Asking someone who's done it before...how far can you lower it out of the frame, and keep the lines attached for example, or the driveshaft, etcYeah, went and looked, and there is no easy access with the trans in the frame. Already have the seat pan/gas tank out of the way, so, it looks like just a driveshaft, a couple hydraulic lines (conveniently, right at the top.....) direction linkage, and the diff lock linkage. Not too bad.....
I already did the o-rings in the direction shaft. That wasn't too bad with the trans on the tractor. Strategically place holes made it doable. Not so lucky on the other side.
I haven't done it yet. Soon though.Asking someone who's done it before...how far can you lower it out of the frame, and keep the lines attached for example, or the driveshaft, etc
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At least you don't have an AWS model. I thought I needed rear wheel bearings on mine. Turns out single row ball bearings have axial playI haven't done it yet. Soon though.
Most of the stuff looks pretty easy to disconnect, and I think that is the route I am going to take. At least one of the hydraulic lines looks to be a hard line, and I wouldn't want to bend/break that.
Yeah, it seems like a LOT of work for a six dollar seal..... but, I don't want this job to develop a bad case of scope creep.