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Allis B Hubs

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JCleav

02-24-2011 06:30:49




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I need some help getting the back hubs off my B. I am thinking about putting a wrench to hold one side to be able to turn the other side nut.I am worried about breaking the differential or something else. Any ideas?




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steve(ill)

02-24-2011 19:53:48




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 Re: Allis B Hubs in reply to JCleav, 02-24-2011 06:30:49  
if you have the rims and tires off and up on jacks, you need to get a 4 x 4 about 2 ft long. Rotate the hub untill the half moon cutouts are horizontal front and back. put the 4x4 upright on the ground with the top edge into the half moon notch. that will keep it from rotating when you turn the nut. I use a 36 inch cresent and smack it with a 5 pound hammer to shock it loose. You can reinstall by standing on the 3 ft wrench.. 3 ft times 200 pounds is 600 ft pounds of torque.

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Zachary Hoyt

02-24-2011 07:54:58




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 Re: Allis B Hubs in reply to JCleav, 02-24-2011 06:30:49  
I don't think you should need to do that. I have only had the hubs off one B, and in that case the weight of the tractor was sufficient to keep the hub from turning while I put a 24" crescent wrench on the nut and stood on the handle to break the nut loose.
Zach



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