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1974 D180 axle bearing cross number

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Hey guys, blew out my bearing plowing snow. Does anyone know the cross # and if it is pressed in from the inside or out?       Thank you for any help you can give me.   1974 D180 axle bearing 

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If you are talking about the needle bearing at the outer end of the axle it is Koyo B-1816  Seal is CR 11124

 

Bearing goes in from the outside. If the needles fell out you had better split the case and make sure there are none floating around inside.  You really have to split it anyway to get the old bearing out.

 

Have you ever had the hubs off? That is the miserable part of the repair

 

 

welcome

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Thank you Very much!!! 

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You may not have seen my edit about splitting and pulling the hubs

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No I have not, any tips? 

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41 minutes ago, pfrederi said:

Have you ever had the hubs off? That is the miserable part of the repair

 

Honestly, this is a mild understatement!!!:-o

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You need to pull from the back of the hub.  if you try to pull on the flange you will probably break it, as the flange is thin compared to the overall length of the hub. This is the rig I came up with a few years ago to pull a recalcitrant one.  Pull the set screws and star soaking with your favorite magic juice.

 

I hope you do not have an FEL, Rear PTO or 3pt.  or turning brakes...each one adds to the complexity and difficulty

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