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2 minutes ago, cafoose said:

That will give me experience opening up a transmission :banana-wrench:

:handgestures-thumbupright::handgestures-thumbupright::handgestures-thumbupright:

Sounds like a sound plan since Ed hoards parts worse than Madge! :ychain:

DO NOT scrap those hubs tho they can be saved and given to the needy. Those older "star" ones are becoming scarce and can be saved. 

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cafoose
3 minutes ago, WHX24 said:

DO NOT scrap those hubs tho they can be saved and given to the needy. Those older "star" ones are becoming scarce and can be saved.

Don't worry I'm a :wh: hoarder :laughing-rolling: 

 

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stevasaurus

That transmission that WHX-??? showed was not from a hydro.  I doubt you would ever see one like that on a hydro...too much oil involved there.  :occasion-xmas:   Take some pictures of the process so as to help others.  Thanks

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squonk
57 minutes ago, WHX24 said:

 

:handgestures-thumbupright::handgestures-thumbupright::handgestures-thumbupright:

Sounds like a sound plan since Ed hoards parts worse than Madge! :ychain:

 

But Ed Dog sells them. Always good deals goin down at Ed's! :occasion-xmas:

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cafoose

I just got home with a 3 speed for parts from @Ed Kennell :thanks: Ed! Now it's time to go to work :banana-wrench: I hope the hubs come off :pray: at least the hitch pin is out :happy-bouncymulticolor: I removed the screws in the hubs and sprayed everything with kroil.

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Gregor

3 speed over a hydro? That can has a LOT more worms in it !

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cafoose
4 hours ago, Gregor said:

3 speed over a hydro? That can has a LOT more worms in it !

I'm not converting to a 3 speed I'm just using the differential in my hydro :banana-wrench:

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cafoose

@stevasaurus @WHX24 I got the hubs off I soaked them overnight with kroil. The one slid right off and the other just a little coaxing with the puller :banana-wrench: I removed the case bolts and one of them needed the nut chiseled off because it rusted to almost nothing took about two minutes with a chisel and hammer:tools-hammerdrill: I got the case separated but I can't pull it apart any further because something seems to be stopping it from going any further apart.

 

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pfrederi
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Take off input pulley You are trying to drag its shaft out.

 

Also when you split trannies Short side down!!!

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stevasaurus

Right...the input pulley and brake drum have to come off.  I can't believe you would try to open that with those parts still on there.  That stuff is attached to everything inside.  WOW !!!  :hide:  Keep the shallow side down when you open it.

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Achto

:text-yeahthat: All pulleys have to be removed to split the cases

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cafoose
5 minutes ago, stevasaurus said:

Right...the input pulley and brake drum have to come off.  I can't believe you would try to open that with those parts still on there.  That stuff is attached to everything inside.  WOW !!!  :hide:  Keep the shallow side down when you open it.

:text-imsorry: First time opening one up :hide:

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stevasaurus

It's OK...it's just that I would have never thought anyone would try to do that.  I'll have to add..."Be sure to take off hubs, input pulley, brake drum & hitch pin before trying to open transmission" to my list of things to tell people.  :hilarious:

 

At least you thought to ask before you ruined things inside.  :greetings-clappingyellow:

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pfrederi

Manuals are handy things to read....

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Gregor
28 minutes ago, stevasaurus said:

Keep the shallow side down when you open it.

I didn't have my short side down. Guess there are exceptions to every rule. :confusion-confused:But then mine was hydro.

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WHX??

On the good side glad to see you are using a bearing collar behind the hub. Yep yer not the first one to do something stupid. :angry-banghead:

One thing I always do now is get one side off ... the easy one.... and then disassemble the diff while still in the case and take the other side to a press. 'Cause of idiots like me these hubs getting scarce. 

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pfrederi
7 minutes ago, Gregor said:

I didn't have my short side down. Guess there are exceptions to every rule. :confusion-confused:But then mine was hydro.

Lots less things to fall out of the inside of a hyro tranny than a gear drive..

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cafoose
35 minutes ago, pfrederi said:

Manuals are handy things to read....

Guys don't read instructions :P

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cafoose
22 minutes ago, WHX24 said:

'Cause of idiots like me these hubs getting scarce

I now have two extra hubs that need key-ways fixed :handgestures-thumbupright:

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cafoose

Success! :banana-blonde: I got it apart! No damage to anything! I tried to put the case back together to hold the gears inside but I'm having a hard time lining the shafts with the bearings in the case :ranting: now I need to get the hydro removed and fixed :banana-wrench:

 

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stevasaurus

If I am seeing ball bearings in that differential in the 2nd to the last picture, you may need another transmission to fix what is wrong with yours.  Just not sure what I am looking at in that picture.  You are going to take the differential apart...right.  :occasion-xmas:

 

Is that a ball bearing on that 11/44 toothed gear???

 

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squonk

A fine thread push bolt and 7/16" HD threaded rod or screws would eliminate a lot of potential breakage when pulling a hub that way. I made this puller and haven't broken one yet! :pray:

 

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pfrederi
1 hour ago, stevasaurus said:

If I am seeing ball bearings in that differential in the 2nd to the last picture, you may need another transmission to fix what is wrong with yours.  Just not sure what I am looking at in that picture.  You are going to take the differential apart...right.  :occasion-xmas:

 

Is that a ball bearing on that 11/44 toothed gear???

 

 Steve What kind of differential is that  4 pinion or bevel gear???

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Gregor
2 minutes ago, pfrederi said:

Is that a ball bearing on that 11/44 toothed gear???

I'm guessing maybe 6 people know what an 11/44 gear is.:confusion-confused: I aint afraid to let my stupid out., :unsure:

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