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WC Camshaft

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David Goode

01-21-2008 17:02:33

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We disassembled a 1936 WC engine last friday but can't get the Cam out. Most of the other tractors and engines I have worked on the Cam just slides right out, but this one only slides about 1/8" before it stopes. How do you get it out? Thanks. -David Goode Coggon, IA

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David Goode

01-25-2008 14:40:45

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 Re: WC Camshaft in reply to David Goode, 01-21-2008 17:02:33  
Well I finally got the Cam out by taping on it with a dead-blow hammer. It turns out that the Cam had worn a groove into the bearings, allowing only small movement. -David Goode Coggon, IA

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steve zaragoza

01-24-2008 20:56:55

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 Re: WC Camshaft in reply to David Goode, 01-21-2008 17:02:33  
i had the same problem on a wd,found that it has "mushroom"lifters that come out from the bottom after the cam is out.If motor is still in the tractor, hold the lifters up with spring type clothes pins.

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01-22-2008 14:45:50

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 Re: WC Camshaft in reply to David Goode, 01-21-2008 17:02:33  
lay motor on its side or lifters willdrop down and obstruct it from removal

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