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WD45 ring gear replacement

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mradke

05-06-2010 11:49:47




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Hi All,

I have the problem of the engine always stopping in the same spot and the ring gear teeth are worn. I would like to replace. I have stripped a WD45 down pretty much so i don't have a problem getting prepped for the job. I've never pulled an engine b4 and i do have access to engine lift but am not sure where (which bolts) to hook it to. Are there any alignment issues getting it back together. are there any gaskets involved? I seen the suggestions on inspecting or replacing the pilot/throw out bearing. Also seen suggestions regarding putting the new ring in the oven. any other suggestions. i think i've read every string on this forum regarding this issue. I have the manual. i just need to get it done. I am in the Frederic, WI area so i know there's a allis mechanic just a few miles down the road i can always call to bail me out. Thanks for any help.

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mradke

05-07-2010 13:53:39




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 Re: WD45 ring gear replacement in reply to mradke, 05-06-2010 11:49:47  
Thanks,

Will give an update when i get that far.



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mlpankey

05-06-2010 11:57:46




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 Re: WD45 ring gear replacement in reply to mradke, 05-06-2010 11:49:47  
the best way to hook a engine hoist to a 226 gas wd45 engine . Is to make a steel plate with holes that will fit on the rocker arm and valve cover studs . This will lift the engine level. I always remove the valve cover when attaching my plate I also welded a eyebolt to the plate but it could be drilled and nutted for a lifting ring.



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mradke

05-06-2010 13:34:41




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 Re: WD45 ring gear replacement in reply to mlpankey, 05-06-2010 11:57:46  
mlpankey,

When using this method is the weight of the engine pretty well even? If i put a lift ring of sorts on this should it be centered or more toward the front or back of the engine?



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mlpankey

05-07-2010 08:18:21




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 Re: WD45 ring gear replacement in reply to mradke, 05-06-2010 13:34:41  
center the lifting eye and the engine will be centered and level.



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