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J.D. 410 engine removal

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01-02-2004 17:37:35

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Brother in-law has a 1975 jd 410 backhoe that needs a new ring gear, he wants to know how to un bolt the torque convertor, seems he can't find an access hole in the bellhousing, any help would be appreaciated. He wants a manual for it but jd wants $180 ouch!!!

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01-04-2004 09:11:56

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 Re: J.D. 410 engine removal in reply to bobdozer, 01-02-2004 17:37:35  
All connections are external...no internal bolts as there are on a torque converter flex-plate...Unbolt the bellhousing and other related hardware and the front half should roll forward. This machine has no converter...only a clutch disc and pressure plate...If it operates like it has a torque converter, then he might want to dig a little deeper once its split in half..

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01-02-2004 19:03:10

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 Re: J.D. 410 engine removal in reply to bobdozer, 01-02-2004 17:37:35  
I was a Deere mechanic up until around 1989 and never saw a 410 with a torque converter. Are your sure you've got the right machine? 410, as I recall, has a 4 cyliner engine, four speed trans, and usually, a hydraulic reverser.

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01-03-2004 11:59:30

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 Re: Re: J.D. 410 engine removal in reply to jdemarra, 01-02-2004 19:03:10  
He probably has a Ford mechanic working on it.

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