roadless/selene axle diagram

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roadless/selene axle diagram

Postby d.andersen » Mon Jul 28, 2014 7:11 pm

Anybody got a diagram/picture/drawing of a selene / roadless frontaxle on a super major, diff. bearings etc.


also anybody know where to get new gaskets and sealings ??
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Re: roadless/selene axle diagram

Postby Grani » Tue Jul 29, 2014 8:18 pm

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Re: roadless/selene axle diagram

Postby d.andersen » Tue Jul 29, 2014 10:49 pm

Thanks .

got any experience in reversing the drive on the axles ??
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Re: roadless/selene axle diagram

Postby Grani » Wed Jul 30, 2014 5:02 am

The only way to do it is to simply put the whole axle upside down. That is what they have done on Fordson Majors.
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Re: roadless/selene axle diagram

Postby d.andersen » Wed Jul 30, 2014 1:02 pm

Ok but should it not be possible to simply turn the diff. Around ?


On roadless there is a extension axle for the pto ,
Do they also use that on selene , when the 4 wd box is not so
thick ?
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Re: roadless/selene axle diagram

Postby d.andersen » Wed Jul 30, 2014 2:08 pm

the diff house is already sitting in the right side , but is
made for reverse driving (like on loaders)
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Re: roadless/selene axle diagram

Postby Grani » Wed Jul 30, 2014 3:19 pm

d.andersen wrote:the diff house is already sitting in the right side , but is
made for reverse driving (like on loaders)

The gears do not fit the other way in the housing. If the axle is from a backloader you have to put it upside down to get it right for a normal Major.
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Re: roadless/selene axle diagram

Postby d.andersen » Wed Jul 30, 2014 4:45 pm

Grani wrote:
d.andersen wrote:the diff house is already sitting in the right side , but is
made for reverse driving (like on loaders)

The gears do not fit the other way in the housing. If the axle is from a backloader you have to put it upside down to get it right for a normal Major.



Ok but then the drive shaft will turn forward would it not ?

And the bracket for mounting will then turn down will it not ?

On the picture of the truck/lorry you sent , the sits in the right
side that is not possible on tractor .
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Re: roadless/selene axle diagram

Postby Grani » Wed Jul 30, 2014 6:07 pm

d.andersen wrote:
Grani wrote:
d.andersen wrote:the diff house is already sitting in the right side , but is
made for reverse driving (like on loaders)

The gears do not fit the other way in the housing. If the axle is from a backloader you have to put it upside down to get it right for a normal Major.



Ok but then the drive shaft will turn forward would it not ?

And the bracket for mounting will then turn down will it not ?

On the picture of the truck/lorry you sent , the sits in the right
side that is not possible on tractor .

With the two pictures you can se the diff at it´s original position on the truck it was designed for, and how it is the other way on the Major. The shaft is allways pointing backwards.
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Re: roadless/selene axle diagram

Postby d.andersen » Wed Jul 30, 2014 8:02 pm

Yes but as i can see , the shaft will then sit on the right
side
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