New holland TL100A front axle sweeking

After using today are small tractor New holland TL100A has developed a bad sweeking noise coming from front axle as it rocks on center pivot
I lifted her on the front weight carrier with the telehandler and the front axle is almost seized as far as wanting to rock on center bearing. It will rock but its tight and sweeking
Is it a big job to put new bearings in
 

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balerman

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N Devon
Probably bushes not bearings,depends if the shaft is damaged.undo the bolts holding the front one on,you will be able to tell once you have that off.If the main casting is damaged it will be expensive.
 

Mur Huwcun

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Livestock Farmer
Location
North West Wales
They’re just bushes. Do they take grease ok? If you’re going to replace them then jack it up under the weight carrier or similar, blocks under sump and an axle stand under the bell housing. Remove the four bolts and jack the tractor up slowly ensuring the whole axle drops down evenly off the dowels, both bush carrier will come off then. Pay good attention to the condition of the axle part and if the bush has worn through.
 
They’re just bushes. Do they take grease ok? If you’re going to replace them then jack it up under the weight carrier or similar, blocks under sump and an axle stand under the bell housing. Remove the four bolts and jack the tractor up slowly ensuring the whole axle drops down evenly off the dowels, both bush carrier will come off then. Pay good attention to the condition of the axle part and if the bush has worn through.
No they wouldn't take grease.
So after I place all the props I then Jack up. The dowls are for locating in position so after the axles comes free from them the front bearing carrier slides forward and the rear bearing carrier slides rear ways to come off shafts
Is this what you mean.
What happens to the drive shaft. It must need to be removed?
 

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