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  1. #21
    Platinum Member
    Join Date
    Aug 2009
    Dallas Oregon
    Mitsubishi MT372, Ford NAA

    Default Re: Need help pulling rear axle

    Yeah it is a good feeling when it all comes together. Nice Job.

  2. #22
    Bronze Member
    Join Date
    Sep 2012
    Denham Springs, La
    Mitlubishi D2350

    Default Re: Need help pulling rear axle

    Thanks. I can't say it was all fun and games but in the end it wasn't bad. I was more worried because of the fact that I had never done this kind of thing before.

    I've only had this tractor about 2 mos and I've had to do some rewiring and installing new hi temp warning lamp, new oil pressure warning lamp and oil pressure sending unit. Also had to repair the clutch linkage from the pedal to the arm that moves the throw out bearing carrier.

    This morning I posted a new thread about the gear shifter on the transmission and I have a tiny leak on the radiator where the neck is soldered to the top tank. The radiator needs to be removed and brought to the radiator shop and that's no big deal. The gear shifter is worrying me a little but I'm hoping to get some help here on the forum.


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