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Re: Transmission Output Shaft different

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Posted by WayneB on October 20, 2013 at 11:26:45 from (

In Reply to: Re: Transmission Output Shaft different posted by WayneB on October 15, 2013 at 06:14:28:

UPDATE. Both tractors have transmision and rear ends RE-assembled. The parts tractor is ready to pull out of the shop fully assembled with my old rear end. Taking my time with the Dexta to Super Dexta conversion. I was pleasantly surprised when I pulled the Super Dexta part tracor apart. Very clean, and clearly had not been pulled apart. The top cover had been pulled but nothing else. I swapped the PTO pawl and assembly of tranny to rear end was so easy. Compared to my Ford 4000, this job was simple and easy to do. On scale of 1-10, with ten difficulty near impossible, this jobs was a 2. On the used to be Dexta, but now is a super Dexta, have married the engine back to the tranny, and will get her running.
When I assembled the tranny to the rear end, I put the coupler shaft on the rear end, pulled it back until it was almost off the spline, and reached in and started it on the tranny spline. I went together so easy. I had fabricated a gasket out G-paper, and had all the bolts in holding gasket on. Too easy.
Don't think I will mount the fuel tank, but use a small tank to run it. Will not fully assemble, will paint before assembly. Prior to that, will do axle seals & bearings and re-line brakes. Then it get washed and scrubed for painting.

It will be the paint that makes this Super Dexta better than my others for the wife.....


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