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How to replace throwout bearing in Farmall H?

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sammygunns1

07-03-2020 11:04:18




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Can anyone tell me the procedure to replace the throwout bearing on an H? Im ready to hang the engine on the tractor and since I installed a new clutch, Id like to do the throwout bearing while I have the tractor split. TIA




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fbh44

07-04-2020 08:19:31




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 Re: How to replace throwout bearing in Farmall H? in reply to sammygunns1, 07-03-2020 11:04:18  
I discovered the hard way the 4-bolt coupler gizmo on the end of the drive shaft will go back together two ways. The only CORRECT way is to install it so there is the maximum space inside; if you assemble it so the thing is close together, the drive shaft will not fit up into the pilot bearing, and will flip and flop around and destroy things.



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David G

07-05-2020 07:47:03




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 Re: How to replace throwout bearing in Farmall H? in reply to fbh44, 07-04-2020 08:19:31  
Agreed, that is easy to do.



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gab

07-03-2020 20:09:43




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 Re: How to replace throwout bearing in Farmall H? in reply to sammygunns1, 07-03-2020 11:04:18  
It's been 6 or eight years since I had my Super M apart but my memory sucks. It's not hard to do though, might have to take the release cross shaft out and a carrier. You'll get it.



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David G

07-03-2020 12:51:52




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 Re: How to replace throwout bearing in Farmall H? in reply to sammygunns1, 07-03-2020 11:04:18  
Also good time to replace rear main seal if leaking any.



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Janicholson

07-03-2020 12:16:15




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 Re: How to replace throwout bearing in Farmall H? in reply to sammygunns1, 07-03-2020 11:04:18  
The bearing carrier slides on an aluminum pilot shaft that is bolted to the top of the housing. There is a fork that pushes it, and holds it from turning that pivots on the cross shaft. It comes apart easily. The bearing is removed from the carrier using a bearing splitter, and a hydraulic press. The new bearing is pressed on using that same press, and a ring shaped tool to keep everything straight. Jim

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