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Pulling the 811B tranny

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07-06-2020 05:44:26

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I have some feelers out to some other sources (John Saeli), but I thought someone here might know- I have to get into the tranny on my COM 811B. Looks like the COM has to come apart with it when slit from the engine. Has anyone done this job recently, and if so, are there many gaskets or seals required for the COM specifically when they are pulled from the tranny? I have a copy of the Case shop manual, but it's not real clear. There seems to be a bad bearing on the bottom shaft in the tranny, so that's the target.

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07-08-2020 05:54:07

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 Re: Pulling the 811B tranny in reply to Bret4207, 07-06-2020 05:44:26  
Thanks Jean, I have the manuals. Trying to figure the specifics of the repairs out now.

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jean claude marleau

07-07-2020 06:58:38

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 Re: Pulling the 811B tranny in reply to Bret4207, 07-06-2020 05:44:26  
I do have a service section for the com is it a 11'' com or a 13'' com. my e mail is jcmarleau@aol.com

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Eagle Doc

07-06-2020 21:04:46

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 Re: Pulling the 811B tranny in reply to Bret4207, 07-06-2020 05:44:26  
The torque converter can be removed as a unit. A CASE service manual should show how to make a tool to remove it. Maybe you could find one close to you that you could use.

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07-06-2020 19:07:29

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 Re: Pulling the 811B tranny in reply to Bret4207, 07-06-2020 05:44:26  
The torque converter is directly behind the engine flywheel and it runs in oil. so yes there are several seals in there.. You need a manual to remove the com without messing it up. Not a hard job just needs to be done right.

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