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C allis belt pulley shaft question??

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Hossman

02-15-2012 17:54:47




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Fella's, Been into the belt pulley shaft on a "C" I bought a while back and have noticed some end play on shaft(in & out).I havent measured the play yet but guess it some where round .020. Now there is no side to side play so I figure this could be easily takin out with a small turn on the inside nut thats on the end of shaft as book suggest. Is there any way this can be done without removal of p.t.o. shaft?? I have pulled the hydrolic pump off and there just dosent seem a way to do this unless I could get a "cutoff" wrench in there some how or maybe one of the crowsfoot open end jobs. thanks for any help/advise, sincerely, Hoss

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Hossman

02-16-2012 16:46:04




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 Re: C allis belt pulley shaft question?? in reply to Hossman, 02-15-2012 17:54:47  
Fella's Thanks so much for the help. Sincerely, Hoss



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Dick L

02-16-2012 03:47:19




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 Re: C allis belt pulley shaft question?? in reply to Hossman, 02-15-2012 17:54:47  
Not really. It is not really that hard of a job to remove the power take off shaft and gears. It comes out the rear of the tractor side. Once you push/press the shaft out the gears are loose.

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CTucker

02-15-2012 19:14:26




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 Re: C allis belt pulley shaft question?? in reply to Hossman, 02-15-2012 17:54:47  
"repair necessitates removal of the housing from the rear face of the transmission." Almost a quote from the manual.



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