Pilot bearing locked up on my WD-45 & scored the clutch shaft..motor , PTO ,oil pump are out...will this shaft come out if I remove bell housing or do I have to remove torque tube also...service manual is not much help...thanks ...Kent
Re: clutch shaft in reply to old, 09-19-2007 07:39:57
Sorry I was"t clear ..the engine is out...looking at the shaft that fits in pilot bearing...will this shaft come out the front without removing bell housing ?..there are two bolts behind trowout bearing...thinking maybe I can pull these & pull shaft out this way or will bell housing have to come off ??thanks ...Kent
Re: clutch shaft in reply to kendak, 09-19-2007 12:46:23
Remove the starter from the bell housing and then unbolt the cover that lies below it. Remove the splash shield that is under this cover and look in. There you will see the drive gear for a belt pulley and behind it a large bearing seated in the casting wall. In the chamber behind that, if you have removed the hydraulic pump, you will see the cam lobes machined into the shaft. These are all things that you would have to pull through the small oil seal hole in the front of the bell housing to use your proposed method.
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