Posted by broke again on January 06, 2013 at 00:11:58 from (126.96.36.199):
In Reply to: 1850 Cockshutt posted by srb44 on January 05, 2013 at 10:26:46:
Everyone here is assuming your model has the hydra power or hydraul shift option and if thats the case yes, pulling the engine is the way to go. I have an 1850 that is delete of the hydra power / hydraul shift option and has a "straight shaft" connecting the engine to the tranny. Some models were equipted this way from the factory as a bare bones option only allowing 6 forward / 2 reverse gears. In this case the straight shaft only needs to be removed as well as the long pto drive shaft from the rear of the tractor to access the clutch. If your tractor has this option you do not pull the engine. Good luck.
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