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04-10-2014 09:56:46

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Now there's an idea I never heard of. I was messing with something similar just yesterday and could have used that. I sprayed brake clean in it,blew it out,ran a rag around there with a screwdriver and pushed some silicone gasketmaker in it. Success was limited.

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04-10-2014 18:21:59

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 Re: Stupid B rant in reply to rrlund, 04-10-2014 09:56:46  
I believe if you had the right kite string it would work to, As for me I KNOW it worked on 1948 A John Deere that leaked in the same place dental Floss fixed 10 years ago & it's still fixed. It also repaird rear rockshaft housing on a 730 John Deere diesel.. If you have had one of those off you know you have something in your arms or hoist. I think the key is have it CLEAN on the outside so NOTHING can get into the opening you create. Dental floss will flatten out, I know this method works & it sure does beat splitting a big machine. & you can test it befor you put everything back together with diesel fuel. If it doesn't work, your almost there anyways.

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04-11-2014 06:56:56

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 Re: Stupid B rant in reply to rla, 04-10-2014 18:21:59  
I wonder how just a couple of wraps with string trimmer line would work?

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