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MF35 Input Shaft Seals

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01-26-2023 05:45:12

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Have a MF35, 6 Speed, dual clutch, non-multipowered tractor looking to replace the input shaft seals. Can this be done without access to the gearbox? I am planning to split the tractor for some clutch work and wanted to replace them while I was in there. Seen Bundy's video's and read some other comments and I am not clear if this can be done as the gearboxes were already dismantled for other work/restoration. My manual briefly goes over this but does not mention it either way.
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I don't want to lose access to anything that may slip or fall behind the bell housing.

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01-26-2023 15:42:41

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 Re: MF35 Input Shaft Seals in reply to Axtell, 01-26-2023 05:45:12  
Thanks JP that's what I needed to here and thanks JDD. Those pictures really clear up how it's put together. Much better than what I have. I saw that post, but then again got lost on if it could be done with just an engine/clutch split. In that post the originator stated his tractor was split 3 ways. Bundy has a good video of this too, but his gearbox was separated as well. I guess I am over thinking it.

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01-26-2023 10:13:44

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 Re: MF35 Input Shaft Seals in reply to Axtell, 01-26-2023 05:45:12  
We were able to do ours without access to the gearbox (ie.: from the front when split for clutch work). Ours is six speed, dual clutch, no multipower, ad3-152.

There was just recently a thread on that subject showing how you have to remove the plate below the input shafts to lower a shaft, or something like that.
Actually this post:


that John Deere D was referring to above.


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01-26-2023 07:21:02

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 Re: MF35 Input Shaft Seals in reply to Axtell, 01-26-2023 05:45:12  
Consider reading a post Removing Transmission F-40
It's on the Massey Harris & Massey Ferguson Tractors Discussion Board from late,last week..
S # and year of your MF 35.??
Make of Engine in your MF 35...?
Consider asking your question on the same posting Removing Transmission F-40

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