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 03-15-2004, 21:50 Post: 80000
Jesse Parsons
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 jd 1050 with 75 loader trans, bolts

I have a 1050 JD with a 75 loader that has been abused somewhat.Some of the transmission bolts that go in the housing to the rear have broke. Is this a hard to fix or about the same with a normal broke bolt??






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 03-16-2004, 06:23 Post: 80013
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 jd 1050 with 75 loader trans, bolts

I'm guessing that the bolts are broken below the level of the case and can't be grabbed by anything. An alternative might be centre drilling and easyouts. Worth a try but I've never had much luck with them and those bolts would have been installed at farily high torque. Be aware that any torch use is going to be on cast parts. A bunch of procedures that go outside my experience may apply. Also be aware that drilling through the bolt stubs would put metal shavings into the cases (may not be much of an issue but perhaps worth a thought).

If the bolt ends can't be extracted in place then splitting the tractor may be required. If so, various jacks etc. are needed and it'd be good to work from procedures in a manual.

I'd sure wonder what broke the bolts (3ph hoe maybe) and if there are problems other than the broken bolts. I think a careful inspection of the cases etc. would be good. If the entire assembly ends up torn down formal tests for stress cracks in the castings might be in order.






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 03-21-2004, 21:32 Post: 80663
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 jd 1050 with 75 loader trans, bolts

This tractor has a loader on it that has been used with the mounting bushings for the bucket extremly worn . This is what I think caused the bolts to break, and some just came loose,I also need a hood if anyone knows where I might find one off a salvage.






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 03-22-2004, 06:46 Post: 80690
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That could sure do it--especially combined with inadequate rear weight or too much rear weight and fast speeds on rough ground. I wonder how the bolt extraction is going?






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 03-22-2004, 21:57 Post: 80790
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Tom you have some good pointers,I thank you.I have a friend that is a John Deere man, he knows them inside out. as conversation goes he said he could fix it fairly easy. Just have to break apart so you can replace the seal,also go ahead and check the clutch.I don't know to much about these compacts but I'm catching on. Guess they are fairly realiable tractors .Cause you sure see a lot of them






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 03-23-2004, 06:47 Post: 80804
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Sounds like a good deal and the repair is on track.

A split (which I haven't had to do yet) is pretty much common sense but it is good to work from a manual and it does take blocks, jacks and maybe separating forks etc. Shops that do it tend to have 'rail mounted' things so the two halves stay in alignment when they're rolled apart and go back together easily. One thing that isn't exactly common sense for a tractor with a pivot front axle is that the engine rails have to be blocked against the front axle to keep the front from falling over unless it's supported by a hoist.

Depending on the hours it sure is good to attend to everything that might take some maintenance while it's separated. For manual TX's that might include the shift rails.






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