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#11 tommyw-5088

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Posted 20 October 2008 - 12:27 PM

New Holland makes "Gib Key Pullers" they are a punch thats tappered, half moon shaped that the farther you drive it in the more pressure it puts on it. We use them on the Balers a lot. If you want I'll dig up the part#'s and post them.



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Posted 20 October 2008 - 05:16 PM


New Holland makes "Gib Key Pullers" they are a punch thats tappered, half moon shaped that the farther you drive it in the more pressure it puts on it. We use them on the Balers a lot. If you want I'll dig up the part#'s and post them.



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Posted 20 October 2008 - 06:39 PM

yea new holland made them idk if they do anymore but there is a left punch and a right punch they changed the angle on the curve part and the last i knew they was EXSPENSIVE and dont really work all that good inless ya have someone with a channelock to hold it down in place

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Posted 20 October 2008 - 08:00 PM

claas sends a GIB key puller with every chopper.after dealing with them for last ten years i'll add the best way i have found.first off dont just put your gib key puller in against the head and start hammering,you break the head off very easy.get a heavy pipe that just fits over the shaft and drive the pulley in away from the gib keys head,then use your gib key puller to remove the key.as stated before the puller is just a wedge,flat on one side a tapered on the other,so as you drive it against the key it digs into the head.if used correctly you shouldnt need channel locks or anything to hold them down.

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Posted 06 November 2008 - 11:46 PM

You gotta get a pipe over the shaft so it is on the pulley and pound the pulley in. Emory cloth the back side of the shaft, and when you get it to move off the key, shine up the shaft on the way out. My pa broke a EXPENSIVE pulley on my 76 trying to pry out a gib key like a retard. I got home and had the pulley off in 10 minutes. Though by then it was in two parts. 82 combines have a couple as well, once I ran them a few times they are OK, but DEFINATELY not preferred. Some guys build pullers out of truck leaf springs, I don't really understand how they are supposed to work. As long as my pipe, mauls, emery cloth and PB blaster work I don't have to do anything special for as often as I have to mess with one. The stuck ones sure can be buggers. BEAT THAT PULLEY IN!!! Trying to pull out before you push in is a sin!!!
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Posted 07 November 2008 - 12:38 AM

Trying to pull out before you push in is a sin!!!




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Posted 07 November 2008 - 08:00 AM

Here's alink with a few pics.
http://forum1.aimoo....ickName_1456155

There is a bar that most folks have in their tool box called a "gibs bar", but they dont know that this is the purpose of that tool. It is a bar with a specific shaped hook on one end. Sometimes it will have a "button" on the back side of the hook. This is to push against the part that the gib key is holding.
I cant believe I cant find a pic of a gib's bar. :angry:

Here's a few more pieces about those famous little..................................things.

http://talk.newagtal...=100918#M100918

http://talk.newagtal...tmode=1#M487109

A "zip gun" is allmost essential for the removal of stubborn gib keys.

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Posted 07 November 2008 - 06:02 PM

we are of course assuming that said gib keys have been shifted in the last couple of decades & u as mite have realised, axial flows come to aust as deck cargo, which means sea air and corrosion

just spent couple of unsucessfull days trying to remove the slip clutch on the feeder of a 1660

even went to extent of drilling the keys out, all was going resonably well untill a key galled 1/2 way out :( :( :( :( :(

oh well, the slip clutch hubs arent 2 badly priced :(


whoever came up with the bright of gib keys should staked out over a bullants nest :angry:

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Posted 08 November 2008 - 02:03 AM

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Posted 08 November 2008 - 03:18 AM

oz,
What's a bullant?
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big bitey critter :D

larger ant that has the bite equiv to someone setting vise-grips on to your finger

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