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Buzzard Wing wrote:Agree with Boss. Do you have a 'Service Manual'?? It is invaluable, especially for something like this, Generally the shims stay with the case and which sides the differential carrier shims came FROM is important. The ring and pinion gears are a matched set.
The only thing easy about getting it right is reading about it . Try a search. This is a good write up on the differential.
wfmdfm wrote:High jacking this thread bit a related question. I have replaced the differential bearing cones and adjusted the pre load. Is there a need to check the backlash if there was no change?
Chris D wrote: Why did or would IH build the tranny so that when the pto is run stationary the main shaft bearing get no oil?
Also does running a cub sitting still in neutral cause this same scenario?
Buzzard Wing wrote:(I still can't do that without removing the right bearing, but rumor is it can be done).
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