Posted by Fred E. on July 28, 2013 at 11:13:58 from (220.127.116.11):
Good day all, long time, no talk. Been working a lot. I am replacing the brakes on a early model, tall hooded 830 and they are shot. Both sides are completely shot and totally soaked in oilnad dirt. I cleaned the weep holes under the bearing carriers/ brake plates that the slined shaft comes out of the tractor. I will be cleaning them with brake cleaner. My question is how can the oil leak be fixed or can it be fixed? Can the carriers be removed to replace it, looks like an o-ring maybe or It is just something that was caused from the weep holes being clogged though one side was not clogged to badly. Any help woud be appreciated if someone has any experience with this. Regards, FE
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