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460 ta puller build

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mfro75

01-09-2018 13:28:19




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Iím building a 460 farmall for pulling tractor.... deleted hyd pump put in hy capacity ta.... my question is if I plug oil galleys in ta housing where hytrans runs back to transmission will the housing hold the oil or will it escape out the back side of the ta back into trans? Any help is appreciated




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pete 23

01-10-2018 15:00:13




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 Re: 460 ta puller build in reply to mfro75, 01-09-2018 13:28:19  
Well, not really following your question or the answer given. There is no oil supplied to any part of the TA by the hydraulic pump or any other oil pump. It is merely slung up by the gears and run down a trough . If you mean plugging all oil drains and inlets between the rear section and clutch housing, the oil will still escape through the rear of the planetary gear transmission input shaft so planetary would run dry in short order.

But, no need to plug anything. Just put a plate where hydraulic pump was mounted and good to go. Also, realize the return from hydraulics does lubricate differential and bull pinions but for low run time pulling that would not be a problem.

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ihtimmy

01-09-2018 16:23:54




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 Re: 460 ta puller build in reply to mfro75, 01-09-2018 13:28:19  
Oil will oil the TA just picture TA at everything back together delete the plate I donít hydraulic pump and fill it like it supposed toAdd a little extra oil it will lube



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ihtimmy

01-10-2018 10:21:41




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 Re: 460 ta puller build in reply to ihtimmy, 01-09-2018 16:23:54  
Hydraulic pump is not oil the TA it has a cavity in the rear TA cover and is this place fared through the ports on the clutch side



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mfro75

01-10-2018 09:27:58




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 Re: 460 ta puller build in reply to ihtimmy, 01-09-2018 16:23:54  
Iím not really following you here is there is no pump to supply oil to the ta how would it get up there?



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mfro75

01-10-2018 09:29:19




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 Re: 460 ta puller build in reply to mfro75, 01-10-2018 09:27:58  
Sorry for the bad typing I meant to say if there is no pump how would the oil get to the ta?



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