Posted by snow fighter on November 09, 2012 at 16:35:16 from (22.214.171.124):
Could use some help from anyone who has replaced seal(s) in the control lever assembly.
Had the Valve housing and Rockshaft housing off the tractor today and replaced the main gasket between the two units. That went good but also wanted to replace the seal(s) in the control assembly because that seems to be leaking too.
I got it down to the friction disk just before the control lever but couldn't figure out how to go any further. the seal(s) are beyond the lever and attached shaft
Have the shop manual but doesn't go into much detail .
So, the question is , there is a pin that holds it in place, in order to replace the seal must be you have to somehow get to it from inside the valve housing ?
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