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Re: Installing An Oil Seal On A 200???

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Dean Olson

11-08-2012 17:09:47

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I suspect your talking about the seal that goes in the bull pinion retainer. I just picked up 2 and installed on my SC today. They are tighter than the last set i got. I grease them up and tap them into place. Go slow and hit a little harder each time till it goes. You need to tap them all the way around as it will bind up easily. I did deform the lip pretty good getting one in but straightened it up once I had it all the way in. .

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11-08-2012 17:27:21

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 Re: Installing An Oil Seal On A 200??? in reply to Dean Olson, 11-08-2012 17:09:47  
The shaft that the clutch and break peddles rotate on has two seals and oil standing on the inside of the transmission against the seals. I did what you suggested but it will not even start. I will grease it up tomorrow and try again after I remove the break housing to get it out of the way. I have a way to rig a press so we will see. I noticed a shoulder along the entrance to the hole so a file may be in order. I know the old seal popped out once I got it started.

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11-08-2012 17:56:25

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 Re: Installing An Oil Seal On A 200??? in reply to Lmack, 11-08-2012 17:27:21  
You don't need a file--are you sure you have the right seal? A rare mistake by the seller but it has happened. If the seal person took the measurements it could happen. If they are CaseIH seals or if the number was crossed it shouldn't happen.

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11-08-2012 18:01:17

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 Re: Installing An Oil Seal On A 200??? in reply to CNKS, 11-08-2012 17:56:25  
I will check. They came from the CIH warehouse drop shipped from ATL. There were two and one went in with no problem. As you have suggested I will verify the part numbers before I go break something. I didn't have my glasses on but I was able to see a shoulder. I will take a closer look in the morning.

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11-08-2012 18:08:34

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 Re: Installing An Oil Seal On A 200??? in reply to Lmack, 11-08-2012 18:01:17  
Not likely they are wrong, but if the previous owner messed up, then a file or whatever,I don't know how anyone could mess up a hole in that location, unless he was dumb enough to try to pry it out with a screwdriver between the seal and the housing. On the C I mentioned I had to have the head planed because he drove in a screwdriver.

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