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Re: 444 oil seal

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Ralf from Mich

01-20-2014 15:21:49

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I have the disk brakes, would they take the same no. ? I just though that if I could take the casting out it would be a lot easer get the seal in, what seals the casting to the trans. case ? ALSO as long as I'm here... anyone know of someone in Mich or Ohio who may have a 444 parted out ? looking for a couple of things ( not grill or shrouding under seat ) Thanks for the info.

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01-21-2014 03:13:03

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 Re: 444 oil seal in reply to Ralf from Mich, 01-20-2014 15:21:49  
If you decide to remove the bearing race housing to replace the seal, you may want to remove the back cover on top and support the differential before you loosen the housing. I've used a piece of flat stock across the housing and looped wire under both sides of the differential. I then fasten the wire to the flat stock to hold everything in place. This prevents the differential from sagging and ruining the seal on the opposite side. It may not be as much of an issue with your 444 due to the hand clutch holding things in place, but if you ruin the right one the entire hand clutch assembly must be removed to replace the seal. Good luck

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Mike in Mn.

01-20-2014 22:50:22

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 Re: 444 oil seal in reply to Ralf from Mich, 01-20-2014 15:21:49  
I don't know that #, kessel's massey parts and sales has the seals sold separately or as a set, see his web site, a good guy to do business with.

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