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I need 4 exhaust cone bolts, what size are they

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There in the uk but will post over sea's go to,,,,,
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Removing clutch cone from cox stockman ride on mower


Old question, but maybe this will help others:
Here is the answer for all Cox Stockman machines fitted with a single large bolt through clutch cone. Below it you'll find a VERY GOOD REASON WHY YOU SHOULD NOT DO IT!!!

1. Disconnect the negative (-) lead from the battery.
2. Loosen the four bolts that secure the engine and slide engine backwards.
3. Remove the 'R Clip' on the link rod at the front of the clutch carrier, then disconnect the link rod.
4. Loosen all four grub screws on the drive plates and slide them as far out as you can.
5. Raise the rear of the machine and secure with axle stands or some other method that will leave you with a SAFE WORKPLACE!
6. Remove the 9/16" locknut on the clutch pivot bolt (under the rear of the machine), then unscrew the pivot bolt. Do not try to drive it out with a punch, as it is screwed into the adjusting plate.
7. When bolt is removed, slide the rear of the carrier across to one side and the front of the carrier to the other side ( to clear the bracket at the front of the carrier) and work the whole assembly forward enough to clear the rear chassis rail. Then drop it down and remove the assembly from the machine.

To replace the cone, lock the large bolt head into a vice, then use a 2 or three pronged lock bar to unscrew the pulley from the bottom of the bolt. Then, fit a new cone onto the bolt and reverse teh entire process.

Now, here's why you should NOT DO THIS AT HOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
If you don't read this part, I absolutely guarantee that it will end up costing you far more money than if you'd sent the machine to a Cox Service agent ( I am one).

About the only thing on any Cox machine that requires specialist knowledge and tooling to correctly repair, is the drive cone clutch system. Removing and replacing the drive cone itself is the easiest part of the process and I have seen it done by plenty of people. I've also spent plenty of time then fitting another new cone to their machine, because the one they put on is now stuffed. The drive cone is just one part of an assembly and if the entire job is not done correctly the FIRST TIME, the new cone can be destroyed in a very short time. And the only way to do the entire job correctly is to have the special tools and knowledge. No if's, no but's and no maybe's!

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Remove lock hub from rotors 1995 toyota t100 4wd


1995 Toyota T100 4WD Pickup
Manual Locking Hub - Removal and Installation
REMOVAL & INSTALLATIONSee Figures 1 through 11

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Fig. 1: Exploded view of the free wheeling hub


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Fig. 2: Turn the handle with your hand to the free position


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Fig. 3: Note the directions in which you can turn the handle: left-free, right-lock

  1. Remove the hub cover. Set the control handle to the "FREE" position.


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Fig. 4: With the handle in the free position, remove the six hub cover bolts

  1. Remove the cover mounting bolts, then pull off the cover. Remove and discard the gasket.

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Fig. 5: Pull the cover off

  1. Remove the bolt with washer.


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Fig. 6: Using the correct size wrench, loosen ...


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Fig. 7: ... then remove the center bolt and washer

  1. Remove the mounting nuts and washers.


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Fig. 8: Next, remove the outside mounting nuts and washers

  1. Using a brass bar and hammer, tap on the bolt ends, then remove the cone washers.



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Fig. 9: Using a brass bar and hammer, tap on the bolt ends ...


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Fig. 10: ... then remove the cone washers

  1. Pull off the hub body.



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Fig. 11: The free wheeling body should come off easily; be sure to discard the old gaskets

  1. Remove and discard the gasket.

To install:
  1. Place a new gasket into position on the front axle hub. Install the free wheeling hub body with the cones washers and nuts. Tighten the nuts to 23 ft. lbs. (31 Nm).
  2. Install the bolt with washer, tighten to 13 ft. lbs. (18 Nm).
  3. Apply multi-purpose grease to the inner hub splines.
  4. Set the control handle and clutch to the free position.
  5. Place a new gasket into position on the cover.
  6. Install the cover to the body with the follower pawl tabs aligned with the non toothed portions of the body.
  7. Tighten the cover mounting bolts to 7 ft. lbs. (10 Nm).

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Fig 1.Exploded view of the Free Wheeling Hub


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Fig. 2 Turn the handle by hand to the "FREE" position


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Fig. 3: Note the directions in which you can turn the handle: left-free, right-lock.


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Fig. 4 With the handle in the free position, remove the six hub cover bolts.


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Fig. 5 Pull the cover off.


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Fig. 6 Using the correct size wrench, loosen ...


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Fig. 7 ...then remove the center bolt and washer


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Fig. 8 Next, remove the outside mounting nuts and washers.


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Fig. 9 Using a brass bar and hammer, tap on the bolt ends.


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Fig. 10 ... then remove the cone washers


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Fig. 11 The free wheeling body should come off easily; be sure to discard the old gaskets.

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I need an exploded view of a 1994 toyota 4 X 4 hub


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Exploded view of the free wheeling hub
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Turn the handle with your hand to the free position
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Note the directions in which you can turn the handle: left-free, right-lock

  1. Remove the hub cover. Set the control handle to free.
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With the handle in the free position, remove the six hub cover bolts

  1. Remove the cover mounting bolts, then pull off the cover. Remove and discard the gasket.
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Pull the cover off

  1. Remove the bolt with washer.
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Using the correct size wrench, loosen ...
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... then remove the center bolt and washer

  1. Remove the mounting nuts and washers.
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Next, remove the outside mounting nuts and washers

  1. Using a brass bar and hammer, tap on the bolt ends, then remove the cone washers.
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Using a brass bar and hammer, tap on the bolt ends ...
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... then remove the cone washers

  1. Pull off the hub body.
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The free wheeling body should come off easily; be sure to discard the old gaskets

  1. Remove and discard the gasket.

To install:

  1. Place a new gasket into position on the front axle hub. Install the free wheeling hub body with the cones washers and nuts. Tighten the nuts to 23 ft. lbs. (31 Nm).
  2. Install the bolt with washer, tighten to 13 ft. lbs. (18 Nm).
  3. Apply multi-purpose grease to the inner hub splines.
  4. Set the control handle and clutch to the free position.
  5. Place a new gasket into position on the cover.
  6. Install the cover to the body with the follower pawl tabs aligned with the non toothed portions of the body.
  7. Tighten the cover mounting bolts to 7 ft. lbs. (10 Nm).shinehutt_42.gif
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