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01-07-2014 17:02:51

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Is there anything I need to know to put brakes on a G

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01-08-2014 08:40:27

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 Re: allis G in reply to TAGS, 01-07-2014 17:02:51  
NAPA has or can order seals, # 12456. I put two on each axle to make sure at least one wasn't running in the old seal's wear groove. I also packed with grease between the two seals to make sure the outer seal was lubed. Be sure not to damage the new seals as you go back together. I also had to do a little shimming under one of the brake parts to get the brake to retract with just return spring force.

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01-07-2014 18:46:58

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 Re: allis G in reply to TAGS, 01-07-2014 17:02:51  
Be careful to support the tractor so it does not tip sideways and hurt you. Use gasket cement on the thin shims that adjust the the carrier bearings. If you don"t it will drip oil.

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01-07-2014 18:01:46

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 Re: allis G in reply to TAGS, 01-07-2014 17:02:51  
be sure to replace the inner axle seals before you put the axles back, also remember to remove the clutch rod that goes through the LH housing before you try to pull that side!

I have a PDF of the service manual you're welcome to if wanted. Shoot me your email if so


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