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Unread 06-12-2019, 08:38 PM   #21
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Just to clarify, can you confirm that the reason the motor will not come out is because it is no longer attached to the outside casing due to my inadvertent removal of the screws on the end cap of the motor casing where the speed sensor goes?
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Unread 06-12-2019, 08:46 PM   #22
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Just to clarify, can you confirm that the reason the motor will not come out is because it is no longer attached to the outside casing due to my inadvertent removal of the screws on the end cap of the motor casing where the speed sensor goes?
Yes and no. Some of these motors get “fused” or attached to the splined shaft that connects to the transfer case at times. Even with the case still on the motor this can happen.

Dave can likely give you a solution, but your casing no longer being attached is absolutely a possible factor.

If it were me, and it’s not, but if it were 8 would take off wheels, drop the axle, and work on the entire assembly on a bench at this point. By the time you figure out a solution to do the job while it is mounted, and fight with it to do so, you’d save half the time dropping the axle and having better access to the motor.
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Unread 06-13-2019, 12:42 AM   #23
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FairTax... awesome. I did indeed get the clearance I needed to remove the case. It is heavy. Thank you.

All, I cannot get the leverage to pull the armature (I think that is what you folks were calling it) off. I think if I hung upside down in the garage I might have the right angle. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Either way I will give this another shot tomorrow or Friday.

Thank you!

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