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Re: Cockshutt 30 frnt engine seal

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12-17-2012 16:51:49

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The seal lip is on the pulley hub. You should be able to see a mark or groove where it contacts. If it wasn't leaking you can put it back as long as you didn't nick or damage the pulley suface. A new seal would be best but they're pressed from the inside. You have to remove the front cover, which means removing the front engine mount and governor. I hate to see a nice paint job spoiled by oil leaks.
I went through this with one of mine. I used a Speedi-Sleeve from CR Seals but it only helped a little because the crank is so loose.

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12-18-2012 12:02:32

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 Re: Cockshutt 30 frnt engine seal in reply to Mike(NEOhio), 12-17-2012 16:51:49  
Mike read through manual this morning and doesn't even mention govenor removal although in pics it is removed. From looking at govenor appears govenors going to come off in 2 or 3 parts, correct? Any special precautions when performing this removal, new gaskets needed , if so can I just cut them myself from gasket stock paper?

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12-18-2012 06:09:38

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 Re: Cockshutt 30 frnt engine seal in reply to Mike(NEOhio), 12-17-2012 16:51:49  
Thanks Mike, I was looking at it a bit closer today and I could see, well more feel the lip of the seal in there, not easy to see with the shaft in the way. Got local Agco suplier checking on availability. Haven't check manual about process yet but thinking I will go ahead with changing it. Engine is out of frame already, was just easier to pull it for clean and prep. So that turned into new clutch. Never figured to go to this extent when I started on this project but with each hour I put into it it seems dumb not to go one step further and do it right. Like a snowball just keeps getting bigger but I quess thats the way it is when you catch this nasty sickness called TRACTOR RESTORATION. Thanks again Rocko.

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