In Reply to: PTO leak posted by NCMau on September 13, 2012 at 06:37:14:
Hi, You reak may be caused by grass wrapped around and inside the dust lip in the seal. There may also be wear or pitting in the area that the seal lip runs on. A repair collar should be available for it. This is a very thin bush that slides over the shaft and provides the seal with a new face. Although it is only the O ring that holds the housing in place they can be difficult to remove due to rust and debris around them. Ihave a slide hammer with a cup which fits over the end of the shaft and is retained for removal by a 5/16 bolt through the cup and radial hole in the shaft. The yoke from a drive shaft can be fitted and suitable pry bars used on each side to lever it out. Replacement of the seal is simple using suitable large sockets or tube. DavidP, South Wales
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