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wd45 axle removel

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400D tractorman

10-16-2010 15:46:21

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I went to a pull today and heard a crack. Tractor won't move at all. It was clunking on the right side just before I pulled. I'm thinking the small gear at the top of the final drive sheared of from the axle. Just wondering how much of a job it is getting the axle out. Thanks

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10-18-2010 13:50:45

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 Re: wd45 axle removel in reply to 400D tractorman, 10-16-2010 15:46:21  
You have to remove the pin for the brake shoes and remove the shoes too so the final drive can come off. This pin is a bear to get out if it's never been out before.

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10-16-2010 19:11:55

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 Re: wd45 axle removel in reply to 400D tractorman, 10-16-2010 15:46:21  
Take the right wheel off. At the top shaft there is a cover with four bolts. Remove that and if you can remove the bearing, you may be able to see the small gear behind it. Pull the bottom cover to turn and inspect the large gear. Pulling entire final is no big deal- remove bolts on either end of sleeve bolted to the differential housing.

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10-22-2010 13:57:29

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 Re: wd45 axle removel in reply to JMS/.MN, 10-16-2010 19:11:55  
i bet your big gear stripped some teeth, take the pan off the bottom and spin it around,

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