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Re: Un-splitting a TO-35

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07-07-2013 08:39:51

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I'm not sure how I would test the seals before re-assembly for a couple of reasons. One, because the seals in question are at the top of the transmission so I'd have to massively over fill it to get oil to come out (even if I did tilt it downward) and two because I theorize (perhaps incorrectly) that the leak wouldn't really come on until those shafts start turning and it's all put under load. I may be foolish but I think I'm just going to take my least now I will be aware of it and I can remove the inspection plate to check for leaks........and the drain hole is open now and cotter pin cleaned out so the oil can actually get out if there is a leak. I mean, from that design you'd almost think that it's supposed to leak a bit wouldn't ya? If it didn't leak a little bit there would be no need of a drain hole right?
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07-07-2013 09:49:33

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 Re: Un-splitting a TO-35 in reply to Inno, 07-07-2013 08:39:51  
Now if your '35 has a pump inside it that need s to be turned to pressurize it, try hooking up a large drill motor to turn the input shaft. How'zat?

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