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Late 1070 Removing C2-C3 Clutch assembly

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09-15-2020 19:26:44

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I am having trouble removing the c2-c3 assembly from the oil distributor shaft. The retaining ring is removed that holds c2 to the shaft. My first power shift reseal. Assembly seems stuck on the shaft. Is it common for clutches to bind on the shaft or sealing rings to stick in the oil distributor? Any good way to use a jaw puller and push on the shaft? Any help would be appreciated. Kevin

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09-16-2020 06:20:53

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 Re: Late 1070 Removing C2-C3 Clutch assembly in reply to DeSa, 09-15-2020 19:26:44  

If that is the late unit I think the cap screw heads are visible that hold the C2-C3 clutch pack together, I have seen people just disassemble it in place and take the pieces off separately, Earlier unit the cap screws came through from the backside so this is not possible. keep us posted.

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09-16-2020 08:41:04

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 Re: Late 1070 Removing C2-C3 Clutch assembly in reply to mEl, 09-16-2020 06:20:53  
MEL, thank you for your help. The serial number of tractor is 8834557. The cap screws are on the back side,going in from c-3. You can see the threaded end of bolts almost showing on the front of c2. Front meaning front of tractor, back meaning rear of tractor. Looks just like the case manual shows in the picture when the snap ring is removed from in front of c-2. Manual shows some one lifting it off the pto shaft by hand (after pulled loose). This tractor has the pto shaft going through the center of the oil distributors shaft. I have not used force on the clutch-ring gear assembly, don't want to damage anything. Hard to get anything behind it. I could put a puller on the ring gear assembly but would have to use the pto shaft or oil distributor shaft as a push point. Perhaps a crow bar the right size would fit behind the c-3. Open to ideas. Kevin

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09-16-2020 12:51:25

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 Re: Late 1070 Removing C2-C3 Clutch assembly in reply to DeSa, 09-16-2020 08:41:04  
Got it. Two of the right size hook bars behind it. Come off a little snug. Everything looks ok. Thank you.

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