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Re: 1755 Hydraulic Leak

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UP Oliver

12-04-2012 20:35:51

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Any idea where I can get the parts, or the kit I need?


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12-05-2012 19:54:08

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 Re: 1755 Hydraulic Leak in reply to UP Oliver, 12-04-2012 20:35:51  
Call jerry at ag parts first 1-866-264-9720,you need a quad ring kit for the pto.There are also some lip seals in there off the top of my head i think there are three one for the range selector rod (if it is a two speed pto)Then one on the topshaft and one on the lower shaft.As far as the project it self I did our 1755 in an afternoon.But i had previously power washed the tractor so add an hour to do that if needed.As was stated before pull the long pto to flywheel shaft out (a good long 1/2 inch bolt is needed to use as a puller),drain the rear end,unhook the pressure and return lines and remove from the rear housing.When I take these out I have found it helpful to cut the heads off of two 10" long 1/2" bolts and wind them into the two lower big holes on each side of the works nice to slide it away from the tractor without having it drop ,although it takes a little careful wiggling to get it out because the internal casting on the pto unit is just tall enough that it hooks the top of the rear end housing.An overhead chainfall is ideal if available your toes!The rest is disassemble then re assemble nothing too tricky ,except the manual calls for a compressor tool to press the spring in there to unseat a snap ring.I welded one up finally but if you are careful a short piece of chain and a bar can get it done.I'm sure i may be forgetting something,but thats what i recall.hope this helps

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