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Replaced ring gear bendix

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Tom/Idaho

04-29-2017 14:17:09




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350 TA Split the tractor and replaced the ring gear without removing the flywheel or clutch. Now I can get it to within about 3/4" and no closer. If I carefully try to pull it together with bolts (which I know is not a good idea)it will lock up and I can not turn the fan. So, I know it"s not going to work that way and I don"t want to break something by doing that. I split it several years ago to replace the TA and never had a problem like this. I did not replace the pilot bearing
I"m obviously doing something wrong, missing a step somewhere. I can not see anything in the gap between the engine and trans housing to prevent this from going together. Any suggestions?
Thanks, Tom/Idaho

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Janicholson

04-29-2017 14:56:34




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 Re: Replaced ring gear bendix in reply to Tom/Idaho, 04-29-2017 14:17:09  
Rotating the engine while the width of the split faces is just brushing the clutch disk splines, will assist in getting the clutch shaft into alignment. Make sure the gap is uniform all around, and not hanging on the bolts (vertical alignment). do not use the bolts to make it stab, because you will be tearing out the clutch hub. The IPTO drive is also a must fit shaft. Putting it in PTO on position, and rotating the PTO shaft can help. Jim

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Tom/Idaho

04-29-2017 15:06:56




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 Re: Replaced ring gear bendix in reply to Janicholson, 04-29-2017 14:56:34  
Should have stopped for a beer sooner. I had 4 guide bolts in and after removing them (two were binding) is "just "slid together. Thank you Jim for replying. You were right in the problem solving.
Tom/Idaho



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