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Re: oil leak

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Robert Major

06-13-2011 05:29:55

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Hi on your major there is oil seals on the shaft the brake pedals and clutch pedal is mounted on. it is rear axle oil that is leaking out. the shaft runs right through the transmission housing. when you look at the end of the shaft you will see a washer behind the pedal against the housing the seal is behind that. you have to drain the rear axle oil. remove the pedals and pull the shaft to get them out. Chances are that the seal is split and the shaft has a wear grove in it. The seals are available from Agriline products in the U.K or some thing that will do from your local bearing supply company. if the shaft is grooved you will have to do something with it as the seals will leak again if ya dont. I hope this helps ya a bit if ya stuck ask Im just doing the seals in on of mine. Regards Robert

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06-13-2011 17:42:31

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 Re: oil leak in reply to Robert Major, 06-13-2011 05:29:55  
thanks for the info. I just finished taking off the petals and saw that there was in fact t seal there. I was able to get them out. Nimber on it is RTB 2581. I don"t see a groove but book does not say how to get shaft out so will have to see what happens when I try.

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