If you are doing just the seal - Remove 4 bolts , slide housing and PTO shaft gently from tractor. Next remove 1 large circlip form the inside of housing holding the bearing & shaft in the housing. With a block of wood or a dead blow hammer - gently drive the shaft and bearing from the housing. Next any way you can drive the seals from the inside to the outside of housing -replace the seal with the newer style (a lot narrower) in the housing (I measured deep enough to get the seal lip riding on the best surface of the shaft I could . slide shaft into seal carefully install circlip carefully slide shaft into the machine being careful slide the end into the roller bearings - Of course the gasket surface should have been cleaned and new gasket readied for the housing against the differential housing. Tighten bolts and go to work(after checking gear oil).
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