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I/H 140 Tractor bearing removal
|Robert McCarthy||I Have an IH Farmall 140 (1969). The right rear wheel is locking up in both forward and reverse. I removed the Rear Wheel and what appears to be an axel bearing access because noise was emitting from there when I would move the wheel. I removed 2 retaining rings from the totally destroyed bearing race. I cannot remove the bearing (why). Please help. The bearing was dry should I add gear oil and how much gear oil
is required to fill the tractor. Shoulh the bearing be dry or lubed.
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Robert G McCarthy
|Bob McCarthy||I spelled the word Should incorrectly I ended it with a "h" wnen it should have been a "d".
|John M||Im nt familiar enough with your 140 to tell you about removing the bearing, but it should have so sort of lube, most likely gear oil.
|Butch||That just shows your human like the rest of us.
If anyone ever complains about someone's spelling on here they need to find something better to do with their time.
Maybe take up knitting or get some cats.
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