I did not use any sealant. Just a thin smear of grease to hold the gaskets in place until I got the axle back in. I will get another set of brake shoes in a few weeks. I go back to work after next week, but I needed my tractor to rake hay is why I heated them with a torch and reused them. It"s not the only tractor I"ve got that needs brakes. My MF 175 needs them to but I"m thinking i will do the wet brake conversion on it. You are lucky on that side of the pond that you got the later 100 series with wet brakes...we didn"t get them on this side.
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