Topic: Re: Cockshutt 30 frnt engine seal
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Mike, read through the manual, not possitive as to what your referring to as to lining the shaft, could you elaborate on this a bit. Saw the screws at the bottem, 4 had copper washers that are squished to the point they won't come off bolts, 1 had a small rubber O-ring on it that was near eaten away. I'll need to hunt down new ones. Inside found hay wire where I'm assuming should be a C or E clip on the small shaft that houses in front portion. Old girl has had a fair bit of surgery I wasn't aware of till I got this deep into her. Thanks Rocko.
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