Question about RTO Massey-Ferguson Tractor TE20, TO20, TO30, ITFE2
I have axle shaft and bearing housing removed but lost on how to get that seal removed from bearing housing
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my to30 P.T.O shaft is
Hello, I have in front of me a catalog for Valu-Bilt.Com, a tractor supply company for all makes. Your Seal can be one of several depending on the Serial number of your tractor. There phone number is 1-888-828-3276.
The Catalog I have shows a Model 35, but I see you have a Model 30. I believe the transmissions were different between the 30 and 35, but see no reason for the rear end to change. The later Model 35 had more gears like a Sherman unit. The Model 35 had a model with 2 extra forward gears and the model used as a Front Loader had 2 extra in both Forward and Reverse.
Now Ferguson and Ford were similar, with the Ferguson having more innovations. Check with a Ford Dealer for PTO seals. The Continental engine was desired as it had Overhead valves and more power over the Ford.
You may also get lucky with Tractor Supply who carry some parts. One additional thing is the number of teeth on the PTO shaft. The book shows a 17 tooth, 25 Spline as 1868528M1 for the Model 30 PTO shaft. The Model 35 has 10 Splines in both a 17 and 19 tooth shaft.
So it is possible you may not even have the original PTO seal if someone put in a part for a Model T35.
I hope this is helpful and would like to know if you found your part. Thanks
Posted on Jul 03, 2011
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May 18, 2011 | Ford Explorer Cars & Trucks
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Raise the vehicle and remove the rear wheels.
Clean all dirt from the housing cover and remove the housing cover to drain the lubricant.
Remove the brake drum.
Rotate the differential case until the differential pinion shaft lockscrew can be removed. Remove the lockscrew and pinion shaft.
Push the axle shafts toward the center of the vehicle and remove the C-locks from the grooves on the axle shafts.
Pull the axle shafts from the housing, being careful not to damage the bearing which remains in the housing.
Inspect the axle shaft bearings and replace any doubtful parts. Whenever the axle shaft is replaced, the bearings should also be replaced.
Remove the axle shaft seal from the bore in the housing, using the button end of the axle shaft.
Remove the axle shaft bearing from the housing. Do not reuse the bearing or the seal.
Check the bearing shoulder in the axle housing for imperfections. These should be corrected with a file or polish.
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