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Massey 35 steering woes

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06-20-2014 18:30:08

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Just picked up a Massey 35 with the continental motor, guy told me that the power steering pump leaked... Normal problem I figured, bought the tractor and replaced the seal behind the gear, filled reservoir with fluid put the top on, fired her up.... Cycled the steering a few times... Just to notice the fluid is pouring out the bottom of the clutch housing. So here is the question.... Why? I assume must be something in the steering gear, but any more specific details as far as course of action? Thanks alot all for the help.

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06-22-2014 06:00:57

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 Re: Massey 35 steering woes in reply to Masseypat, 06-20-2014 18:30:08  
Was it parked with the front lower than back, if so yhen its tranny fluid.

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06-21-2014 07:18:34

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 Re: Massey 35 steering woes in reply to Masseypat, 06-20-2014 18:30:08  
whoa, power steering pump might leak into crankcase but IMHO not into clutch housing

appears you have a different leak, catch some of the fluid and see if you can identify either engine oil or trans oil

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06-21-2014 13:04:35

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 Re: Massey 35 steering woes in reply to supergrumpy, 06-21-2014 07:18:34  
Only reason I was thinking steering somehow was because it didn't leak out the bellhousing until I filled power steering reservoir after I just replaced the seal. But looking at the parts diagram it doesn't look like it's possible. So I am still trying to figure it out...

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