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JD 7810 Power train Separation

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07-12-2018 15:19:35

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I'm trying to roll the power train from the frame on a 7810. Tractor has a power quad. I have the 12 bolts at the rear out. I cannot get the tractor to separate.. Are there any other bolts that hold the power train to the frame Or any tricks to getting it to separate? Thank you

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Tx Jim

07-13-2018 03:24:04

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 Re: JD 7810 Power train Separation in reply to fordfx413, 07-12-2018 15:19:35  
If I'm looking a correct place in parts catalog on rear trans housing I counted sixteen(16) bolts(keys 11 & 12).

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Tech 7

07-12-2018 19:17:23

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 Re: JD 7810 Power train Separation in reply to fordfx413, 07-12-2018 15:19:35  
Are they not kinda miserable??? Its been a while since I had one apart but I seem to remember them being kinda tight on the dowels. Of course there is no place to try to pry them open...sorry i cant help you more

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07-13-2018 05:02:46

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 Re: JD 7810 Power train Separation in reply to Tech 7, 07-12-2018 19:17:23  
I finally got the rear rolled away last night. I was just fighting the dowel pins. They were extremely rusty. I broke a lot of pry bars in the process. Thanks for the help!

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