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Re: TO-35 Gear oil in starter

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11-05-2012 07:32:45

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Finally got the shop cleaned up enough to get it in yesterday. Hopefully I can spend a few evenings on it this week. Lots on the list and the list seems to keep getting longer!
I did have a look at the weep hole and the cotter pin moves but it looks pretty crudded up in there. I think I may split it anyway, partly because I've never done one and should and partly because I want to make sure I don't cause damage by not doing things that should be done. The seals can't be all that much, cheap insurance if you ask me. I thought the starter was done for but it seems to be fine after cleaning it out and charging the battery.
I have two floor jacks, 4 jack stands (and a bunch of 2x4s in case), a hyd. bottle jack and a stubborn streak, hopefully that'll be enough.

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11-05-2012 09:31:57

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 Re: TO-35 Gear oil in starter in reply to Inno, 11-05-2012 07:32:45  
a lot of work if nothing is wrong, if you cotter key was loose and the oil came from you adding too much oil.

the oil just drained out, you should be good to go.

try it before you tear it apart is my suggestion.

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