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How Big a Job Is It?

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08-04-2002 13:10:35

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To change out the bearings and races n the final drives on a WD 45?

When I bought this tractor the only thing in the final drives was old water. I cleaned everything up and had one side leaking after a week of light usage. Tore her back down to reseal the pan and found peices of chewed up bearing retainer in the bottom of the pan. So I would like to know how big a job this is to change out all the bearings and if anyone has an idea on the cost of the materials for the job. The tires are loaded so I wann hold off on the job until I have all the parts together to just R&R them Thanks

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08-04-2002 21:52:47

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 Re: How Big a Job Is It? in reply to LH, 08-04-2002 13:10:35  
Use good square timbers to block up the tractor, take the wheel off, then the pan you mentioned. Biggest headache I remember is working upside down to remove a broken axle, and getting the snap rings off the axle. Snap ring pliers would be a big asset, but at that time I had none. Along with the bearings, replace the seals so you don't get oil leaks on the axle. Inside bearing cover snaps off with a chisel, hammer it back on like a wheel bearing cap. I & T manual is a real plus for parts ID and methods.

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08-04-2002 22:40:03

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 Re: Re: How Big a Job Is It? in reply to JMS/MN, 08-04-2002 21:52:47  
Thanks for the info, I will probably wait until the weather cools down some before tacling this job since I hafta work outside and iit's hot here now.

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