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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Don(MO) Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21 Aug 2014 at 2:11pm
Originally posted by JimD JimD wrote:

I was gonna suggest Don do the brake pins on a WD, but then we wouldn't be able to have any audio.


Well Jim I might do a video on WD/WD45/D17 brake pins sometime down the road, Most of the guys on here will not like the way I change brakes, I cut the pins off first thing and don't fight them danged old pins at $15.00 per pin it's to much trouble to save them for me. lol
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great video, thanks.
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Thanks to EVERYONE involved in the making of this film!!  GREAT job by all concerned.  Don, accolades to you for knuckling under and becoming a movie star now.  Hats off to you!
For you guys on iPhones, here is a converter place to make this better for your phones and also to you guy on PCs that want to save this for the future.
http://www.clipconverter.cc/
I saved it in AVI and also MOV for future use.
** BE VERY CAREFUL,,,,,when you go to download the video, another window will open with some jibberish in it.  DO NOT click on ANYTHING in this window except the X in the corner to SHUT THIS WINDOW!! **

I like the idea of doing a brake job on a WD/WD45.  And I agree with you Don on just cutting the pins out!  Saves a lot of time and grief!

Congrats!!  You are right up there with Tom Mix now.  LOL


Edited by Ted J - 17 Nov 2017 at 4:05am
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that's the way I do it to don,i give them one chance and then it is the Hobart plasma torch.....
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I've tried watching this on my phone and computer and the sound is muffled and garbled.. anyone else have that problem?
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I just looked at it and the video is working fine for me. 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote dashingrampallian Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 Nov 2014 at 2:46am
Originally posted by JimD JimD wrote:

It's finally done!
My son had a lot of commitments this summer, and I forgot to upload the video while he was gone last week. Anyway, here it is. He has about 20+ hours in editing it. Yes, it really does take that long. If you wish to contact him directly, I can get you his information.


Nice video... :)
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Originally posted by j.w.freck j.w.freck wrote:

that's the way I do it to don,i give them one chance and then it is the Hobart plasma torch.....

I'm going to get a diff head for my plasma torch that will let me get up inside that little hole better. lol  
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Don you did a great job!!!  Thanks to all involved with this effort.  Mark
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Don(MO) Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07 Feb 2015 at 9:06pm
OK guys after a phone call I got asking about the oil pan INFO, I just went back to watch the video again and low and behold I made a big mistake on the oil pan's with I said in the video it was 4 3/4" that's wrong, it is 4 7/8"
I'm sorry for the wrong INFO in the video, Please add this note to your list.
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With background noisebut understand what his talking loud and clear.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote David Terry Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01 Mar 2015 at 6:10am
Great Video. I am in the process of upgrading my WAC and I for sure don't want any oil leaks. I've got an Oliver 880 with a pretty good oil leak in the rear, and I'm going to pull it and see where I went wrong the first time I "fixed it". Thanks again for making the video. Dave
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Thank you to everyone who was involved in the video. I am rebuilding my 57 WD45 and needed a few tips on putting the seals on my oil pan.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote JM Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 May 2015 at 9:12pm
Great video, wish I had seen it before I did mine. I have one question, can the rear seal be replaced in the tractor? Would you have to loosen the mains to let the crank drop a little?
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Originally posted by JM JM wrote:

Great video, wish I had seen it before I did mine. I have one question, can the rear seal be replaced in the tractor? Would you have to loosen the mains to let the crank drop a little?

You wouldn't have to loosen the crank, just the remove the rear cap and remove the top retainer. The clutch and flywheel have to be removed to do this.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote allishawk Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 May 2015 at 5:59am
Great video Don. What should a guy use for gasket material when making the "F" gasket for the early motors?
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Originally posted by allishawk allishawk wrote:

Great video Don. What should a guy use for gasket material when making the "F" gasket for the early motors?

I make .012" to .015" thick gaskets. Hope this helps.
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Great video. Should be titled A Hundred Ways for Your New Oil Pan Gasket To Leak.
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When talking about the  F gaskets    You said the early models, ,where does a 1950 WD fall into the mix Early or late ?    Thanks    
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Originally posted by MARK W (NY) MARK W (NY) wrote:

When talking about the  F gaskets    You said the early models, ,where does a 1950 WD fall into the mix Early or late ?    Thanks    

Mark, your WD will use the little F gaskets, If you go back and watch the video again I show how to tell the difference in the F gaskets needed.
Hope this helps.
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Geez I hate to even ask this question because I watched the video and I know what it said. But anyway here I go...lol. I had my WD45 block aligned bored so there will be no shims. I ordered the correct NOS "F" gaskets from my Agco dealer. Will they cause an issue using them or do I need to do something else?
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Line boring shouldn't make any difference. That only removes the shims from the Main Bearing and has nothing to do with the rear seal.

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So the "F" gaskets won't hold the main cap up giving more clearance?
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Hey Blake, please go back and look at the video again at 9:50 to 10:00 I talk about F gaskets and line boring. I talked about the F gaskets in the 170 that don't have shims and still use the F gaskets. If you need more INFO PM me and we can go over more.I'd be happy to help.
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Thanks for making & posting this video, it's very helpful. I might have missed it in the video but do you apply gasket sealer to the "F" gaskets?
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Originally posted by srvpks srvpks wrote:

Thanks for making & posting this video, it's very helpful. I might have missed it in the video but do you apply gasket sealer to the "F" gaskets?
No sealer on the F gaskets, just clean and dry.
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Thanks Don!
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