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04-24-2008 09:25:38

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ok so here we are a new day pulling motor out got all the bolts out over head hoist hooked up .Bam it wont move the dang thing is stuck on the shaft ive had them stick but never like this one .So any idea im off to rig a puller of some sort to pull motor forward if it will move .anyone ever had one stuck this hard.oh yeah bby the way old name is jim pleasure to meet you

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04-24-2008 12:01:57

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 Re: crossroad engine now in reply to reichstall, 04-24-2008 09:25:38  
well it is an wd45 and after a log battle in which she did not know she was going to come apart it did i was able to get a small split between motor and kept wedgeing each side till she let loose that for sure has to be the hardest one to date that i did pulled crank looks fine got all pistons out but one is soaking than on to the liner i was hoping to save on a rebuild but they are to far worn and rust pitted.so alas i contiue i just finshed a b spent way to much and was going to take a break.Glad she dont look in the shop much or i would be taking a long break have fun all and thank you

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04-24-2008 10:39:22

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 Re: crossroad engine now in reply to reichstall, 04-24-2008 09:25:38  
If memory serves me right your working on a WD45 or maybe a WD. You might try pushing the clutch pedal down and see if it will move some that way. Or if you can get enough of a gap take out the bolts that hold the pressure plate on. I can't remember if you can get to them from under it but yes I have seen a good number that are stuck. Oh the handle here is OLD but My real name is Rich or Richard. LOL Look in my web site to see some of my toys that I had worked on/own/use

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04-24-2008 10:09:01

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 Re: crossroad engine now in reply to reichstall, 04-24-2008 09:25:38  
So! What is the tractor you are having the problem with?

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