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Re: Disconnecting from trans for pulling engine and power shi...

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rrlund

02-24-2020 06:29:20




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The trunnion coupler just pulls apart,no bolts,no set screws,nothing. There are two big o rings that keep it sealed,that might be what they mean by "breaking it loose". The rear motor mount bolts are on the sides of the bell housing. I THINK it's that square hole that your battery cables run through,that's where you get a wrench in to hold them. Look down in behind the starter,you'll see them. One on each side. Once you see the one by the starter you'll know where the one is on the other side.

Those four motor mount bolts are all that holds everything in. Which side are you trying to get to the brake? They're a tight fit,but taking a wheel off would be easier than taking the cab off.

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hayray

02-24-2020 12:22:44




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 Re: Disconnecting from trans for pulling engine and power shi... in reply to rrlund, 02-24-2020 06:29:20  
Found the other motor mounts. So if I need to replace brake housing and bull pinion seal do I just need to slide axel housing out so I have room to pull housing out of transmission housing, because right now flange on axel is in way? Then I guess this would mean I would have to jack cab up off axel?



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rrlund

02-24-2020 12:48:21




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 Re: Disconnecting from trans for pulling engine and power shi... in reply to hayray, 02-24-2020 12:22:44  
I'm not real sure what you're trying to get off,maybe somebody else does,but the brakes and pinion shafts are ahead of the axles. I had to one behind the pump off a few years ago to fix the blown actuator piston without taking anything else off. If the seal you're wanting to change is behind that brake housing,you should be able to get to that the same way I did to get that piston out.

I don't know,we'll see what somebody else thinks. The 2-135s,you have to pull the axle housings to get to the brakes,but not the 2-105s.

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hayray

02-24-2020 15:52:32




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 Re: Disconnecting from trans for pulling engine and power shi... in reply to rrlund, 02-24-2020 12:48:21  
The actuator piston is just part of the brakes your talking about right? Otherwise Iím not sure what that is



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rrlund

02-25-2020 03:57:22




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 Re: Disconnecting from trans for pulling engine and power shi... in reply to hayray, 02-24-2020 15:52:32  
Yes,it's in behind the brake discs.



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hayray

02-24-2020 13:23:24




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 Re: Disconnecting from trans for pulling engine and power shi... in reply to rrlund, 02-24-2020 12:48:21  
Ok great, thanks. I just remember years ago the dealer said if that seal is leaking on the pinion shaft I thought you had to lift the cab but I must have mis-heard. The service manual makes that brake housing look long going into transmission. Last time I did brakes I noticed those housing are almost worn through. The one time seal was leaking years ago I fixed it with blue RTV based on what Mr. Hofferbert told me at the dealer, otherwise he said you had to lift the cab up to replace it so I donít know what he was talking about? Iíll send a picture

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rrlund

02-24-2020 14:07:06




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 Re: Disconnecting from trans for pulling engine and power shi... in reply to hayray, 02-24-2020 13:23:24  
If Bruce said it,it's most likely true. I've never been in there that far. Like I said,I had the actuator cylinder out,but that's as far as I went. What I took off was so heavy that I had to use a floor jack and some blocks to let it down and put it back up in there.



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hayray

02-24-2020 09:15:47




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 Re: Disconnecting from trans for pulling engine and power shi... in reply to rrlund, 02-24-2020 06:29:20  
OK Iíll take another look this is for the 2-105 in the manual doesnít say anything about rear motor mounts



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