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Offline JustinW_NZ

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Torque converter pullapart
« on: May 12, 2018, 11:46:44 PM »
Hi all!

Does anyone have any experance with Torque converters?

Ive got one here out of my wheel loader that has a broken shaft coming out of it, i want to pull the casing in half so i can replace the shaft.
Its a chinese torque converter and quite common amongst these machines (y320b)
Ive never touched these things so just wondered how you go about splitting the housing?
Do you have to take the torque converter part right out and then it will allow the housing to split?

Ive undone the bolts holing the two main parts of the housing, but it doesnt seem to budge BUT i havent given it a good whack for fear of breaking something.

Any pointers out there?

See attached pics..

Cheers in advance.
Justin







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Woodmizer LT40 Super, Treefarmer C4D, CAT 528 swinging grapple, 10ton wheel loader.

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Re: Torque converter pullapart
« Reply #1 on: May 14, 2018, 09:32:31 PM »
I've never had one of those apart but have a look to see if there is anywhere to use some push bolts to separate the halves. If your afraid of breaking it then take the torque converter apart to be sure.

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Re: Torque converter pullapart
« Reply #2 on: May 15, 2018, 12:48:31 AM »
I've never had one of those apart but have a look to see if there is anywhere to use some push bolts to separate the halves. If your afraid of breaking it then take the torque converter apart to be sure.
Thanks for that, might give it a little prod with a couple of bolts and see what happens.

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Justin
Gear I run;
Woodmizer LT40 Super, Treefarmer C4D, CAT 528 swinging grapple, 10ton wheel loader.


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