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Re: wc bell housing removal 36 rears?

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07-13-2002 12:28:10

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I think you will find it easier to remove the bell housing if you remove a frame rail. Be sure to support the tractor as one frame rail won't hold it up. WCs came with 26 in. rims, then when the went from spokes to solid wheel they changed to 28, one with 36 would be a high clearence model and I am not sure if they made them, maybe someone else knows.

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07-14-2002 14:33:20

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 Re: Re: wc bell housing removal 36 rears? in reply to Tom, 07-13-2002 12:28:10  
Complete removal is not necessary, just loosen bolts and spread the rails. However, supporting from underneath is a good idea, no matter which plan you follow, even though much of the weight is already gone with removal of the steering assembly and engine.

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