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Fordson Tractors Discussion Forum

1959 Fordson Dexta PTO seal

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02-14-2014 13:32:11

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I am restoring a 1959 Fordson Dexta. I am about complete however when I filled the rear axle with oil the PTO seal started leaking. The parts book looks like you pull the rear PTO housing which contains the bearing and seal. I tried this
but the housing is very difficult to move on the shaft. Is this the correct procedure? If so how do you get the bearing and seal back on the PTO shaft.

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02-16-2014 08:33:40

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 Re: 1959 Fordson Dexta PTO seal in reply to rbarron, 02-14-2014 13:32:11  
I pulled my entire shaft, pulled the locking ring and removed the collar, replace the seal and bearing. But I was doing a lot more, and pulled the PTO shifter, and replaced the bronze bushing and seal.

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02-16-2014 13:43:04

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 Re: 1959 Fordson Dexta PTO seal in reply to WayneB, 02-16-2014 08:33:40  
Thanks- I had trouble pulling the shaft. Must have hung on a bur at the bushing. I applied more pressure than I thought it should take and the shaft came out. After that replacing the seal was pretty easy. Looks like first time in 50+ years the shaft was removed but every thing looked good.

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