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How to replace 1947 ford 8N fan belt

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Sean O.

09-05-2005 14:25:48

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HELP!!!!! !! need to replace the fan belt but can figure out what all I have to unbolt or take off to do this. To me looks like the whole fron end but this can't be right. PLEASE ANYONE HELP!!!!!


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Dell (WA)

09-05-2005 14:35:25

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 Re: How to replace 1947 ford 8N fan belt in reply to Sean O., 09-05-2005 14:25:48  
Sean..... ...look closely at yer righthand generator mounts. They "loosen-up" and allow you to relax the tension on your fanbelt and amazingly enuff allow you to fish yer fan-belt off the pulleys and thru the fanblades. Reinstallation is a reversal of the removal.

HOWSOMEVERS: iff'n you have a front-mounted hydraulic pump and frontend loader, you will haffta disconnect yer crankshaft coupled hydraulic pump driveshaft so you can gittchur fanbelt off'n the crankshaft pulley..... ...Dell

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Sean O.

09-05-2005 14:40:15

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 Re: How to replace 1947 ford 8N fan belt in reply to Dell (WA), 09-05-2005 14:35:25  
DELL, it does have the hydraulic and pump. Do you get that off just by loosening the one 3/4" bolt in the fron of the pump or what?

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09-06-2005 04:33:58

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 Re: How to replace 1947 ford 8N fan belt in reply to Sean O., 09-05-2005 14:40:15  
If you have the spline type pump shaft it should slide out of the hub on the crank pulley, the treaded type shaft has left hand threads so turn it to the right to unscrew it from the hub on the crank pulley. Either one you will need to unbolt the pump from its mount to remove the pump shaft of git enoufh clearence to install the belt. The slined shaft setup will have a hub that bolts to the crank pulley and the threaded type will have a hub with 4 3/8 pins the fit into 4 rubber bush'ns on the crank pulley

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