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tooltime

05-12-2008 18:43:23




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the round dust cover that goes on inside final drive assembly is leaking oil. can i take this round cover off and replace with a new seal? i did order a service manual--i hope i get it soon!
its onle leaking from the left side cover, right side is dry with no leaks as i can see. thanks,Jim




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tooltime

05-13-2008 04:13:10




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 Re: allis b final drive in reply to tooltime, 05-12-2008 18:43:23  
thanks guys. Jim



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garytomaszewski

05-13-2008 05:48:59




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 Re: allis b final drive in reply to tooltime, 05-13-2008 04:13:10  
Tool, where have you been on the Case board ? Need to Know more about the DC fix status. You'll love the B (neat tractor).



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tooltime

05-13-2008 14:41:03




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 Re: allis b final drive in reply to garytomaszewski, 05-13-2008 05:48:59  
im all over the place. Im working on a farmall cub, case dc, allis & a ford 9n. The case im waiting for the machine shop to get the head back to me & i did the brakes. all the sheet metal is blasted, and sanded. i think i found a 6 v gen. and still looking for rear rims and centers. thnks, Jim



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TexMac

05-12-2008 20:18:21




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 Re: allis b final drive in reply to frmr606, 05-12-2008 18:43:23  
Oops, sorry. Misread your problem. Steve is right on the plug. There is no pressure on the pans. RTV works well.



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TexMac

05-12-2008 20:15:23




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 Re: allis b final drive in reply to tooltime, 05-12-2008 18:43:23  
My AGCO dealer was able to get the gaskets for me. An old time AC mechanic said that the thickness was critical. Don't know since I was able to find NOS from the dealer. DO take the opportunity to knock out any dents while you have it off. The clearance is close to the gears and dents are common. A little too close and you will wear a hole through from the inside.



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steve(ill)

05-12-2008 20:03:10




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 Re: allis b final drive in reply to tooltime, 05-12-2008 18:43:23  
pryit out with a screw driver. put a bead of RTV around the edge and pound it back in. works like a freeze plug. no seal.



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tooltime

05-14-2008 09:01:40




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 Re: allis b final drive in reply to steve(ill), 05-12-2008 20:03:10  
thanks Steve, will do. Jim



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