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Deere37

01-05-2021 16:15:22




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Couple bearings went out on the input shaft. On transmission .. . Backed it up on ramps and dropped the gearbox . . Not a terrible job still dont wanna do it everyday though.. chase down bearings tommorow and back together . Hopefully with enough time to grind feed ...




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DoubleR

01-07-2021 17:28:18




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 Re: Gehl 95 mixall in reply to Deere37, 01-05-2021 16:15:22  
I had a JD 400 Mixer for a long time. The guy that had before me put a new gear box on it and said it was really a big job. The box started leaking and wobbling some. JD dealer said no parts available for it. I decided to sell it and got a Artsway 425 that manufacture said they still have parts for it. Good luck with your Gehl, sounds like you got a handle on it.



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centerplate

01-07-2021 07:54:28




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 Re: Gehl 95 mixall in reply to Deere37, 01-05-2021 16:15:22  
On our Gehl 95 it broke the gearbox and there are no new ones to be found. Some one pointed us to a Gehl 135 with a bad blower shaft. We then located a good gearbox of a Gehl 95 that was rusted out. Hooray!



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rrlund

01-06-2021 06:55:07




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 Re: Gehl 95 mixall in reply to Deere37, 01-05-2021 16:15:22  
I had a Gehl 65. Seems like the gear box was the weak spot on that one. I must have had it out of there at least three times.



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FastFarmall

01-06-2021 08:05:00




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 Re: Gehl 95 mixall in reply to rrlund, 01-06-2021 06:55:07  
That little 65 mx mill was the first one i ever used as a young man, i was impressed, but didn't care for the dealer, ended up buying a Arts way, the dealer eventually got locked down by the IRS or a Bankruptcy judge or some thing, with the customers machinery in there, Locked up for weeks! and he never went to jail !!!



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paul

01-07-2021 00:04:25




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 Re: Gehl 95 mixall in reply to FastFarmall, 01-06-2021 08:05:00  
Dad had a 55, I got a well used 65. They made a lot of feed.

Paul



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ztrmowers

01-06-2021 06:20:22




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 Re: Gehl 95 mixall in reply to Deere37, 01-05-2021 16:15:22  
used to have one of those units held up real well overall whe consider did 5 to six loads a day lots time. wew had over 500 fat cattle, hogs, and over 300 hd sheep. spent alot time making feed. i do miss the gattle today but not all the frozen water issues and debt. trying to get on ss now



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