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Case VAC drive shaft reassembly

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Eric F

09-12-2012 17:42:59




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The clutch went out. I split the tractor at the rear of the engine and found I also had a damaged release bearing assembly. Got one from Don and had local mechanic install the used one on the existing shaft. Also installed new pilot bearing. I guess I didn't pay enough attention when I pulled the shaft, but now I can't seem to get the splines at the rear of the shaft to align with anything...did a gear slip off the end of the shaft & drop to the bottom of the torque tube? Figured I'd stop and get help before I make things worse. Any ideas?

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Eric

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1031D

09-12-2012 17:56:37




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 Re: Case VAC drive shaft reassembly in reply to Eric F, 09-12-2012 17:42:59  
There's a splined coupler that connects the input shaft to the transmission. It could have fell off, would have to pull steering gear cover to confirm.



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Eric F

09-12-2012 18:01:22




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 Re: Case VAC drive shaft reassembly in reply to 1031D, 09-12-2012 17:56:37  
Thank you sir...I appreciate the help.



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