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SHOP MANUAL CASE/INTERNATIONAL MODELS 235, 235H, 245, 255, 265 & 275 The tractor model number and product identification (seriai) number is on a plate iocated on the right side of the front frame raii. The engine seriai number is stamped into the injection pump mounting pad on right side of engine. Serial number of the ROPS (Roii Over Protective Structure) is iocated on right side of structure. On some modeis, the transmission seriai number is stamped into the right of case. INDEX (By Starting Paragraph) BRAKES Adjustment Operation R&R and Overhaul CLUTCH Clutch Linkage All Models Without Live Pto Models Witli Live Pto Clutch Split Cover, Pressure Plate and Disc COOLING SYSITEM Belt Radiator Thermostat Water Pump DIESEL FUEL SYSTEM Fuel Filter and Lines Fuel Shut-Off Solenoid Glow Plugs Grovemor and Injection Pump Camshaft Injection Pump Injector Nozzles DIFFERENTLSkL ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Alternator and Regulator Circuit Description Safety Switches Starting Motor 235 194 193 195 112 113 115 118 105 103 104 106 89 102 101 94 91 96 Models 235H 194 193 195 112 113 115 118 105 103 104 106 89 102 101 94 91 96 245 194 193 195 112 113 116 118 105 103 104 106 89 102 101 94 91 96 255 194 193 195 112 113 116 118 105 103 104 106 89 102 101 94 91 96 265 194 193 196 112 113 115 118 105 103 104 106 89 102 101 94 91 96 275 194 193 197 112 113 117 118 105 103 104 106 89 102 101 94 91 96 186 186 186 186 186 186 107 110 109 108 107 110 109 108 107 110 109 108 107 110 109 108 107 110 109 108 107 110 109 108

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  • SHOP MANUAL

    CASE/INTERNATIONALMODELS 235, 235H, 245, 255, 265 & 275

    The tractor model number and product identification(seriai) number is on a plate iocated on the right side ofthe front frame raii. The engine seriai number is stampedinto the injection pump mounting pad on right side ofengine. Serial number of the ROPS (Roii Over ProtectiveStructure) is iocated on right side of structure. On somemodeis, the transmission seriai number is stamped intothe right of case.

    INDEX (By Starting Paragraph)

    BRAKESAdjustmentOperationR&R and Overhaul

    CLUTCHClutch Linkage

    All Models Without Live PtoModels Witli Live Pto

    Clutch SplitCover, Pressure Plate and Disc

    COOLING SYSITEMBeltRadiatorThermostatWater Pump

    DIESEL FUEL SYSTEMFuel Filter and LinesFuel Shut-Off SolenoidGlow PlugsGrovemor and Injection Pump CamshaftInjection PumpInjector Nozzles

    DIFFERENTLSkL

    ELECTRICAL SYSTEMAlternator and RegulatorCircuit DescriptionSafety SwitchesStarting Motor

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    Models235H

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    255

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  • INDEX (CONT.)

    ENGINECam FollowersCamshaftConnecting Rods and BearingsCrankshaft and Main BearingsCrankshaft SealsCylinder HeadFlywheelMaintenance.Oil PanOil PumpPistons, Cylinder Block and RingsR&R Engine AssemblyRocker Arms and Push RodsRod and Piston UnitsTiming GearsTiming Gear CoverValve Clearance .Valve SpringsValves, Guides and Seats

    FINAL DRIVE

    FRONT AXLE SYSTEM (TWO-WHEEL DRIVE)Axle Main MemberSpindles and BushingsSteering BellcrankTie Rod and Toe-InTires, Wheels and BearingsTread Adjustment and Drag LinkNon-Adjustable Axle

    FRONT-WHEEL-DRIVE SYSTEMAxle and Steering LinkageDifferentialDifferential Bevel PinionFront Drive Spindles and Inner AxlesFront Final Drives and Wheel AxlesFront Wheel DriveMaintenance

    HYDRAULIC LIFT SYSTEMAuxiliary ValveFluid and FiltersHydraulic PumpLift CoverTroubleshootingTests and Adjustments

    MANUAL STEERING SYSTEM

    POWER STEERING SYSTEM

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  • INDEX (CONT.)

    235POWER TAKE OFF 199

    TRANSMISSION (235H HYDROSTATIC)Hydrostatic UnitLubrication.OverhaulRange TransmissionTests and AdjustmentsTroubleshooting

    TRANSMISSION (235 SLIDING GEAR)Inspection 120Lubrication 121Overhaul 123Remove and Reinstall 122

    TRANSMISSION (245, 255 AND 265 CONSTANT MESH)InspectionLubricationOverhaulRemove and Reinstall

    TRANSMISSllON (245, 255 AND 265 SYNCHROMESH)InspectionLubricationOverhaulRange TransmissionRemove and Reinstall

    TRANSMISSl ON (275 MODEL)Hydraulic ClutchInspectionLubricationOverhaulRemove and Reinstall .

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    DUAL DIMENSIONSThis service manual provides specifications in both U.S. Customary and Metric (SI) systems ofmeasurement. The first specification is given in the measuring system perceived by us to be thepreferred system when servicing a particular component, while the second specification (given inparenthesis) is the converted measurement. For instance, a specification of 0.011 inch (0.28 mm)would indicate that we feel the preferred measurement in this instance is the U.S. Customary systemof measiurement and the Metric equivalent of 0.011 inch is 0.28 mm.

  • CONDENSED SERVICE DATA

    235, 235H 245GENERALEngine MakeEngine ModelNumber of CylindersBore

    Stroke

    Displacement

    Compression Ratio

    TXJNE-UPFiring OrderValve Clearance, Cold —

    Inlet

    Exhaust

    Valve Face and Seat AngleInletExhaust

    Injector —Opening Pressure

    Engine Low IdleEngine High IdleEngine Rated SpeedBattery —

    VoltageGround

    Transmission —Types AvailableSpeeds —Sliding gear ,Hydrostatic ,Constant meshS3nic

    SIZESCrankshaft Main Journal

    Diameter

    Crankshaft CrankpinDiameter

    Piston Pin Diameter

    Valve Stem Diameter

    K3B K3D

    Models255

    -MitsubishiK3E

    3

    265 275i

    K3H K3M

    68 mm(2.677 in.)

    73 mm(2.874 in.)

    — 78 mm—

    76 mm(2.992 in.)

    78 mm 84 mm(3.071 in.) (3.307 in.)

    90 mm(3.071 in.) (3.543 in.)

    849 cc 979 cc 1061 cc 1290 cc 1496 cc(51.81 cu.in.) (59.74 cu.in.) (64.75 cu.in.) (78.72 cu.in.) (91.29 cu.in.)

    23:1

    1-3-2

    -0.25 mm -(0.010 in.)

    -0.25 mm -(0.010 in.)

    45°45°

    -10,789-12,749 kPa(1565-1849 psi)

    900-950-

    —14,714-16,672 kPa —(2134-2418 psi)

    i-2825-2900-

    2700 2700 2800 27002825-2880

    2700

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    6F-2RVariable x 2

    -9F-3R-9F - 3R-

    -52 mm-(2.0472 in.)

    — 57 mm—(2.44 in.)

    42 mm-(1.6535 in.)

    —19 mm —(0.905 in.)

    48 mm —(1.890 in.)

    23 mm

    —6.6 mm -(0.2598 in.)

    (0.905 in.)8.0 mm-

    (0.3150 in.)

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  • CONDENSED SERVICE DATA (CONT.)

    CLEARANCESMain Bearing, Diametral

    Clearance, Miiximum

    Rod Bearing D iametralClearance, Miaximum

    Camshaft Bearing, DiametralClearance, Maximum —Front

    Crankshaft End Play,Maximum

    CAPACITIESCooling System

    CrankcaseWith Filter

    Transmission —Constant Mesh

    Sliding Gear

    Synchronized

    Hydrostatic

    Front Drive Axle

    235,235H

    6L(6.34 qt.)

    3.5 L(3.70 qt.)

    12 L(3.17 gal.)

    14 L(3.70 gal.)

    2.5 L(2.6 qt.)

    245Models

    255 265 275

    - 0.1 mm —(0.004 in.)

    —0.15 mm -(0.006 in.)

    —0.15 mm -(0.006 in.)

    — 0.1 mm —(0.004 in.)

    -5 .3 L -(5.6 qt.)

    - 4.5 L -(4.8 qt.)

    20 L-(5.3 gal.)

    25 L-(6.6 gal.)

    - 3 . 5 L -(3.7 qt.)

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    6L.34 qt.)

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    7.3 L(7.7 qt.)

    * Model 235 is equipped with a sliding gear transmission and 235H model is equipped with a hydrostatictransmission. Both the sliding gear transmission and the variable speed (F/R) hydrostatic transmission arecoupled to a two speed, range transmission.

    t Models 245, 255 and 265 may be equipped with either a constant mesh transmission or a synchromeshtransmission. Both constant mesh and synchromesh transmissions are coupled to a three speed rangetransmission, which provide 9 forward and 3 reverse speeds. The constant mesh trguismission is used withoutlive pto; the synchromesh transmission is used with live pto.

    t Model 275 tractors are equipped with a three forward and 1 reverse speed S3nichromesh transmission coupledto a three speed range transmission, which provides 9 forward and 3 reverse speeds.

    # On 275 models, capacity of the gear transmission is 6.5 L (1.7 gal.), capacity of the range transmission is 19 L(5.0 gal.), and capacity of the rear axle gear case is 3 L (0.8 gal.) for each side.

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  • Paragraph 1 CASE/INTERNATIONAL

    FRONT AXLE SYSTEM(TWO-WHEEL DRIVE)

    TIRES, WHEELS AND BEARINGS

    All Two-Wheel-Drive Models

    1, The front wheel bearings should be removed,cleaned, inspected and renewed or repacked withgrease every 1000 hours of operation. % remove frontwheel hub and bearings, raise and support the frontaxle, unbolt and remove the tire and wheel assembly,then remove cap (1—Fig. 1 or Fig. 2). On 235 and235H models, straighten locking washer (3—Fig. 1),then remove nut (2) and lockwasher. On all except235 and 235H niodels, reinove cotter pin, castellatednut (2—Fig. 2), and washer (3). On all models, use asuitable puller to remove t;he hub assembly fromspindle axle shaft. Seal (3—Fig. 1 or Fig. 2) and innerbearing (6) will remain on spindle. Pack wheel bear-ings liberally with a suitable wheel bearing grease,such as Case IH 25 X HEP.

    Reassemble by reversing disassembly procedure.On 235 and 235H models, install new locking washer(3—Fig. 1) and tighten nut (2) to 39-58 N.m (28-43ft.-lbs.) torque, loosen nut until the rolling torque ofwheel hub (5) is 0.6-0.8 N.m (6-7 in.-lbs.), then lock

    position of nut with tab of locking washer (3) andinstall cap (1). Tighten bolts retaining front wheel tohub to 118-132 N.m (87-98 ft.-lbs.) torque.

    On all except 235 and 235H models, tighten castel-lated nut (2—Fig. 2) to 39-58 N.m (28-43 ft.-lbs.)torque, loosen nut until the rolling torque of wheelhub (5) is 0.6-0.8 N.m (6-7 in.-lbs.), then lock positionof nut with cotter pin and install cap (1). Tighten boltsretaining front wheel to hub to 83-93 N.m (61-69ft.-lbs.) torque.

    Rear wheel to axle hub bolts and rear axle stud nutsfor 235 and 235H models should he tightened to118-132 N.m (87-98 ft.-lhs.) torque. On 245, 255 and275 models, the rear wheel to axle huh bolts shouldbe tightened to 118-132 N.m (87-98 fb.-lbs.) torqueand nuts securing rear wheel rim to wheel disc shouldhe tightened to 152-172 N.m (112-127 ft.-lhs.) torque.Rear wheel disc to axle huh and rear wheel rim towheel disc nuts should be tightened to 152-172 N.m(112-127 fb.-lbs.) torque for 265 models.

    On all models, lug bolt torque for all wheels shouldbe checked after the first 10 hours of operation follow-ing installation and every 100 hours thereafter. |

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    Fig. I^Exploded view of front axie usedon 235 models. Drag lini( (26) attaches toarm (17) and tie rod connects arms at-tached to tiie spindies (10 & 22).1. Cap2. Nut3. Tab washer4. Outer ball bearing5. Wheel hub6. Inner ball bearing7. Spacer8. Seal

    10. Left spindle11. "O" ring12. Spacer13. Thrust bearing14. Bushings

    15. Seal16. Washer17. Steering arm19. Axle main member20. Nut21. Axle pivot22. Right spindle23. Nut24. Washer25. Front frame26. Drag link27. Nut28. Steering arm

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  • MODELS 23j>, 235H, 245, 255, 265 & 275 Paragraph 1 (Cont.)

    Some wheels can be reversed to change tread widthon some tracto]r models, but certain wheels shouldonly be installed one way and should not be reversed.Check with wheel or tractor manufacturer if properinstallation method is not known. Refer to the follow-ing specifications for recommended inflation pres-sures. Actual air pressure should be adjusted toconform to the load on the tire and ground condition.

    Two-Wheel Drive 235 and 235HFront —

    Tire size 18 x 7.00-8-4 plyTread type PD (G2)Max. Inflation Pressure 200 kPa (28 psi)Rim size 5.50-8

    Tire size 4.00-9-4 plyTread type F2Max. Inflation Pressure 320 kPa (46 psi)Rim size 3.00D-9DT

    Tire size 4.50-10-4 plyTread type FSRMax. Inflation Pressure 300 kPa (42 psi)Rim size 3.00D-10

    Tire size 5.00-10-4 plyTread type FSRMax. Inflation Pressure 280 kPa (40 psi)Rim size 3.00D-10

    Tire size 20 x 8.00-10-4 plyTread type . . . PD (G2)

    Max. Inflation Pressure 160 kPa (24 psi)Rim size 6.001-10

    Rear —Tire size 8-16-4 ply

    Tread type FSLHMax. Inflation Pressure 100 kPa (14 psi)Rim size W6-16

    Tire size 8-18-4 plyTread type FSLHMax. Inflation Pressure . 83-159 kPa (12-23 psi)Rim size W6-18

    Tire size 9.5-18-4 plyTread type FDMax. Inflation Pressure . 83-138 kPa (12-20 psi)Rim size W8-18

    Two-Wheel Drive 245 and 255Front —

    Tire size 20 x 8.00-10-4 plyTread type PDMax. Inflation Pressure 165 kPa (24 psi)Rim size 6.001 x lODT

    Tire size 24 x 8.50-14-4 plyTVead type PDlMax. Inflation Pressure 165 kPa (24 psi)Rim size 7JA-14

    Tire size 4.00-15-4 plyTread type F2Max. Inflation Pressure 360 kPa (52 psi)

    25Fig. 2—Exploded view of front axietypicai of some 245 and 255 modeis.Refer to Fig. 3 for modeis witti adjust-abie tread axie. Upper steering arms,drag iinii and reiated parts for non-ad-Justabie axie are simiiar to thosesiiown in Fig. 3.

    16. Woodruff key18. "O" ring

    (25 mm)19. Axle main

    member20. Screws21. Axle pivot25. Front frame29. Collar30. Shims31. Washer32. "O" rings

    (25 mm)

    1. Cap2. Nut3. Washer4. Outer ball

    bearing ^5. Wheel hub6. Inner ball

    bearing8. Seal9. Gasket

    10. Left spindle11. "Cring (38 mm)13. Thrust bearing14. Bushings 33. Bushings

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    Rim size 3.00D x 15Tire size 5.00-15-4 ply

    Tread type F2Max. Inflation Pressure 300 kPa (44 psi)Rim size 3.00D x 15

    Tire size 5.90-15-4 plyTread type FI2Max. Inflation Pressure 245 kPa (36 psi)Rim size 4.00E-15

    Rear —Tire size 13.6-16-4 ply

    Tread type PDlMax. Inflation Pressure. 75-100 kPa (11-14 psi)Rim size W12 x 16

    Tire size 9.5-24-4 plyTread type RlMax. Inflation Pressure. 85-135 kPa (12-20 psi)Rim size W7 x 24

    Tire size 11.2-24-4 plyTread type RlMax. Inflation Pressure. 85-125 kPa (12-18 psi)Rim size W9-24

    Two-Wheel Drive 265Front —

    Tire size 24 x 8.50-14-4 plyTread type PDlMax. Inflation Pressure 165 kPa (24 psi)Rim size 7JA-14

    Tire size 5.50-16-4 plyTread type F2Max. Inflation Pressure 275 kPa (40 psi)Rim size 4.00E-16

    Rear —Tire size 355/80D20-4 ply

    Tread type PDlMax. Inflation Pressure. 70-100 kPa (10-14 psi)Rim size Wll-20

    Tire size . 12.4-24-4 plyTread type RlMax. Inflation Pressure. 85-110 kPa (12-16 psi)Rim size WlO-24

    Tire size 11.2-28-4 plyTread type RlMax. Inflation Pressure. 85-125 kPa (12-18 psi)Rim size WlO-28

    Tire size 11.2-36-4 plyTread type RlMax. Inflation Pressure. 85-125 kPa (12-18 psi)Rim size WlO-36

    Two-Wheel Drive 275Front —

    Tire size . 24 x 8.50-14-4 plyTread type PDlMax. Inflation Pressure 165 kPa (24 psi)Rim size 7JA x 14

    Tire size 5.00-15-4 ply

    Tread type AGMax. Inflation Pressure 255 kPa (37 psi) iRim size 3.00D x 15 I

    Tire size 5.90-15-4 ply ^Tread type ESMax. Inflation Pressure 215 kPa (31 psi)Rim size 4.00E x 15DC j

    Tire size 212/80D15-4 plyTread type PDl ^Max. Inflation Pressure 165 kPa (24 psi)Rim size 7JA x 15

    Tire size 27 x 8.50-15-4 plyTread type G2Max. Inflation Pressure 205 kPa (30 psi)Rim size 7JA x 15

    Tire size 5.50-16-4 plyTread type F2Max. Inflation Pressure 275 kPa (40 psi)Rim size 4.00E x 16

    Tire size 6.00-16-4 plyTread type F2Max. Inflation Pressure 250 kPa (36 psi)Rim size 4.00 x 16

    Rear —Tire size 18.4-16.1-4 ply

    Tread type G2Max. Inflation Pressure 85 kPa (12 psi)Rim size 16 LB x 16.1

    Tire size 355/80D20-4 plyTread type PDlMax. Inflation Pressure . . 70-95 kPa (10-14 psi)Rim size Wll x 20

    Tire size 11.2/10-24-4 plyTread type ESMax. Inflation Pressure . . . . . . 115 kPa (17 psi)Rim size W9 x 24

    Tire size 12.4-24-4 plyTread type RlMax. Inflation Pressure . 85-110 kPa (12-16 psi)Rim size WIO x 24

    Tire size 13.6-24-4 plyTread type RlMax. Inflation Pressure 95 kPa (14 psi)Rim size Wll x 24

    TIE ROD AND TOE-IN

    Two Wheel Drive 235, 235H, 245 And 255Models

    2. A single tie rod connects left and right steeringarms of spindles (10 and 22—Fig. 1, Fig. 2 and Fig.3) for 235, 235H, 245 and 255 models. Automotivetype ends are not adjustable for wear and should berenewed if worn. Tighten nuts attaching tie rod endsto steering arms to 59-88 N.m (43-65 ft.-lbs.) torque.

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  • MODELS 235, 235H, 245, 255, 265 & 275 Paragraphs 3-4

    Fig. 3—Exploded view of adjustable axleused on some 245 and 255 models.10. Left spindle11. "O" ring13. Thrust bearing14. Bushing17. Steering arm18. "O" ring19. Axle main

    naember22. Right spindle26. Drag link27. Nut28. Steering arm

    31- Washer32. "O" ring33. Bushing34. Axle extension35. Right steering

    arm36. Tie rod outer tube37. Pin38. Clamp39. Inner tie rod40. Locknut41. Rod end

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    Rod ends tlireaded into tie rod are used to adjustthe distance between ends and establish front wheeltoe-in. Recon:Lmended toe-in is 4-8 mm ( /̂i6- /̂l6 in.)and should he measured between wheel rims on cen-terline of axle, parallel to ground. Rotate wheels andre-measure tc be sure that wheels are not bent, givingincorrect reading. Tighten rod end jam nut (40—Fig.3) to 59-88 N.m (43-65 ft.-lbs.) torque after toe-in iscorrectly set. Bolt for clamps (38) should be tightenedto 25-29 N.m (18-22 ft.lbs.) torque. Holes in tie rodtubes, pins (37) and clamps (38) are used to adjustlength of tie rods when changing width of adjustableaxle as outlined in paragraph 14.

    Two Wheel Drive 265 Model

    3. On 265 models, one tie rod connects left steeringarm (17—Fig. 4) to steering arm (28) and a second tierod connects right steering arm (35). Automotive typeends are not adjustable for wear and should be re-newed if worn. Holes for clamp bolts (37) in tie rodsare used to adjust length of tie rods when changingadjustable axle width. It is important that both tierods be adjusted to the same width and that widthcorresponds to the axle width. Refer to paragraph 14when changing axle width.

    Rod ends (41) threaded into left side tie rod areused to change distance between ends and make fineadjustments to the front wheel toe-in. Tie rod endthreaded into outer tube has left hand thread, per-mitting adjustment by turning tubes after looseningthe rod end locknuts. Recommended toe-in is 4-8 mm(3/16-5/̂ 6 in.) and should be measured between wheelrims on centerline of axle, parallel to ground. Rotatewheels and re-measure to be sure that wheels are notbent, giving incorrect reading. Tighten rod end jamnuts (40) to 59-88 N.m (43-65 ft.-lbs.) torque aftertoe-in is correctly set.

    Two Wheel Drive 275 Model

    4. On 275 models, one tie rod connects left steeringarm and spindle (10—Fig. 5) to the bellcrank (47—Fig. 6) and a second tie rod connects right steeringarm. Automotive type ends are not adjustable forwear and should be renewed if worn. Rod ends (41)threaded into right side tie rod are used to adjust thedistance between ends and establish front wheel toe-in. Tie rod end threaded into outer tube has left handthread. Recommended toe-in is 4-8 mm (Vi6- /̂i6 in.)and should be measured between wheel rims on cen-terline of axle, parallel to ground. Rotate wheels andre-measure to be sure that wheels are not bent, giving

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  • Paragraph 5

    incorrect reading. Tighten rod end jam nut (40) to59-88 N.m (43-65 fl.-lbs.) torque after toe-in is cor-rectly set. Holes for clamp bolts (37) in tie rod are usedto adjust length of tie rods when changing adjustableaxle width. Clamp bolts (37) should be tightened to29-34 N.m (22-25 ft.-lbs.) torque.

    CASE/INTERNATIONAL

    SPINDLES AND BUSHINGS

    Two Wheel Drive 235 Model

    5. To remove spindle (10—Fig. 1) from left side, firstraise and support axle on left side, then remove wheel

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    Fig. 4—Exploded view of adjustable axleused on 265 models. Axle Is offset to rightside of engine centeriine.10. Left spindle11. "O" ring12. Spacer13. Thrust bearing14. Bushings15. Seal16. WoodrufFkeys17. Left steering arm19, Axle main member20. Pivot pin

    retaining screw21. Axle pivot22, Right spindle

    25. Front frame27. Nut28. Steering arm31. Washer32. "O" rings (29 mm)33. Bushings34. Axle extension35. Right steering arm36. Tie rod outer tube37. Tie rod clamp bolt39. Inner tie rod40. Locknut41. Rod end

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  • MODELS 235, 235H, 245, 255, 265 & 275 Paragraph 5 (Cont.)

    Fig. 5—Expioded view of adjustfibiB axieused on 275 modeis.

    10. Left spindle11. "0" ring (42 mm)13. Thrust bearing14. Bushings18. "O" ring (29 mm)19. Axle main member

    ) . 21. Axle pivot22. Right spindle23. Collar24. Spring pin25. Front frame31. Wanher32. "O" rings (29 mm)33. Bushings34. Axle extension42. Axle pivot brackets

    Fig. 6—Expioded view of steering iiniC'age for 275 modeis. Shaft (48) is part offront frame (25—Fig. 5).

    10. Left spindle22. Right spindle26. Drag link27. Nut28. Steering arm36. Tie rod outer tube37. Tie rod clamp bolt39. Inner tie rod40. Locknut41. Rod end43. Nut44. Spacer (5 mm)45. Sealing rings (30 mm)46. Bushings47. Bellcrank48. Bellcrank shaft

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    and hub. Detach drag link (26) from upper steeringarm (17) and tie rod from lower steering arm ofspindle (10). Remove clamp bolt attaching uppersteering arm (17), then pull steering arm from spin-dle. Remove washer (16) and seal (15) from top andwithdraw spindle (10), thrust bearing (13) and spacer(12) from bottom.

    TD remove spindle (22) from right side, first raiseand support axle on right side, then remove wheeland bub. Detach tie rod from lower steering arm ofspindle (22), remove cotter pin and nut (23), thenlower spindle from bearings.

    Clean and inspect parts for wear or other damageand renew as necessary. Inside diameter of installedbushings (14) should be 25.040-25.073 mm (0.9858-0.9871 in.) and outside diameter of spindle should be24.947-24.980 mm (0.9822-0.9835 in.).

    Assemble by reversing removal procedure. Greasethrust bearing (13), coat "O" ring (11) with grease andcoat bushing surface of spindle with oil before assem-bling. On left side, lubricate seal (15) and assembleseal, washer and upper steering arm (17). Installsteering arm with hole for clamp bolt aligned withnotch in spindle. Gap between steering arm andwasher should be less than 0.5 mm (0.02 in.) andclamp bolt should be tightened to 21-29 N.m (15-21fl.-lbs.) torque. Assemble spindle on right side usingsimilar procedure. Tighten nut (23) to 44-53 N.m(33-40 ft.-lbs.) torque. Refer to paragraph 1 for assem-bling wheel hub and to paragraph 2 for toe-in adjust-ment.

    Two Wheel Drive 245 And 255 Models

    6. TD remove either spindle (10 or 22—Fig. 3), firstraise and support axle, then remove wheel and hub.Detach tie rod from steering arm (17 or 35) and draglink (26) from left steering arm (17), if left spindle isbeing removed. Remove clamp bolt attaching steeringarm to spindle, then pull steering arm from spindle.Remove seal (18) from top and withdraw spindle (10),tbnist bearing (13) and "O" ring (11) from bottom.

    Clean and inspect parts for wear or other damageand renew as necessary. Assemble by reversing re-moval procedure. Grease thrust bearing (13), coat "O"ring (11) with grease and coat bushing surface ofspindle with oil before assembling. Lower race ofthrust bearing (13) has smaller inside diameter thanupper race. Install lubricated seal (18), key (16) andsteering arm (17 or 35). Gap between steering armand axle should be less than 0.3 mm (0.012 in.). Referto paragraph 1 for assembling wheel hub and toparagraph 2 for toe-in adjustment.

    Two Wheel Drive 265 Model

    7. Ib remove either spindle (10 or 22—Fig. 4), firstraise and support axle, then remove wheel and hub.

    Detach tie rod from steering arm (17 or 35), removeclamp bolt attaching steering arm to spindle, thenpull steering arm from spindle. Remove seal (15) fromtop and withdraw spindle (10 or 22), thrust bearing(13), "O" ring (11) and spacer (12) from bottom.

    Clean and inspect parts for wear or other damageand renew as necessary. Assemble by reversing re-moval procedure. Press bushings (14) into bores untilseated against shoulder. Grease thrust bearing (13),coat "O" ring (11) with grease and coat bushing sur-face of spindle with oil before assembling. Installlubricated seal (15), key (16) and steering arm (17 or35). Gap between steering arm and axle should be0.1-0.3 mm (0.004-0.012 in.). Refer to paragraph 1 forassembling wheel hub and to paragraph 3 for toe-inadjustment.

    Two Wheel Drive 275 Modei

    8, TD remove either spindle (10 or 22—Fig. 5), firstraise and support axle, then remove wheel and hub.Detach tie rod from spindle steering arm, then drivespring pin (24) from collar (23) and spindle. Removecollar and seal (18), then withdraw spindle (10 or 22),thrust bearing (13) and "O" ring (11) from bottom.

    Clean and inspect parts for wear or other damageand renew as necessary. Standard diameter of spindlebushings (14) is 30.010-30.137 mm (1.1815-1.1865in.). Bushing and/or spindle should be renewed ifclearance between spindle and bushing exceeds 0.3mm (0.012 in.). Assemble by reversing removal pro-cedure. Grease thrust bearing (13), coat "O" ring (11)with grease and coat bushing surface of spindle withoil before assembling. Lower race of thrust bearing(13) has smaller inside diameter than upper race.Install lubricated seal (18) and collar (23) with holesaligned with hole in spindle, then drive spring pinthrough collar and spindle. Gap between collar andaxle should be less than 0.3 mm (0.012 in.). Refer toparagraph 1 for assembling wheel hub and to para-graph 4 for toe-in adjustment.

    AXLE MAIN MEMBER, PIVOT PIN ANDBUSHiNGS

    Two Wheel Drive 235 Model

    9. The front axle pivots on a shaft (21—Fig. 1)which is retained in front frame (25) by castellatednut (20).

    To remove the axle assembly, raise tractor andsupport under tractor frame. Remove both frontwheels and disconnect steering drag link (26) fromsteering arm (17). Remove cotter pin and nut (20)from pivot shaft (21), then support axle with rollingfloor jack under center of axle. Pull pivot pin (21)forward, lower axle assembly enough to clear frame,then roll axle forward from under tractor frame.

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    Outside diameter of pin (21) should be 21.902-21.935 mm (0,862-0.864 in.) and hole in axle for pinshould be 22.00-22.052 mm (0.866-0.8682 in.).

    Reinstall by reversing removal procedure. Greasepivot shaft beifore installation. Tighten castellatednut (20) to 146.4-166.8 N.m (108-123 ft.-lbs.) torque,then back nut off V4-V3 turn until cotter pin can beinstalled. Axles should tip smoothly, but without endplay. Tighten bolts retaining wheel to hub to 118-132N.m (87-98 ft.-lbs.) torque. ,

    Two Wheel Drive 245 And 255 Models

    10. The non-adjustable (Fig. 2) and adjustable (Fig.3) front axles both pivot on a shaft (21—Fig. 2) whichis retained in front frame (25) by screws (20). Shims(30) are used to adjust axle end play.

    To remove the complete axle as an assembly, firstremove any front mounted equipment and weights.Raise and block front of tractor in such a way that itwill not interfere with the removal of axle. Removewheels and support axle in the center with a rollingfloor jack so that it can be lowered and moved awayfrom tractor. Remove screws (20—Fig. 2) from pivotshaft (21), then carefully remove shims (30). Removepivot shaft (21), carefully lower axle assembly enoughto clear frame;, then roll axle forward from undertractor frame.

    Check axle pivot bushings (33—Fig. 2 and Fig. 3)and renew if iiecessary. Bushings are pressed intobore of axle an d should be installed flush with bore.Reverse removal procedure when assembling, greas-ing pivot shai't before installation. Axle end playshould be 0.1-0.3 mm (0.004-0.012 in.) and axleshould tip smoothly. Tb measure and adjust end play,push the axle to the rear, then measure clearancebetween front of £ixle and plate on pivot pin with afeeler gauge. Shims (30) should be added to increaseclearance. Mat:e sure that screws (20) attaching pivotpin plate (21) are tight when measuring, but that axledoes not bind. Refer to paragraphs 1 and 2 for addi-tional torque values and assembly notes.

    Two Wheel Drive 265 Model

    11. The front axle pivots on a shaft (21—Fig. 4)which is retained in front frame (25) by screw (20).

    Tb remove the axle assembly, raise tractor andsupport undei tractor frame. Remove both frontwheels and dis