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John(OR)

07-22-2015 07:37:27




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Been putting off replacing hydraulic tube through 901 Selecto Speed transmission. Start filling trans. in mid sixties we've been draining trans. and pouring back since then worked fine for years. Few days ago lifting some heavy stuff with boom pole has gotten worse so time to fix. I am not comfortable splitting the SOS. Would I be better off trying to sleeve it from front (manifold) or do a rear split. I'm old (70) and working by myself. Thanks

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soundguy

07-22-2015 07:47:39




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 Re: Bite the bullet in reply to John(OR), 07-22-2015 07:37:27  
unless the sos trans is much different than a 4 or 5 speed, you can pull the hyd manifold and then you can see the pressure and suction lines.

If you are going to get a new tube made, then you can snatch the old tube out, from the outside.

Credit: Hobo for this tip, about using a tap to lightly thread the id of the tube, then you can screw a bolt in and use that to snatch the old tube out with a slide hammer or similar.

Or you can go the sleeve route with tubing and epoxy.

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John(OR)

07-22-2015 14:33:16




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 Re: Bite the bullet in reply to soundguy, 07-22-2015 07:47:39  
I understand the sleeving but if I went with new tube how would I know if it went where it was supposed to when I pushed it in are there guides in trans?



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soundguy

07-22-2015 15:05:17




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 Re: Bite the bullet in reply to John(OR), 07-22-2015 14:33:16  
It only can go in one way :)

It is also a special stepped diameter tube, so it will need to be made or found nos.



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