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    stop sleeve!

    Hi guys i have ŕ problem to put ŕ new stop sleeve in!
    I have broken one can o put the sleeve into the frezer so ut wil go beter in?
    Or is there another trick to get it in?

    Thx jailan


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    Puts motor oil on his pancakes Hockeydude's Avatar
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    Do you mean "wear ring"? If so yes put your pump housing with the old one, and the new one in the freezer and switch them when they are nice and cold.

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    Where do you guys get these names??

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    Is there noboby who has got an answer how to do it without removing the PTO

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    We don't know what part you are talking about so we can't help you. Can you be more specific? Picture?

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    What do you mean by "Stop Sleeve" ? Nobody knows what you are talking about, that is why you have not received an answer to your question.....

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    could he be asking about a cylinder sleeve? man could you imagine my wifes face when she opens the freezer and saw an engine block sitting on top of the T-bones!

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    You do not need to remove the pto cover. But you do need to remove the pto coupler. use a 155/185 impeller tool and a 1" impact gun. I tried a 1/2", 3/4" did not budge. it took a 1" gun. you will need to remove the motor for access. RH threads... so lefty loosey
    The stop sleeve is to big in diameter and made of hard plastic it cant slip past the pto splines. It needs to go in from the back. dont forget a new rubber bumper on the end of the driveline. Have fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buickbrian View Post
    You do not need to remove the pto cover. But you do need to remove the pto coupler. use a 155/185 impeller tool and a 1" impact gun. I tried a 1/2", 3/4" did not budge. it took a 1" gun. you will need to remove the motor for access. RH threads... so lefty loosey
    The stop sleeve is to big in diameter and made of hard plastic it cant slip past the pto splines. It needs to go in from the back. dont forget a new rubber bumper on the end of the driveline. Have fun.
    Ok thx but why can i do it with the engine in?

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