Yanmar 2010D front end rebuilding

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Re: Yanmar 2010D front end rebuilding

Postby winston » Wed Feb 19, 2020 10:24 am

Not sure just what part is dealing you misery. If it is getting the tie rod end out of the steering arm you can take a big back up hammer on one side of it and hit just opposite on the other side and many times they will pop right out. Talking about hitting on the side of the steering arm where the tapered shaft goes through it. May not even be where you are talking about.

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Re: Yanmar 2010D front end rebuilding

Postby johnw » Wed Feb 19, 2020 1:05 pm

"Man, I'm having a heck of a time trying to get the steering arms removed so I can take the parts apart to see what else I may need to order. I've sprayed both down several times with a solvent type liquid to loosen or break stuck parts loose. Nothing so far."

This is actually the steering arms H194313-13810-X and -13820 from the 4WD spindle HSA-1385. I need, I believe, to remove the arms before I can do any further disassembly. Items C from D in your schematic you attached.

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Re: Yanmar 2010D front end rebuilding

Postby Aaron » Wed Feb 19, 2020 3:29 pm

You will probably have to use a puller on those if they are stuck.

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Re: Yanmar 2010D front end rebuilding

Postby johnw » Thu Feb 20, 2020 4:48 pm

Tractor Mart in Columbia SC has them to break down for me.
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Re: Yanmar 2010D front end rebuilding

Postby johnw » Tue Mar 03, 2020 9:49 am

Okay, got the parts back from disassembly. After clean up and evaluation, I have damages from the source that disassembled. You know there is no way they will own up to the damage. Please review the pics below and give me your thoughts. Honestly, I really don't want to have to replace these items, bevel gear cases. I think the pics look worse than the actual damage. I know it doesn't take much to create a leak. I also know I don't want to have to disassemble again soon.
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Re: Yanmar 2010D front end rebuilding

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Re: Yanmar 2010D front end rebuilding

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Re: Yanmar 2010D front end rebuilding

Postby johnw » Tue Mar 03, 2020 3:31 pm

Thanks Winston.
Does this sleeve press over the existing boss or does the boss need to be machined down?
Do you know how thick the sleeve wall is?

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Re: Yanmar 2010D front end rebuilding

Postby johnw » Tue Mar 03, 2020 3:37 pm

Sure glad I have some expandable reamers on hand. I had to clean out the bores on both of the steering arms. Place that disassembled for me damaged them as well.

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Re: Yanmar 2010D front end rebuilding

Postby johnw » Tue Mar 03, 2020 3:42 pm

I just ordered the sleeve and I believe it does press on the existing boss diameter.
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Re: Yanmar 2010D front end rebuilding

Postby Aaron » Tue Mar 03, 2020 4:07 pm

I just ordered the sleeve and I believe it does press on the existing boss diameter.


It does. You will want to smear some silicone on the casting before installing the sleeve to make a good seal.

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Re: Yanmar 2010D front end rebuilding

Postby johnw » Wed Mar 04, 2020 12:57 pm

Silicone? Can you give more detail please? Can the sleeve be heated in an oven?

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Re: Yanmar 2010D front end rebuilding

Postby winston » Wed Mar 04, 2020 1:05 pm

Butting in but I don't think you will have to heat or press it on although it will be a close fit. Silicone sealant under it will just assure a good seal. It is made out of thin material and will come with installation tool. https://www.google.com/search?q=install ... tQW_woFo42
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Re: Yanmar 2010D front end rebuilding

Postby johnw » Thu Mar 05, 2020 9:40 am

Watched a video featuring SKF tech. Question asked was about heating the sleeve up. Definitely do not as the heat can cause the sleeve to lose it's round shape and may not give a good seal when installed. I would think that if it did not have the flange, it would not cause an issue. But, the flange is needed for installing. NOTE: make sure to split the flange before installing so it is much easier to remove.

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Re: Yanmar 2010D front end rebuilding

Postby johnw » Mon Mar 09, 2020 5:01 pm

Well, I'm working on trying to get things back together when I am able. Sick in-laws is more important right now. BUT, I did get to spend time this afternoon doing some subassembly. I have a question that I'm having problems figuring out because some other source took the bevel gear assemblies apart. On the schematic shown on page one of this posting, does the oil seal (item P) install with the spring side (open side) of the seal face up towards the threads on the spindle or down towards the bearing on the spindle? It's hard for me to look at the pic and tell, but it looks like the spring side faces the towards the threaded end of the spindle. If it's the other way, with the spring side towards the bearing, I'm having a heck of a time trying to get the spindle through the seal. I'm afraid I'll damage the seal. I used a little oil but it's still too hard to fit.


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