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jerkus730

01-28-2018 19:18:47




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Is it possible to pull the transmission out of a WD without pulling the engine?




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DrAllis

02-03-2018 11:40:36




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 Re: Probably a dumb question in reply to jerkus730, 01-28-2018 19:18:47  
Please explain to me WHY you'd want to pull the engine to work on the transmission on a WD...?? There is absolutely nothing to gain by doing that....nothing. The 4-speed transmission is in the rear end housing, about 3 feet behind the engine.



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moonlite37

02-03-2018 09:41:51




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 Re: Probably a dumb question in reply to jerkus730, 01-28-2018 19:18:47  
It is possible, but removing the engine is so easy, I could see no reason not to pull the engine



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JMS/.MN

01-28-2018 21:24:19




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 Re: Probably a dumb question in reply to jerkus730, 01-28-2018 19:18:47  
Yes. The I&T AC 11 service manual has an illustration of using long line-up bolts when separating the frame from the rear axle, giving you access to the transmission. Personally, I"d prefer to move everything forward, and maintain stability of the tractor.



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DrAllis

01-28-2018 20:14:31




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 Re: Probably a dumb question in reply to jerkus730, 01-28-2018 19:18:47  
The transmission is in the rear end housing which starts underneath the battery box. So, no..... removal of the engine isn't required.



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