In Reply to: engine seals posted by Robert J Hampton on December 18, 2012 at 04:01:03:
Hello Robert, In the UK the rope type was fitted up to engine number UA391044DL. If you are not able to identify it by the engine number I do not think that you will be able to confirm which it is unless you split the tractor and remove the clutch and flywheel. Due to the lip on the backplate you will not be able to see the seal housing. Even if you took the sump off I do not think that a positive ID could be made. DavidP, South Wales
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