I need to replace the oil seal behind where the pitman stick hooks on. Can any one help tell me how? If my father was still alive he could help, as I am now the proud owner of his first tractor a 1958 JD60
Re: #7 John Deere Mower in reply to Dennis Cordes, 06-27-2000 17:28:25
You should be able to pull the eccentric wheel off the shaft to expose the seal. The seal is still available at JD as I just bought one for my #5. If you have further questions, see if your local dealer has a parts book to show how it is assembled or send an e-mail and I will try to find a picture for you.
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