11):
I need Information on replacing the freeze plug on the back of the engine, in the block, on a 601. It appears the tractor will have to be broken at the front transmission joint to get to the freeze plug. The transmission housing covers the plug in the block, about 1 inch. Can the freeze plug be replaced without breaking the tractor at the transmission joint? If it can be done, how? If it has to be separated, can it be acomplished by just lossening the bolts and prying the joint apart a couple of inches?
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