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Re: Tractor split/Help!

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Dave Wis

12-07-2002 15:47:35

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Just a thought, did you try the new disc on the shaft before installing it on flywheel. I've had some that were burred and needed to be cleaned up before they would slip on freely. Also the only lineup tool I've found that works good every time is an old pilot shaft. Without one I have much better luck eyeballing them. The ones with a tapered guide allow too much movement, especially if everything is right on tolerances and needs to be lined up real close to slide together.

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12-07-2002 15:56:17

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 Re: Re: Tractor split/Help! in reply to Dave Wis, 12-07-2002 15:47:35  
I've never used an old shaft before. I'll have to see if I can dig one up. I did't try the disc on the shaft first either. I went ahead and pulled it back apart. Try again tomorrow. Thanks a bunch. I think maybe I need some time away from this thing.

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12-07-2002 18:58:41

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 Re: Re: Re: Tractor split/Help! in reply to JW, 12-07-2002 15:56:17  
yes, sometimes, walking away makes a great difference!!!!! I/ve fought split tractors for 2 - 3 hours, won't go!!!! walk away, have a cup of coffee, come back, and they fall together!!!!!!!!!

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12-08-2002 15:20:06

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Tractor split/Help! in reply to wheatland47, 12-07-2002 18:58:41  
To all who responded, Thanks a million!!!! Haven't had time to jump back on to the beast yet BUT I have given her a good talkin' to and with the feedback you fine folks have provided I'm certain that she will cooperate when next we meet!!!!!!!! Thanks again, JW
P.S. I'll post up when we vanquish the foe!!

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