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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

What is the name of this part?

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Zach

09-28-2004 20:28:14




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I need to know the name of the big gear that seats in the middle of the crawler in the housing under the drivers seat in a John Deere 350b. Also what is the correct name for the axles that the big gear turns which go to the final drives? Part numbers would be nice. That gear and axle are toast axle in two piece and wore the lip off of the big gear. Also what is the name of the plate on each side of the housing that separte the housing from final drive thats broken also. along with all the bearings and seals. Thanks its all apart just need new parts and I can put it back together!!!

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Heat Houser

09-30-2004 13:04:33




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 Re: What is the name of this part? in reply to Zach, 09-28-2004 20:28:14  
To view online parts books got to:
http://www.deere.com/en_US/cfd/construction/deere_const/service_support/cps.html
In the middle of the page, click on "Sign in or register for CPS secured applications."
At the log in page, click on "Need to Register."
Get your user name and password and go back to the need to register page and sign in.
You can also go directly to:http://jdpc.deere.com/ once you have your password and sign in from there.

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dsldr

09-29-2004 06:12:16




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 Re: What is the name of this part? in reply to Zach, 09-28-2004 20:28:14  
In the center should be the bevel gear compartment. This will have the ring gear and the pinion gear in it (bevel gears). Either side of this will be the steering clutch compartments. To this the final drives will bolt on. The shafts coming out of the ring gear will be called either axle shafts or quill shafts, I can't recall which JD likes to use. Hope this does not totally confuse you. Good luck.

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Zach

09-30-2004 20:37:47




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 Re: What is the name of this part? in reply to dsldr, 09-29-2004 06:12:16  
Well its call the drive shaft go figure, and the gear is called a ring gear and hub. I only need the hub. If some knows where I can get the drive shaft and hub I would greatly apprecitate it. And thanks for the jd.com help, it helped alot. Thanks.



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