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Re: 350 utility ipto unit

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07-28-2013 10:16:02

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Thanks. Mains and Pain do rhyme do they not. Jim

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Dave H (MI)

07-28-2013 12:24:36

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 Re: 350 utility ipto unit in reply to Janicholson, 07-28-2013 10:16:02  
Yes they do. My only experience was on my Cub Loboy and the fun there is that there are issues with failure after repair. Wish I could remember, but I think the retainer has to be machined to make a good fit. Fortunately we had a great guy in SE Michigan who would take yours and give you a machined one for a small fee. It wasn't the hardest job I ever did (splitting a cub) but doing this 300U with the loaded tires wears me out thinking about it. Yes, mains = pains (my back, my knees, shoulder, etc). I'm just not sure how I am going to separate the halves if they give me grief, but that's borrowing trouble...

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07-28-2013 13:40:06

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 Re: 350 utility ipto unit in reply to Dave H (MI), 07-28-2013 12:24:36  
That's the same reason my grain truck gets a quart of Rear Main Seal Stop Leak with every change. Oil is pretty cheap when weighed against the trouble of splitting something.

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