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Drive shaft too short to reach pilot bearning

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Re: Drive shaft too short to reach pilot bearning

Post  mred2nice on Sat Sep 08, 2018 9:30 pm

It has been a slow go here. But, I finally got the shaft moved forward. I see the front where there is a recess in the shaft where the bolt goes. But what does the back look like? Whatever is on the transmission side shaft, what do I have to do back there to get it to work?



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Re: Drive shaft too short to reach pilot bearning

Post  spence on Sun Sep 09, 2018 4:13 am

The transaxle side coupler bolt recess stays the same. Bolt the couple back up to the transaxle side, then use the coupler as a guide to drill a new recess on the torque tube shaft side. Be careful not to damage the coupler bolt threads.

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