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Flat Rate for a Farmall M upper transmission seal

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TVIron

01-12-2021 14:48:20




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I am trying to find the hours required to change the upper transmission seal using either the I-H flat rate manual or the I & T (Implement and Tractor) flat rate for an upper seal.




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kevinj54

01-13-2021 15:34:36




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 Re: Flat Rate for a Farmall M upper transmission s in reply to TVIron, 01-12-2021 14:48:20  
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Ya must drink slow!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D
I would estimate at 4 beers!!!



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rustred

01-13-2021 17:07:10




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 Re: Flat Rate for a Farmall M upper transmission s in reply to kevinj54, 01-13-2021 15:34:36  
that explains why it fell of the forklift! lol.



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The tractor vet

01-13-2021 09:07:30




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 Re: Flat Rate for a Farmall M upper transmission seal in reply to TVIron, 01-12-2021 14:48:20  
That is a two beer job .



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rustred

01-12-2021 17:27:41




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 Re: Flat Rate for a Farmall M upper transmission seal in reply to TVIron, 01-12-2021 14:48:20  
Are u paying the bill? Or charging for the job. Seams odd u ask 2 times here when u got good answers.



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Janicholson

01-12-2021 15:34:25




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 Re: Flat Rate for a Farmall M upper transmission seal in reply to TVIron, 01-12-2021 14:48:20  
I told you in your last post. There might be a number, but it is meaningless. I would expect a shop with appropriate tools and experience to do it for 5 hours plus parts. Jim



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David G

01-12-2021 16:00:31




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 Re: Flat Rate for a Farmall M upper transmission seal in reply to Janicholson, 01-12-2021 15:34:25  
Can you unbolt the coupler and do it without a split?

I just do not remember.



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busboy

01-12-2021 16:08:04




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 Re: Flat Rate for a Farmall M upper transmission seal in reply to David G, 01-12-2021 16:00:31  
Yes you can, but id split it. it would make the job easier.



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used red mn

01-12-2021 16:54:23




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 Re: Flat Rate for a Farmall M upper transmission seal in reply to busboy, 01-12-2021 16:08:04  
On an M if you have the belly pump it is my understanding that the pump has to be lowered to remove the belly pump stub drive puck. So that will require additional time over the same job on an H. There is a replacement two piece drive puck that has a cotter pin that allows removal without dropping the pump. It has been a long time since I looked up in that cavity on an M with a belly pump to see how much room is up there. Mine has live hydraulics and the pump is converted to a reservoir using a special aftermarket plate that removes the guts. I am attaching a video of a gentleman explaining the two piece drive puck.

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Jd39b

01-12-2021 16:07:18




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 Re: Flat Rate for a Farmall M upper transmission seal in reply to David G, 01-12-2021 16:00:31  
Yes. No split involved.



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