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Thread: D2 steering clutch

  1. #31
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    Neil, I used about 12 tons of push. The gauge had PSI only so the friend I borrowed the tooling from told me 1800psi with the cylinder he loaned me should be 10 tons. I went to 2000psi. I have the pin and bell crank coming from General Gear so I just need a number for the 4b5353 bearing.
    Thanks
    Chuck C

  2. #32
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    Default 4b5353 brg conversion number

    Here ya go... thank EDB for the info
    http://www.acmoc.org/bb/showthread.p...ht=#post179365

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    Thanks Chuck, I don't have access to a press so I'm thinking of freezing the shaft, heating the hub, and torquing/tapping it on good
    Cheers,
    Neil.

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    Thanks Machias Cat and EDB
    ChuckC

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    I made some progress today I pushed the outer drum on and mounted the final drive. Tomorrow I hope to get the track frame back on
    Thanks
    Chuck C
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    I put the belly pan and track frame on today. I hope the have it moving and steering tomorrow.
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    good luck chuck.
    My engine & tractor video's, thanks 4 looking.
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    Stars & Stripes, My only garage and patio art.
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  8. #38
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    Default No Grass.

    There is no grass growing under your feet, Chuck. That's a lot of hard work and progress made in just a few days.

    That D2 will be back smoking and dusting before we know it!

    Pete.

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    Thumbs up

    Chuck! Slow down! You're making me look bad ; )
    Cheers,
    Neil.

  10. #40
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    Thanks for the comments. I started working on this D2 over a month ago and I should have been done weeks ago. I was hauling grain and pumpkins for a local farmer friend of mine so that took a lot of wrenching time away. I didn't finish today but hope to finish tomorrow if it doesn't snow or rain.
    Chuck C

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