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Re: International A40 - 1 Superloader 15 Mar 2015 13:13 #155558

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Im sorry but I think you all have missed something
we can look at part numbers and pictures till the cows come home BUT something has gotta hold that bull gear on the axle when your pulling 1/2 an inch and it stops it's hitting ll the bull gear the housing just my thoughts

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Re: International A40 - 1 Superloader 15 Mar 2015 13:13 #155559

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Last line should read
axle housing shouldn't have to be removed
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Re: International A40 - 1 Superloader 15 Mar 2015 13:25 #155560

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Good work Bluey, I stand corrected..
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Re: International A40 - 1 Superloader 16 Mar 2015 21:53 #155561

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I gotta say Bluey I like your answer, better than I like the idea of lifting the loader frame, because it aint gunne lift wiothout a whole lot of undoing and at a casual glance today some doing up has been done with a welder. :-/ :'( :-[ :-? along the tractor chassis loader frame join. :-/

It would seem that there is a plate (cast and about 2 inches thick??) that covers the top of the diff and gearbox in one piece. Coupla half size sky hooks and a short prayer might lift it after I remove all the pedals, steering, seat, brakes plus 387kg of dirt and grease.

While I was standing there looking I wondered why I didnt park it in the shed and I wondered how I thought I was gunna push the wheel back in (So I could park it in the shed)...

I owe you blokes some photos.... I will conduct a small crime wave as soon as SHE or one of the kids is not looking/talking on their phone.

Thanks

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Re: International A40 - 1 Superloader 29 Apr 2015 11:15 #155562

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Any progress Sarge?

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Re: International A40 - 1 Superloader 29 Apr 2015 12:59 #155563

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Any progress Sarge?

Do you mean for the loader or getting the kids off the phone to put some pics up. ;D ;D ;D ;D
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Re: International A40 - 1 Superloader 30 Apr 2015 00:55 #155564

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progress is at a hectic pace at Sarge's place....
you may recall my "what have I done Chamberlain 3380 tale" www.hcvc.com.au/forum/YaBB.pl?num=1370706457
Hydraulics not working....

I asked my experienced tractor man about my axle removal and he said gotta lift the lid, undo the bolt on the end of the axle... didnt someone else say that :-/ :-/

I have just been putting it off, same with the Lister...
and now time to pack the caravan.... aint gunna argue about that either... :o

oh yeah, photos.... tomorra

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Re: International A40 - 1 Superloader 24 Feb 2016 21:54 #167451

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Well, its not quite 12 months, and today there has been a small effort applied to a difficult problem... I know youse blokes have just been busting to find out what the G.O. is so I am here to tell you..... NFI or DFK if you would prefer.

But I did have a bit of a light bulb moment which has prompted questions and pictures...

Pictures first...





this be the offending wheel.... same as last time I asked...





this be the wheel centre minus the big washer behind the center drilled retaining bolt (with an old nut for a spacer)





Closeup in case ya missed the last one....

I have put a two leg puller on the bits pushed along the spline....
I am assuming they are tapered and or the spline is tapered... and because I dont know any better I am assuming they are in two halves.
Of the 6 bolt holes only four are bolt holes two are juts plain holes and not matched to any hole in the wheel.

The puller has been given the FB hammer treatment and the stilson with a 3 foot bar.... I have left it like that ... I also gave the bolt flange face a touch up with the end of the crow bar....

End result... 40 degree day and in the sun.... :blink: :sick: :side:

Anyone got any better ideas.... would a three leg puller be any advantage???? I got one of those too, but if the flange thingo is in two parts will it still pull out?

Spline looks like it has grease on it and is not rusty, I gave it a squirt of dont stick ya bastard ....

I have about used up all my expertise, and I think it is quite obvious all the guff I started the post with about pulling the axle out is just guff... this looks like the tow halves (or one piece) should slide out and the wheel will fall over and break my legs... It is off the ground enough to rotate. Would dropping it on the ground help?

Ok.... your turn.... (and the shed is not finished, the 3380 is still sick, the lister is no further advanced but I have changed tyres on the truck)
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Re: International A40 - 1 Superloader 24 Feb 2016 22:40 #167454

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sarge I cant see no pictures

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Re: International A40 - 1 Superloader 25 Feb 2016 08:54 #167463

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funny thing, I cant either now... lost the whole post while posting, but hit the back button enough times to find it, put it up but no photos, so did an edit, photos went in....'

trying again now....

same deal, I keep losing the post.... and the pictures drop out...
I will add them separately

found the cause... with three pics the post seems to add ok but pops me out to the main index with one photo I get a TOO BIG error... some re-sizing to happen now...
and now we fit....
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