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Gehl MIxer Gear Box Universal

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Earl T

09-13-2017 04:35:17

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Looking for how people have taken these apart. Looking for tips or what not to do.

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Earl T

09-18-2017 08:22:51

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 Re: Gehl MIxer Gear Box Universal in reply to Earl T, 09-13-2017 04:35:17  
I was able to order a cross kit from Gehl. The cross kit was 43.00 a piece, but that was cheaper than buying the hole assembly for 320.00 I was able to press a pin o thru the center to push the opposing pin out and that aloud it to come apart. Had to use a little heat on a couple of the them. Just like somebody else had mentioned the new pins are knurled to fit tight in the yoke upon reassembly.

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09-13-2017 18:51:58

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 Re: Gehl MIxer Gear Box Universal in reply to Earl T, 09-13-2017 04:35:17  
These are not easily rebuilt. German-Bliss in Iowa still has a large inventory of Gehl parts. Google them and check out their inventory. I replaced mine on my old Gehl 95 and the new ones are rebuildable.

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JD Seller

09-13-2017 16:30:31

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 Re: Gehl MIxer Gear Box Universal in reply to Earl T, 09-13-2017 04:35:17  
The pins are pressed into the yoke and pivot in the center section. These usually are not repairable. IF you can get a kit for it then you cut the old pin with a hack saw between the center and yoke. The after you have removed the center you take a punch and knock the pin OUT of the yoke. Notice I said out of the yoke not TOWARD the center. The new pins come with a knurled section that is pressed into the yoke.

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09-13-2017 15:09:09

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 Re: Gehl MIxer Gear Box Universal in reply to Earl T, 09-13-2017 04:35:17  
Those are press in joints, Calhoun built fertilizer spreaders that used a single joint similar to that(maybe the same) that powered the spinner gear box. I believe that I have some new kits. email is open.

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NY 986

09-13-2017 06:51:23

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 Re: Gehl MIxer Gear Box Universal in reply to Earl T, 09-13-2017 04:35:17  
Do you have your replacement parts all ready to go? Looks like you will have to burn the joints out via a torch. It does not look like it will press apart. If need be you could go to your local parts supplier and come up with yokes and joints. Then cut and key a shaft to join the two assemblies. Take measurements before cutting or pressing anything.

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09-13-2017 07:56:33

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 Re: Gehl MIxer Gear Box Universal in reply to NY 986, 09-13-2017 06:51:23  
If it was assembled, it can be pushed apart.

If it was welded together as one unit, it will need to be replaced as one unit. (Or made from scratch as you suggest.) They usually don't like to weld that close to a bearing, so I would guess there is some way of pressing it apart, maybe a few hidden clips under some grease or hidden in grooves.

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NY 986

09-13-2017 08:17:10

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 Re: Gehl MIxer Gear Box Universal in reply to paul, 09-13-2017 07:56:33  
Normally, I would say yes to pressing apart but the "cross" is right tight to the yoke from what I see. Usually, for disassembly the cross has to slide towards the yoke to get the cap to move. I don't see from that picture where any clips come into play. Yes, heat and needle bearings do not mix so maybe the caps are peened in for assembly. It looks like he will have to come up on both shafts for a home made assembly so hopefully there is room along with solid true material that has a keyway. It's all going to depend on what can be found for parts. I am thinking that there are very few if any of those joint assembly's laying around any more given the situation with Gehl. But maybe somebody here knows something and I certainly would not mind learning something new in terms of a parts source.

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