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Massey Harris & Massey Ferguson Tractors Discussion Forum
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Re: F40 pin in transmission housing

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Dan S (NY)

03-17-2013 15:18:51
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You don't want to stop that pin from leaking or you will eventually soak your clutch in oil. To stop the real source of the leak you will need to split the tractor and replace either the transmission input shaft seals and/or the engines rear crank seal whichever is leaking. If its only a very slow leak you could just live with it for quite a while.

Dan




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Tony in Mass.

03-17-2013 16:12:59
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 Re: F40 pin in transmission housing in reply to Dan S (NY), 03-17-2013 15:18:51  
Yep. So's a 15 day job for a 15 cent part...



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Bob in Australia

03-17-2013 22:42:23
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 Re: F40 pin in transmission housing in reply to Tony in Mass., 03-17-2013 16:12:59  
It is not a big job to split it and fix the engine and or transmission oil seals if the leak is bad enough.

If the leak has been bad, it would be a good idea to replace the clutch while you are in there.

I replaced the clutch and seals on a 35 in about 5 hours work.



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Tony in Mass.

03-18-2013 06:02:56
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 Re: F40 pin in transmission housing in reply to Bob in Australia, 03-17-2013 22:42:23  
That's cause you're in Oz. A z134 rear seal has screws that can only be removed from INSIDE the oil pan.., and IIRC, the upper AND lower shafts in the tranny have to be slipped out of position to get the seals and bearings out , which means the steering housing has to come up out of the way.... only guys I know who pulled that off lately is 2 tractors and Dan S?.... if you can do all this in 5 or 6 hours each... did you see my post on tearing into the 23c again? You can mend those too I presume? hummmm... arrange a 'tour'? .. with a camper full of tools? ... travel the continent, one fergie after another all summer, reasonable rates, so we can cover your ticket... I'm calling Quantas... you need another holiday in the states... my shout....

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Eric, in Sonoma, Ca

03-22-2013 11:45:57
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 Re: F40 pin in transmission housing in reply to Tony in Mass., 03-18-2013 06:02:56  
After a closer examination I discovered that the leak is not transmission fluid but motor oil.

Luckily I believe this leak can be slowed by tightening a few bolts rather than splitting the tractor.

I really appreciate all of your advice and input

Eric



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