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MF35 transmission input shaft

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Jwolf1

09-07-2020 06:02:27




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Does anyone know which way the cutout on the transmission input shaft housing should be up or down. It came out facing down but Iím not sure if thatís correct because shaft was leaking




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miner09

09-07-2020 11:33:26




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 Re: MF35 transmission input shaft in reply to Jwolf1, 09-07-2020 06:02:27  
Goes down so the lower gear can run against output shaft. The gear that you drop down to remove assembly from transmission. Be sure and put washer that has lip(lower gear) to inside so snap ring will go on.



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miner09

09-07-2020 11:35:40




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 Re: MF35 transmission input shaft in reply to miner09, 09-07-2020 11:33:26  
There is two seals. Most people miss this and only replace one.



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sunbeam

09-10-2020 21:06:50




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 Re: MF35 transmission input shaft in reply to miner09, 09-07-2020 11:35:40  
I thought the 2 seals were on the double disk clutch units



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Jim L WA

09-07-2020 09:58:40




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 Re: MF35 transmission input shaft in reply to Jwolf1, 09-07-2020 06:02:27  
From that first illustration that John Deere D posted, it looks like that cutout is there to provide clearance for that gear in the very front. So, yes it has to be down.



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John Deere D

09-07-2020 08:44:14




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 Re: MF35 transmission input shaft in reply to Jwolf1, 09-07-2020 06:02:27  
MF INFO:



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John Deere D

09-07-2020 08:40:17




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 Re: MF35 transmission input shaft in reply to Jwolf1, 09-07-2020 06:02:27  
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Does anyone know which way the cutout on the transmission input shaft housing should be up or down. It came out facing down but Iím not sure if thatís correct because shaft was leaking...

See pics from MF Service Manual .......

Cutout is down......
Hopeful a MF experienced Technician can verify...

Bob...

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