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John Achmann

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PostPosted: Mon May 17, 2021 4:08 am    Post subject: Hey chuck machinist Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Hey awhile back you had oil transfer on a 530 transmission? I know those seals go bad between the two sections. Just wondering how big of a pain in the but it is to split and change that seal? Got a 600 that is doing that on me. Im kinda on the fence to fix or let the tractor go. Dont use it and its in the way most of the time. Thanks for looking!!
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chuck machinist
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PostPosted: Mon May 17, 2021 5:31 am    Post subject: Re: Hey chuck machinist Reply to specific post Reply with quote

And it was a 441 that I split. If you have a relatively level concrete floor and an engine lift, the job is pretty straightforward, hope you have a manual there are bolts inside that have to be removed also. I had to remove what I thought was an idler gear to remove the seal housing, hope I said that right. Mine was a wide front and what you need to watch out for when you separate the differential from the front end is the engine will rock to the right or to the left it will scare the living hell out of you, so you need to block it. I used a spirit level to make sure I was on the same plane with the differential and the motor when I reassembled. A one and a half man job, in my case it was one man and a very helpful spouse. Let me see if I can post a few pictures for you. Chuck machinist. Thought Id slip a picture of my fresh paint job on the DC hood. Enjoy

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