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11-02-2017 16:36:22

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Is it possible to replace the seal on the input shaft on the belly pump of an M without dropping the pump out?

I admit, I haven't seriously looked at it yet.

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11-03-2017 08:06:41

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 Re: Quick question........... in reply to Goose, 11-02-2017 16:36:22  
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On an H, the coupler can be removed first. With an M, the drive coupler needs to be aligned just right or the pump will not drop. You will want to make sure the transmission is in neutral.

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11-02-2017 18:16:43

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 Re: Quick question........... in reply to Goose, 11-02-2017 16:36:22  
Thanks for the responses. I'll drop the pump. I've done it on H's before but not an M.

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11-02-2017 17:57:22

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 Re: Quick question........... in reply to Goose, 11-02-2017 16:36:22  
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Think your going to need to drop it and then unless you weld up a special impact socket to remove the nut your going to have to take the pump apart enough to jam something between the gears while you take that coupler nut off. Picture of a junk pile fixture to remove the pump by myself.

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11-02-2017 17:07:37

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 Re: Quick question........... in reply to Goose, 11-02-2017 16:36:22  
most need to be lowered a little to disconnect the coupler.
I seem to remember opening the pump unit on mine to knock out the seal.
I think you are looking at a tough job to try it with the pump still in the belly.

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