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TACHOMETER DRIVE REMOVAL

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LARRY DIMMICH

04-21-2009 18:28:03




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COULD SOMEONE PLEASE TELL ME HOW TO REMOVE THE TACHOMETER DRIVE FROM THE SIDE OF THE BLOCK ON A 1070 CASE TRACTOR?
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ranchingelec

04-27-2009 00:17:48




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 Re: TACHOMETER DRIVE REMOVAL in reply to LARRY DIMMICH, 04-21-2009 18:28:03  
Drop the oil pan and use a long drift.Knock the drive out from the bottom up. A bit more work than getting a puller, but if your 30 miles from town and the dealer is not willing to lend tools, this may be an option.



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4435

04-21-2009 19:32:47




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 Re: TACHOMETER DRIVE REMOVAL in reply to LARRY DIMMICH, 04-21-2009 18:28:03  
I used a male case coupler. Took the guts out of it, used a 3/8 bolt thru the open hole, piece of pipe large enough to allow the drive assembly to pass thru it and a thick washer wide enough to bridge my pipe. Don't really understand why case threads and tachometer threads are the same but they are. Tom



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dboll

04-21-2009 19:07:26




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 Re: TACHOMETER DRIVE REMOVAL in reply to LARRY DIMMICH, 04-21-2009 18:28:03  
borrow a puller from a Case shop or make one according to the instructions in an I&T manual. Threads on tach drive are 3/4-20 u.n. extra fine.



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j heitkemper

04-21-2009 19:28:17




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 Re: TACHOMETER DRIVE REMOVAL in reply to dboll, 04-21-2009 19:07:26  
I gave uip , Before I broke something ,, SO THE CABLE IS THREADED !,,,



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