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John Deere 990 4-wheel drive

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Captain Bill

06-02-2020 16:23:54




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I have a John Deere 990 tractor. The tractor and transmission shift into 4-wheel drive and function properly. The shaft coming out of the front of the transmission is slipping. I pulled back the metal housing surrounding the shaft at the transmission and ball bearings fell out. I plan to order the 12 ball bearings, the cap that goes over them, and the rubber boot. How does all this go back together? Any help is greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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Captain Bill

06-04-2020 16:04:11




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 Re: John Deere 990 4-wheel drive in reply to Captain Bill, 06-02-2020 16:23:54  
Thank you for the reply. I have a manual which doesn't show much. Just trying to figure out how to keep all 12 ball bearings on the shaft while I put it back together. In the past I have covered them with heavy sticky grease. Was hoping someone had done this repair in the past and could give me some pointers. Thanks again.



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Captain Bill

06-04-2020 15:58:56




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 Re: John Deere 990 4-wheel drive in reply to Captain Bill, 06-02-2020 16:23:54  
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Thank you for the reply. I actually have the parts diagram and a copy of the manual - neither of which show the detail on how to get all 12 ball bearings situated around the shaft while I put it back together. In the past I have coated them with heavy sticky grease and hope they stay in place while I get it all together. Was just hoping someone has done this replacement before and could give me a few hints. Thanks.

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JoeM(GA)

06-03-2020 07:26:09




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 Re: John Deere 990 4-wheel drive in reply to Captain Bill, 06-02-2020 16:23:54  
Captain Bill I have a PDF of the technical manual you're welcome to, shoot me your email if wanted

Joe



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lfnel

06-03-2020 03:21:42




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 Re: John Deere 990 4-wheel drive in reply to Captain Bill, 06-02-2020 16:23:54  
Look at JD on-line parts site. Though not as good or accurate as it used to be, still it will be of lots of help. Buying an on-line service manual may be a good investment



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