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nodollas

01-18-2014 11:17:43
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OK a question... the seal I bought to replace the old one has a raised lip one one side and the other side is flat. which side faces out (that you can see when the shaft is in the tractor)

help..




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nodollas

01-20-2014 02:42:38
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 Re: PTO shaft seal... in reply to nodollas, 01-18-2014 11:17:43  
Well, that clears that up....as I have said, a picture is worth a thousand words. Thanks all for the help.

David



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samn40

01-19-2014 15:35:46
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 Re: PTO shaft seal... in reply to nodollas, 01-18-2014 11:17:43  

The new seal in this pic has the outer face of the seal facing upwards....Disregard the rest of the picture as this was the type of 'farmer fix' I have to repair quite often.....off the shelf and incorrect seals and a good dose of instant gasket!



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Phil Tibbetts

01-19-2014 12:44:21
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 Re: PTO shaft seal... in reply to nodollas, 01-18-2014 11:17:43  
If I remember right the the raised side is supposed to face outward. It has been a while. The outer lip is just to keep dust and dirt out.



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nodollas

01-19-2014 06:39:18
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 Re: PTO shaft seal... in reply to nodollas, 01-18-2014 11:17:43  
The one that came out had an open back. That's the only kind I've ever seen... and used. This one does not have an open side so I was hoping someone had used one like the one in the link and could give me a little quick help. ( my eyesight isn't that good)

Thanks for your help Dave



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nodollas

01-19-2014 04:21:32
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 Re: PTO shaft seal... in reply to nodollas, 01-18-2014 11:17:43  
Anybody?



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nodollas

01-18-2014 14:31:13
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 Re: PTO shaft seal... in reply to nodollas, 01-18-2014 11:17:43  
Thanks for the reply Bob.. this seal has no open side. It is enclosed on both sides. one one side however, there is a raised ring closest to the shaft. I know I should be able to look at the rubber lip inside and tell that way but I just cant make it out. I'm trying to post a url

http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Massey-Ferguson-PTO-Seal-1077452m1-195506m1-/181218572930

I think it worked..

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Diydave

01-19-2014 05:35:48
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 Re: PTO shaft seal... in reply to nodollas, 01-18-2014 14:31:13  
You still have the old one in, don't you? Look at how it goes in, before you take it out. I was taught lip to oil side, but some seals have 2 lips. That's when inspection, on site, acting on experience, takes precedence.



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Bob

01-18-2014 13:12:03
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 Re: PTO shaft seal... in reply to nodollas, 01-18-2014 11:17:43  
Open side/lip side/garter spring side is the OIL side and faces IN.

So, to answer your question, FLAT side faces OUT. (Air side.)



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