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Farmall H drive Dog seal removal

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Jawhiz1

04-13-2017 13:49:18




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Can anyone tell me how the two shafts come out it would be the two that connect the bell pump to the back pretty sure you don't have to split this tractor to change them. Hopefully someone can shed some light on this for me




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Jawhiz1

04-14-2017 13:37:10




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 Re: Farmall H drive Dog seal removal in reply to Jawhiz1, 04-13-2017 13:49:18  
Thank you very much much appreciated



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Jawhiz1

04-14-2017 08:54:43




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 Re: Farmall H drive Dog seal removal in reply to Jawhiz1, 04-13-2017 13:49:18  
Do they spin counterclockwise?]



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John M

04-14-2017 13:17:11




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 Re: Farmall H drive Dog seal removal in reply to Jawhiz1, 04-14-2017 08:54:43  
Yup



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Jawhiz1

04-14-2017 01:57:49




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 Re: Farmall H drive Dog seal removal in reply to Jawhiz1, 04-13-2017 13:49:18  
Ok the shafts is held together with cotter pins in the center connecting the front to the back so taking the center piece out which is the simple part. Now I want to remove the shafts themselves so I can replace the seals where I can stop the leaks



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John M

04-14-2017 03:24:02




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 Re: Farmall H drive Dog seal removal in reply to Jawhiz1, 04-14-2017 01:57:49  
The drive dog should unscrew. It may be a pian to get off. Put the tractor in gear, lock the brakes. At this point, sone use a pipewrench, some make a socket to use with an impact. Nut comes off, remove 3 bolts, replace the seal. Top is pretty much the same, except no drive dog to spin off. Take it all apart, take seal housing off relace seal and reverse.



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fbh44

04-14-2017 01:24:32




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 Re: Farmall H drive Dog seal removal in reply to Jawhiz1, 04-13-2017 13:49:18  
Not sure exactly what you're asking, but if you remove the 4 taper bolts / nuts / washers in the bent ring gizmo, on the end of that short drive shaft, everything will just come out or slide out. NOTE--- when you reassemble everything, the bent ring gizmo can be re-installed two ways; with the maximum amount of space inside, and with the minimum amount of space. [Pivot it around and you'll see.] BIG DIFFERENCE! Install it with the MAXIMUM around of space. Otherwise that short drive shaft will not be seated inside the pilot bearing. There, I've just saved you a learning curve and a hard expensive lesson to learn. It can all be done without splitting, just wear some safety glasses to keep the grit out of your eyes.

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John M

04-13-2017 17:57:30




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 Re: Farmall H drive Dog seal removal in reply to Jawhiz1, 04-13-2017 13:49:18  
The belly pump drive shaft? Pull the cotter pins, slide the collars in and it should just about fall out.



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