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Old 07-10-2018, 11:08 PM
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Diesel driveline 101:

It's shot.

You will need the ball bushings on both ends. Hopefully you can save the rear splined coupling. Post some pics up when you get the driveshaft out.

Here is what the front ball/bushing looks like. These are pretty cheap if you buy them direct. Put a post in the "wanted" section. You need to press out both of yours first to see if there is any other damage and if there is not, press in the new ones.(You can use a hammer and socket to remove and install them)
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Here is the seal you will need. National 47146
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I would also bet that driveshaft is worn and shot on both ends. I would contact "Jeff in PA" to see if he can make you a new one (he can) and also get rid of the pos disconnect clutch. You can save the coupling on one end of the shaft but he will need to make you a new one for the other end if you ditch the disconnect clutch. If you go this route, get the drive shaft made last. You will need to fit everything up and get a measurement for the shaft.

Replace the rag joints and fasteners associated with them.

Others have converted over to the CV style (better design) but I run the original rag joint design in all mine so far.



I'll start tearing into it tomorrow and I'll be posting pics as I go thanks for the help!
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Old 07-10-2018, 11:55 PM
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I'm betting the pump shaft is gone. As bad as it's been shaking, and the fact it's leaking..... probably time for a new (used) hydro.
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Old 07-11-2018, 09:11 AM
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I'm betting the pump shaft is gone. As bad as it's been shaking, and the fact it's leaking..... probably time for a new (used) hydro.
I suspect that also, but didn't want to give him the bad news all at once.
I fear the spline is shot also
But sometimes one gets lucky.
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This is the splined shaft from there charge pump. I had some play in the bushing and bearing. There's some marks on the housing on the inside but I feel this has been apart before and these are old marks.
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Inside the housing
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The flywheel flange bearing. Looks like the main cause of the failure. Hopefully I can find a replacement part for this...
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The driveshaft also looks like it'll need replaced/rebuilt.
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Your pump shaft is junk. Do your self a favor find a good used pump for a Cyclops Super with the pump adapter and a complete drive shaft for an 1863 or 1864 with the fan then have Jeff in PA make you a Kubota drive shaft adapter and you will be Happy. Happy, Happy.

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You can use a pre Cyclops pump but you'll need to drill and tap the shaft for the pump adapter retaining bolt.
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Your pump shaft is junk. Do your self a favor find a good used pump for a Cyclops Super with the pump adapter and a complete drive shaft for an 1863 or 1864 with the fan then have Jeff in PA make you a Kubota drive shaft adapter and you will be Happy. Happy, Happy.
Agreed. That pump is done. Ran way too long with a bad driveshaft.
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Your pump shaft is junk. Do your self a favor find a good used pump for a Cyclops Super with the pump adapter and a complete drive shaft for an 1863 or 1864 with the fan then have Jeff in PA make you a Kubota drive shaft adapter and you will be Happy. Happy, Happy.

Cyclops Supers
1782
1882
2086
2082
2182
2084
2284

You can use a pre Cyclops pump but you'll need to drill and tap the shaft for the pump adapter retaining bolt.
What kind of changes can I expect from this swap? Will I still be able to run a rear pto? Is it the same but beefier? How much modding will be needed to install?
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