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Camshaft removal from Case 930 block

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01-16-2003 16:10:11

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Theres a worm gear in the block that has to be removed to get the crank out, Can anyone give me some assistance on how to do this.
Thanks much

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01-16-2003 21:11:17

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 Re: Camshaft removal from Case 930 block in reply to MGM, 01-16-2003 16:10:11  
It's been 20 years since i've done this but here goes ---to pull the tach drive you can make a puller out of a bolt and nut. I think it was 3/4 NF (match it with the tach cable end) drill a hole in the end of the bolt to fit over the driver. screw the bolt into the drive with the nut on it and a piece of pipe and a washer. then tighten the nut down an pull the driver into the pipe. hope this helps.

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John Saeli

01-16-2003 17:25:38

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 Re: Camshaft removal from Case 930 block in reply to MGM, 01-16-2003 16:10:11  
Mike; Your request is a little confusing. The title makes reference to the camshaft, but your message says "crankshaft". The worm gear is cast on the camshaft. The camshaft should slide out the front of the engine. It's been so long since I have had one out it's hard to recall, but I think the tach drive may have to come out. If that is what you are referring to you need a special tool to pull it up. Most guys made their own tool.

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01-17-2003 03:49:35

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 Re: Re: Camshaft removal from Case 930 block in reply to John Saeli, 01-16-2003 17:25:38  
Thanks for info guys, yeah John it was the Camshaft, whoops, the home made tool sounds good.
Thanks again

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