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Fordfarmer

05-10-2019 16:46:30




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New PTO input shaft came today, should have time to put it in tomorrow. Since I've never done a rear split before, should I put the gasket in dry, or with a little non-hardening Permatex?




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RickB

05-11-2019 02:36:18




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 Re: 5000 rear split in reply to Fordfarmer, 05-10-2019 16:46:30  
I like the aerosol Hi Tack for gaskets like that when mating surfaces are clean and flawless. Used on one side it does a nice job of keeping a gasket in place.



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bern

05-10-2019 17:29:07




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 Re: 5000 rear split in reply to Fordfarmer, 05-10-2019 16:46:30  
Dry is fine as long as the mating surfaces are clean.



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Fordfarmer

05-10-2019 17:49:12




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 Re: 5000 rear split in reply to bern, 05-10-2019 17:29:07  
The way the old gasket came off, that's what I was kinda thinking, but I figured it was best to ask. I appreciate all the experience and knowledge that's shared here.



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SkipperII

05-10-2019 20:23:30




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 Re: 5000 rear split in reply to Fordfarmer, 05-10-2019 17:49:12  
Make sure you get the bolts real tight when you reassemble it. If you don't, they sections will actually twist, then tear the gasket. We got a lot of new ones that did it. Became standard procedure to tighten everyone that came through the door.



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Fordfarmer

05-11-2019 07:18:13




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 Re: 5000 rear split in reply to SkipperII, 05-10-2019 20:23:30  
There are torque values in the manual... they will be followed.



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Bern

05-11-2019 05:25:39




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 Re: 5000 rear split in reply to SkipperII, 05-10-2019 20:23:30  
There's no way it can twist with the dowels in place - are you sure you are talking about Fords here? I've never seen a Ford tractor come loose at that joint and do what you describe. A person would have to intentionally take the dowels out in order for that to happen.

What new model Ford tractors did you feel it necessary to do that to?



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