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1935 John Deere B flywheel numbers

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nashranch

01-11-2021 17:26:46




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Have a small leak out of the seal on the crank, flywheel side. So I removed flywheel to clean up and reseal the gasket on that housing. Cork looked good. Anybody know what the 44 stamped into the flywheel is for? Right next to the TDC mark




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nashranch

01-15-2021 13:32:56




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 Re: 1935 John Deere B flywheel numbers in reply to nashranch, 01-11-2021 17:26:46  
Mine's not on steel anymore. But I took apart clutch today and we have a 44 on the clutch driver so a match with the crank and flywheel. Somebody has had this apart before and didn't put the clutch driver back on in the keyed position. If I remember right the flywheel was on wrong too.





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rla

01-14-2021 10:43:15




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 Re: 1935 John Deere B flywheel numbers in reply to nashranch, 01-11-2021 17:26:46  
Never too old to learn something.. Just last night I got called to help a friend out on a 1939 or 40 A he's been working on. I assumed this tractor had some kind of J/Deere Electric start kit installed on it, It's 4sp A But a slant dash push button start, This post got my attention . Low & behold the flywheel has a 33 along with a crank shaft stamped 33.. I had assumed this was build as a hand crank?

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6cylpower

01-13-2021 19:13:53




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 Re: 1935 John Deere B flywheel numbers in reply to nashranch, 01-11-2021 17:26:46  
Have matching crank, flywheel, and clutch driver numbers on a 46 B



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dan_41jdh

01-12-2021 17:59:18




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 Re: 1935 John Deere B flywheel numbers in reply to nashranch, 01-11-2021 17:26:46  
Yes, looks like those two were matched at the factory.
Here are some shots of a '39 "H" in my shop.

I know the numbers are "supposed" to match, but I don't know the significance of the numbers. It would be interesting to see how many different numbers folks can report.


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nashranch

01-12-2021 16:41:25




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 Re: 1935 John Deere B flywheel numbers in reply to nashranch, 01-11-2021 17:26:46  
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Got one ordered MSD

We have a match on the crank and the flywheel





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MSD

01-12-2021 06:31:09




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 Re: 1935 John Deere B flywheel numbers in reply to nashranch, 01-11-2021 17:26:46  
You didn't change then $12 cork seal while you had it apart??



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dan_41jdh

01-12-2021 05:07:50




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 Re: 1935 John Deere B flywheel numbers in reply to nashranch, 01-11-2021 17:26:46  
I've been told that those numbers on the flywheel should match with numbers stamped into the end of your crankshaft if both items are original. Apparently, the flywheels and crankshafts were balanced as assemblies and those numbers were stamped into a matched assembly. The pictures are of my 1942 H - kinda hard to see because of the paint, but those numbers are "222".


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old

01-12-2021 17:03:00




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 Re: 1935 John Deere B flywheel numbers in reply to dan_41jdh, 01-12-2021 05:07:50  
See now you are going to make me have to look at my 1935 JD B that my grand father got in 1940 to see if the numbers match.



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svcummins

01-15-2021 01:26:02




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 Re: 1935 John Deere B flywheel numbers in reply to old, 01-12-2021 17:03:00  
Is that b still on steel ?



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old

01-15-2021 07:05:35




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 Re: 1935 John Deere B flywheel numbers in reply to svcummins, 01-15-2021 01:26:02  
Yes it is



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Pete in MD

01-12-2021 06:35:01




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 Re: 1935 John Deere B flywheel numbers in reply to dan_41jdh, 01-12-2021 05:07:50  
That makes sense Dan. I wonder if that holds true for the clutch drive disk too. I know both the flywheel and clutch driver are unbalanced themselves and when installed correctly they offset the imbalance so that the flywheel, crank, clutch driver, and pistons/rods are a balanced assembly.



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