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Ray Oh

03-20-2002 16:26:36

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Going To Look At A 9N Tommorrow & The Old Guy Said It Has A Tooth Out Of First Gear. Other Than Splitting The Tractor How Much Of A Job Is It To Put A New Gear In? Thanks

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03-21-2002 06:07:08

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 Re: 1ST Gear in reply to Ray Oh, 03-20-2002 16:26:36  
Watch Out it will be like a needle in your arm. I took ours apart to repair the trans, same problem. I was lucky enough to get another trans for free and rebearing and seal it ahead of time. My problem was I figured I should paint the new tranny. Well now the rest didn't look right so I ended up tearing apart a whole bunch of stuff blasting, painting,some body work. Next thing I knew I had put new bearings,seals,front & rear, brakes and rebuilt the Hyd. pump, rewired,Clutch,etc. etc.
It was worth the $5-600 and two months I put into it. I really learned alot about that machine, I just wish I had know about this site at the time! I would have done some things differently. It went back to work and Pa was real proud of it and glad one of the offspring that abused it in its earlier years had to do the work on it!

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Mark Hendershot

03-20-2002 16:41:53

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 Re: 1ST Gear in reply to Ray Oh, 03-20-2002 16:26:36  
Ray; That is a lot of work to do it. You will have to split it in 3 sections, remove the 1-peice steering gear/shifter plate and then you get to the fun part which I have done on 2 tractors so far. Start removing the gears from the Transmission. This takes a while since I did not have a book. I spent 4-hours doing a 1952 8N including spliting the cases and cleaning up the mess. But thats not putting it back together. I would sure read alot befor doing it. It is not a fun project nor one for someone with a short temper too. Good Luck, Mark H.

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