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Gear repair

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Trent Williams

03-04-2002 17:48:24




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My D14 jumps out of 3rd. took the cover plate off today and It's obvious what the problem is. The coupling part of the gears are worn. I have never worked on transmisions before, but have done some TIG welding and machine work. My question is this: is this gear material something that can be welded/machined? If it's hardened, can it be softened/rehardend? The guys that ground my crankshaft welded and machined the thrust plate. (I didn't think that could be done) Thanks, Trent

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Don, Luling LA

03-04-2002 22:50:11




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 Re: gear repair in reply to Trent Williams, 03-04-2002 17:48:24  
Welding a forged steel crankshaft and turning it back down to standard size or even changing the stroke is and has been common for a long time, they aren't generally hardened. Gears on the other hand are very hardened and haven't heard of anyone welding on them and remachining them. I would expect they are made of special alloys that when are hardened are either difficult to impossible to unharden. Even if it was possible you are talking a bunch of time to do this work, might be cheaper to buy a new gear if available. I have seen parts available for your tractor tranny don't remember what gears but did think some of them were available.
Good luck

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