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I pulled apart my bevel gear housing to re bearing it when I pulled off th back cover it looked like the shaft had rubbed alittle against the bolt that holds the frount gear on so I figured it had bad bearings when I checked the shaft it was strait I put new bearings and seals in it and it still rubs alittle on the frount gear bolt anyone else have this problem should I pull it apart and machine down the shaft a bit please help

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RayS


reference U is a bearing clamp. If it comes loose or the input shaft is worn on either bearing I can see how it would wobble or move back far enough to hit the driven shaft. Also the bolt that holds the gear in place is smaller than a normal hex head bolt on the hex portion of the bolt. I would check these items. Especially the input shaft. Most of the BGB`s I have taken apart that shaft was worn and needed replaced. You didn`t mention what tractor you have but the BGB`s are pretty much the same designs. Check the shafts where the bearings ride and the keyways for any wear and replace as needed.

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its on a allis 716 6 speed the part you said is new so are the bearings also your drawing shows only 1 washer mine has 2 ray so mabey I will turn that part down 10thousands an it shouls miss and mabey just 1 washer would work I just have to be carefull not to damage all the new stuff I put in it like seals

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well I figured it out I didn't have the frount gear set in far enough tore it back apart and fixed now you can turn it with 2 fingers I glad i didn't hurt my new seals and bearings I just put in

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