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bruce caum

05-10-2018 16:50:58

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i am trying to replace the seal at rear of lift cover.how do you get the clevis off the plunger.removed rubber plug removed clevis pin does clevis unscrew from plunger.thanks for an help.

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05-11-2018 04:21:39

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 Re: massey-ferguson 50 in reply to bruce caum, 05-10-2018 16:50:58  
As Steve said, being similar to the TO-35, when the rubber plug is removed, that should give you access to remove the pin which locks the clevis to the rod and prevents it from turning on the screw threads. Once the pin is out you still may find it challenging since they two parts generally rust together and there is no easy way to hold the rod from turning. I ended up making a simple tool to remove the large castellated nut from the cover, allowing me to remove the entire assembly and with a torch heating and cooling to eventually get the clevis to unscrew from the rod.

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bruce caum

05-11-2018 05:12:25

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 Re: massey-ferguson 50 in reply to graham_in_NJ, 05-11-2018 04:21:39  
thank you.

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05-10-2018 20:56:06

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 Re: massey-ferguson 50 in reply to bruce caum, 05-10-2018 16:50:58  
If it's like the TO35, and I think it is...

Yes it screws off. Problem is, there is no way to hold the rod to screw the clevis off.

I ended up reaching between the spring coils with the Sawzall, cutting the rod.

I had facilities to make a new one, but I believe they are available at reasonable cost.

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