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Re: leaking hydraulics from bottom of transmission

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MIKE HARMON

05-11-2013 18:59:00
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OK, I just looked at the exploded views and no mine does not have a cotter pin in it.

I did fill the housing with 5 gals. The bolt suggestion is great . Thanks.

By the way, any trick to getting the rear tire off? I have the 6 bolt rim. Just got a nasty flat today by way of fencing wire through the side wall. But I'll be dipped if I can get that rim busted off.




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Dell (WA)

05-11-2013 21:06:11
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 Re: leaking hydraulics from bottom of transmission in reply to MIKE HARMON, 05-11-2013 18:59:00  
Mike........eazyway to bust yer reartire off, is to remove ALL the 8-axle nuts and then LOOSELY re-nut 2-nuts and then drive in figger-8's. Roundy-round. This will bust yer 8-studs loose. CAUTION: those rear ag-bar tires can weigh up-to 300#. So iff'n it starts to tip-over; guess what??? Gitt outta the way!!! Many ar-bar tires are filled with CaCl (calcium chloride) salt water for added traction weight. .......Dell

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Royse

05-11-2013 20:39:59
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 Re: leaking hydraulics from bottom of transmission in reply to MIKE HARMON, 05-11-2013 18:59:00  
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Leave the rim on.
Let the tractor hold it for you while you change the tire/tube.

If you really want it off, you can take it off at the outside 6 bolts

or the inner 8 lug nuts.
Either one works, but the inner 8 makes it easier to put back on to me.



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