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Chris Reinmann

10-30-2011 20:15:40




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Oil pan gasket has a leak, want to put a new gasket on. How do you get the pan out?? I have the tie rods off back bolt out of the wide front frame and it is dropped down 6 inches or so but still can't get the pan out, just not enough clearance in the front.Do you have to jack the engine up? There must be a trick to this. Thanks for any help you can offer. Chris

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Rob NC

10-31-2011 19:02:58




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 Re: 200 oil pan removal in reply to Chris Reinmann, 10-30-2011 20:15:40  
I know I'm off topic but I put a oil pan gasket on my B about a month ago. Very same thing, jack tractor up under clutch housing, move front axle forward about two inches and oil pan comes off. One would think after all these years the A-C engineers could get something right. Or did they get it right so the farmer couldn't fix it and the dealer could ?



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Gene-WI

10-31-2011 14:37:22




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 Re: 200 oil pan removal in reply to Chris Reinmann, 10-30-2011 20:15:40  
You have to raise the front of tractor so it will clear the axle assy and roll the axle and front wheels foward out of the way.



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Bob Huntress

10-31-2011 10:31:19




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 Re: 200 oil pan removal in reply to Chris Reinmann, 10-30-2011 20:15:40  
If you remove the hood, would you be able to use an engine lift crane to ease the weight off the tie rods? You don't need to lift the front end in the air, just take the weight off the rods, so that you will have the room to remove your oil pan. I think you will need to do that to reinstall the tie rods, anyway.



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