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Trans shaft on a G

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Mark

03-15-2003 16:17:04




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I have pulled the engine out of My G tractor. The splined shaft coming out of the transmission that goes into the clutch disc has a about 1/4 in movement, I plan of replacing the seal around this shaft before putting all back together. Is this movement normal, or should the shaft be rock-solid without side movement of any kind. I'm not thrilled about getting into the transmission if I don't have to..Thanks for the help, Mark

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Eric Egland

03-15-2003 18:30:44




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 Re: Trans shaft on a G in reply to Mark, 03-15-2003 16:17:04  
Mark, Just looked at another one, this has 3/32 slop. Anyway, the shaft is located by the bearing and pilot bushing, so the slop is an indication of seal condition.



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Eric Egland

03-15-2003 18:22:39




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 Re: Trans shaft on a G in reply to Mark, 03-15-2003 16:17:04  
Mark, I checked 2 clutch housings that are opened up, and measure 1/32 on one and 1/16 on the other. The only thing I can see that would let this happen is the seal, an easy fix. I can't believe the bearing could be the bad part. Good luck.



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