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Cat d4d transmission input shaft seal replacement

Discussion in 'Dozers' started by Quadzilla, May 14, 2022.

  1. Quadzilla

    Quadzilla Member

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    There is a pump mounted below hydraulic pump that is running it.
     
  2. Nige

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    Try posting a photo of it maybe.? Somebody ought to be able to recognize it.
     
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  3. Quadzilla

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    Here are some pictures of the winch. Looking underneath it, it looks like it is coupled to the transmission. Do you have to pull the winch to pull the transmission?
     
  5. Old Magnet

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    3P4301 is the casting number for the 3P4302 case part number so it is a #54 19Exxxx s/n winch.
     
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  6. Doublemax96

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    Looking at replacing the rubber biskets between the engine and transmission that attach it all together and wondering what they are called can’t seem to find them anywhere
     
  7. Quadzilla

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    It is called a flexible coupling. Part number that I have is 5S7893
     
  8. Nige

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    Depending on the Serial Number of your tractor which you didn't mention the 5S-7893 Joint may or may not be the correct Part Number.
    If you plan on replacing the flexible joints it might pay you to check, & set as required, the alignment between the engine and the transmission to reduce stress on the joints.
     
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  9. Doublemax96

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    Exactly what I need thank you.