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WD 45 part needed

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03-31-2004 18:11:41

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I need to split my WD 45 and replace the drive gear that turns the PTO when it is engaged. Broken teeth, big mess. Anyone have one that they would part with? Thanks, Paul

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Tim in NY

04-02-2004 04:18:26

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 Re: WD 45 part needed in reply to Paul, 03-31-2004 18:11:41  
Paul, I have the gears that you need, email me if you still need them. Thanks, Tim

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04-01-2004 07:35:35

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 Re: WD 45 part needed in reply to Paul, 03-31-2004 18:11:41  
I don't have any parts, but you had better have ALL the gears magnafluxed...along with the lower output housing....those "ears" can crack too and may have been stressed when the gear went.. Get them ALL checked...you don't want to do this twice..!! I never let anyone else use my WD-45 on the pto.. It is too easy to screw the gears up by not putting the transmission in gear First..!! Usually you will find a tooth off the gear driven by the top gear..I think you will probably end up replacing that gear, too...it had to take a beating, when the top one let go...!!!

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04-01-2004 18:21:01

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 Re: Re: WD 45 part needed in reply to Ron, 04-01-2004 07:35:35  
Ron, I have already aquired a new to me PTO with all the gears in good condition. I just got done putting new bearings/races and seals in it... Is there anything I should know before I split this tractor to replace the drive gear? It looks pretty straight forward to me. Thanks for any insight you can give me. Paul

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den/southern illinois

04-01-2004 18:49:35

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 Re: Re: Re: WD 45 part needed in reply to Paul, 04-01-2004 18:21:01  
I may have some of the parts you need. I know that I have the gearbox that goes below the rear end. I would have to check on the gears that go in the rear end. Let me know if I can help. Den

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04-04-2004 19:09:39

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: WD 45 part needed in reply to den/southern illinois, 04-01-2004 18:49:35  
If you find out that you have the gear please let me know. Post here or email me at williams22470@hotmail.com Thanks, Paul

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04-01-2004 18:49:17

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 Re: Re: Re: WD 45 part needed in reply to Paul, 04-01-2004 18:21:01  
There is a drive gear that the clutch is bolted to and an idler gear that this one drives.You will need to take the torque tube out I think to get to and drive out the axle the idler rides on. It should have .010 to .040" end clearance I think. Made a new shim for mine to go behind the thrust washers. Recomend you get a copy of the original shop manual.

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04-04-2004 19:12:47

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: WD 45 part needed in reply to wdTom, 04-01-2004 18:49:17  
wdTom I sorta figured that the tractor had to be split to do this..... Now I know for sure. Just bought an original manual off of Ebay so when it gets here it should help clear things up for me... Thanks, Paul

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