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Removing 1650ís crankshaft pulley

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wctribs990

08-01-2020 19:13:15




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Hi, first time poster long time reader here. I couldnít find anything in past forums on this so if itís somewhere already please let me know. Iím new to Oliverís and Iím working on an Oliver 1650 (1964/gas) that I have to change the front crankshaft oil seal on. I do have the shape manual for this tractor. I am attempting the remove the crankshaft pulley, but it hits the power steering cylinder in front of it. In order to take off the pulley it looks like the power steering cylinder needs to be removed. For the power steering cylinder to come off I have to take off the 200+ pound grill. Seems like a lot to change a front crankshaft oil seal. Iím capable of doing this, I just want to make sure thereís not an easier method ie; loosening the engine mounting bolts and jacking up the front of the engine to get the extra 1/2Ē clearance I need. Any ideas or experience with this is greatly appreciated. Thanks for your help!

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rrlund

08-02-2020 04:34:44




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 Re: Removing 1650ís crankshaft pulley in reply to wctribs990, 08-01-2020 19:13:15  
I can't think that the grill would have to come off. I've taken a lot of those cylinders out. Only problem I've had was with a 1550. I had to take the metal strip off the bottom that the screen slides down in to on that one. When I put it back together, I ground a little flat spot on the cap to make it slide back down past the bottom of the grill easier.



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wctribs990

08-02-2020 06:32:07




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 Re: Removing 1650ís crankshaft pulley in reply to rrlund, 08-02-2020 04:34:44  
Thatís the frustrating thing, itís only about 1/4Ē of the cap that sits under the grill. No matter what way I turn or rotate the cap it hits the grill. I double checked and itís definitely hitting the cast iron on the grill. I think Iím going to follow your lead and grind a flat spot so I can take it off next time. Thanks for the tip.



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rrlund

08-02-2020 06:48:05




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 Re: Removing 1650ís crankshaft pulley in reply to wctribs990, 08-02-2020 06:32:07  
Can you loosen the bolts and tip the grill ahead enough to get it?



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wctribs990

08-02-2020 12:06:35




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 Re: Removing 1650ís crankshaft pulley in reply to rrlund, 08-02-2020 06:48:05  
That worked great! Good idea, thanks again



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wctribs990

08-02-2020 10:09:16




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 Re: Removing 1650ís crankshaft pulley in reply to rrlund, 08-02-2020 06:48:05  
Good call, I never thought of that. Iíll let you know. Iím headed down there now.



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scootergmc

08-01-2020 22:09:46




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 Re: Removing 1650 s crankshaft pulley in reply to wctribs990, 08-01-2020 19:13:15  
I would not jack up the the engine without removing the PTO shaft.



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ziffel

08-02-2020 05:16:22




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 Re: Removing 1650 s crankshaft pulley in reply to scootergmc, 08-01-2020 22:09:46  
Got the same tractor in the shop now. Had to take off the front pulley to get the cam out. Remove grill, radiator, fan, Etc. loosen all four engine mounting bolts. Didn't need to remove PTO shaft. I only needed to raise the front of the engine less than a 1/4 inch. Hope it works for you.



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wctribs990

08-02-2020 12:05:18




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 Re: Removing 1650 s crankshaft pulley in reply to ziffel, 08-02-2020 05:16:22  
Success! That worked perfect, barley had to move the engine up and the pulley slid right past the cylinder. Thanks again!



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ziffel

08-02-2020 13:23:55




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 Re: Removing 1650 s crankshaft pulley in reply to wctribs990, 08-02-2020 12:05:18  
I just got a bar under the mount and lifted it enough to put a screw driver between the engine and mount.



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wctribs990

08-02-2020 06:34:44




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 Re: Removing 1650 s crankshaft pulley in reply to ziffel, 08-02-2020 05:16:22  
Thanks for the tip. Iíll give that a shot this afternoon and let you know how it turns out.



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