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Removing front eng cover, Gleaner E enging

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05-06-2019 20:48:15

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OK, I have all the cover bolts off. I have the two bolts off the oil pan, and that pin and nut from the end of the shaft. I removed the governor cover, and took the spring off the Gleaner governor shaft.
I gave it a couple taps on the side, to break free and it's locked tight on there. So, I got a little more aggressive and tried whacking it with a pin shaft up by the dist housing. I took the dist shaft out, and tried knocking it forward from inside on the case.

It's stuck tight! I know I've got all the bolts outQuoting Removed, click Modern View to see

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05-07-2019 06:47:01

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 Re: Removing front eng cover, Gleaner E enging in reply to docmirror, 05-06-2019 20:48:15  
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Yes sir, I've got all those. The dist housing is out, and one stud sticks through the block over there. I don't see any rust around the stud, in fact it's got a fair amount of oil around it.

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05-07-2019 04:44:07

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 Re: Removing front eng cover, Gleaner E enging in reply to docmirror, 05-06-2019 20:48:15  
I hope you plan on doing pan gaskets when you are done. I had to pull my front cover out a half inch or so and it now leaks like a sieve. Add another project to my list.


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05-07-2019 04:37:06

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 Re: Removing front eng cover, Gleaner E enging in reply to docmirror, 05-06-2019 20:48:15  
Two lower 1/2" bolts for the motor mount. Three 3/8" bolts from the governor around and under the water pump. Two of the three governor/distributer bolts/nuts must be removed. That lower governor housing bolt is a stud and may be rusted to the block ??

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05-06-2019 21:10:23

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 Re: Removing front eng cover, Gleaner E enging in reply to docmirror, 05-06-2019 20:48:15  
Oh yeah, I have the two large bolts underneath that mount the engine to the chassis out also.

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