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TO 30 Z-129 Front main oil leak

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11-08-2013 08:27:09

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Alright everybody I recently aquired this tractor and found that it once had a loader installed (radius arms bent/reinforced, hood hacked open to check radiator (missed with the first hole) and fill fuel) I noticed that the front pump shaft is still sitting in the middle of the front axle pin and it likes to puke oil from the front seal once you shut it off.

Is this common to machines that ran a front mounted hyd pump? Or is it just due to the fact that it's 60 yrs old?
Anything I should know about pulling the front pulley? I plan on yanking the front cradle off to replace the hammered pin and bushing anyhow. Do they make a repair sleeve for the pulley if it's scored heavily?


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11-08-2013 11:53:01

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 Re: TO 30 Z-129 Front main oil leak in reply to gears, 11-08-2013 08:27:09  
So the cover has to come off too? I can't just drive a screwdriver through the old seal and pop in a new one? Or does it go in from the back?

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11-09-2013 07:11:24

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 Re: TO 30 Z-129 Front main oil leak in reply to gears, 11-08-2013 11:53:01  
The front cover is a smooth bore where the seal slides in. You need to make sure it is flush in the back

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Tony in Mass.

11-08-2013 10:25:27

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 Re: TO 30 Z-129 Front main oil leak in reply to gears, 11-08-2013 08:27:09  
Nothing out of the nor m if you work on engines. I. will bet the pulley won't come off easy with the pump shaft on there all these years, go easy, try not to break it, but most all these parts are for sale here tho. While you have the cover off, triple check the gov parts.....

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