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Gaskets on axle shaft

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12-17-2020 14:05:30

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Installing new rear brakes, seals, and bearings on te20. Shouldn't there be gasket, shim, gasket, then axle housing in that order inside to outside? I don't think the previous owner knew what they were doing when this was torn apart who knows when. Thanks for any help with this! Bill

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12-17-2020 18:02:17

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 Re: Gaskets on axle shaft in reply to Billt, 12-17-2020 14:05:30  
Thanks again Bob!

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12-17-2020 16:27:40

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 Re: Gaskets on axle shaft in reply to Billt, 12-17-2020 14:05:30  
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Thanks again John Deere D, you have been a great help. Where does one get a parts Manuel like you have in the pics you sent. I take it you are a John Deere guy. My dad had a couple of them a R, and 80. He sold them on his auction in 2005. He did keep his 1918 Rumley 20-40 model G and that is at my place now. I appreciate your help and quick response. Thanks Bill

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12-17-2020 17:52:06

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 Re: Gaskets on axle shaft in reply to Billt, 12-17-2020 16:27:40  
Your welcome "Billt"
When I was five years of age my legs were to short to operate the clutch and brake pedals of my parents 8-N..
My Father attached wood blocks...........suddenly I had 4" longer legs.....LOL

The first Tractor I ever was able to operate with out WOOD BLOCKS was the Neighbors John Deere "D"...I was six years of age...

In 2003 I purchased the above mentioned John Deere "D"....my legs are now proportional to my overall 6' height...LOL

Tractors of all and any colour ...there all interesting...
I happen to own a TEA-20 Ferguson,(also three parts TEA-20's) as well as other Tractors.......
On the internet I entered..... Ferguson PARTS BOOK 693 041 M2

I purchased the TWO Parts Books that were on e-bay..

I entered....... ORIGINAL HARRY FERGUSON SERVICE MANUAL on the internet and one showed up on a buy and sell called KIJIJI......

The same manual was also on e-bay on the Australian e-bay.......

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12-17-2020 14:54:50

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As per pics.

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