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unstyled WC bellhousing and transmission question

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redd720

11-02-2010 17:27:38




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I am working on 1937 WC it has bad transmission and cracked bellhousing. i got another transmission and bellhousing. the motor is not on tractor.
Will it work if i pull front axle and support out from the main frame and put another transmission and bellhousing in it? I don't want pull rear end out because i am afraid i might break the bolt on main frame and rear end. It look harder than front. will WD45 front support and axle fits on Unstyled WC?
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Tracy

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wilson

11-03-2010 07:13:50




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 Re: unstyled WC bellhousing and transmission question in reply to redd720, 11-02-2010 17:27:38  
Heat the stuck bolt head red Let cool several hours when relative cool spray with ps blaster wait till tomorrow to loosen



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JMS/.MN

11-02-2010 21:08:46




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 Re: unstyled WC bellhousing and transmission question in reply to redd720, 11-02-2010 17:27:38  
Since the engine is already out, it is simplest to just switch the bell housing and transmission, out the front. Loosen up the side frame bolts, spread the C-channels a bit, and switch castings. Fronts interchange.



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chalmersbob(pa)

11-02-2010 19:01:13




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 Re: unstyled WC bellhousing and transmission question in reply to redd720, 11-02-2010 17:27:38  
Just remove the rear bolts 1 at a time and install a long threaded rod in each position, and slide the rear away from the frames. Bob



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redd720

11-02-2010 19:42:18




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 Re: unstyled WC bellhousing and transmission question in reply to chalmersbob(pa), 11-02-2010 19:01:13  
I hope i won't break the bolt. i tried loosen up today it still so tight. i am afraid if i do hard on it it might break the bolt. but i got all bolt loose in front axle and support. i thought it would be easier. Do you think so?
Thanks



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JMS/.MN

11-03-2010 14:59:16




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 Re: unstyled WC bellhousing and transmission question in reply to redd720, 11-02-2010 19:42:18  
After heating red hot, apply candle wax as it cools. Melts into the threads as it cools. Giver it time, few hours or so.



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MIKE BOCK

11-02-2010 17:33:47




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 Re: unstyled WC bellhousing and transmission question in reply to redd720, 11-02-2010 17:27:38  
every thing will bolt right togetherthe only bolts that break easy are the front pedistal bolts to side frame



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