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Oil pan removal 8N
|Terry Gunderson||Is there a trick to oil pan removal ?
Have all visible bolts out --- Pan is lose on rear & sides , but will not release from front.
Can someone tell why?
|Bob G||You do have the ront axle, wheels removed from tractor don't you?
|Don||Terry when i took my oil pan off i wondered the same thing....you have to take off the front axle. There is a dish shaped peice up against the pan in front, and i beleive that there are 2 bolts behind it.....you will have to jack up the tractor just behind the engine, away from the pan. I blocked mine up with cement blocks on each side and a 4x4 across the underneath part of the tractor. Make sure you chock the rear wheels in front and behind them. ...good luck Don
|john||I want to replace the rings and was trying to remove the pan. I found that the front axel . I see that terry had the same problem. My question is can I let the block suspend off the connection to the transmission? I also wondered about putting some eye bolts in the block and suspend it from that.
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