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Re: Rear Main Seal

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07-10-2013 05:23:38

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Yes the pan will have to be removed as there are 2 bolts that go in from the inside to the round seal.Pay attention to the lip on the seal and order your parts before removal. If you don't disturb the rear main and the rope seals show no signs of leaking then I'd leave that alone.

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07-10-2013 05:58:21

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 Re: Rear Main Seal in reply to 2tractors, 07-10-2013 05:23:38  
After much searching I found that the pan does have to come off too. How will I be able too tell if the rope packing is leaking? I plan on ordering the new seal, and oil pan gasket. Is there anything else I need besides time to split? I'm thinking I should replace the clutch disk while i am in there. Maybe the input shaft seal too?

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07-10-2013 15:03:31

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 Re: Rear Main Seal in reply to Michaelbarcia, 07-10-2013 05:58:21  
Since it was leaking so profusely I dought you'll be able to tell much about the ropes but usually there is a wet area running down the seam of the rear bearing housing and the block. The disc and the front pto seal should be easy without the dual clutch. Maybe some gasket seal and threaded rod the size of the bolts to help align it back together.Also an alignment tool for the clutch plate.

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