I have a drip of oil coming out of the front of the crankshaft of the C. I noticed it today and I am wondering if it is worth getting into it to replace. I have run it a few times, but it just started leaking sometime since Wednesday, the last time I ran it. I have been reading in the archives, so I think I have some idea of what is entailed in replacement, but I have never done an engine seal. It drips every few minutes and runs down the front tire. I am assuming that this is the sort of problem that can get worse but will not get better until I take steps to fix it. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Zach
Today's Featured Article - A Farmall Restoration Story - What's Been Done So Far - by Sean Brinston. This is a story of my first real tractor restoration. My name is Sean Brinston and I was 15 almost 16 at the time of this.My neighbour directly across the road who I had helped with hay all the time had this tractor sitiing at his house for what I thought was 6 years. Finally I got the money and courage to ask him. I phoned him and he said it was already sold, eight years ago!
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