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WC right rear wheel leaking oil

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WC-Z

05-07-2010 14:02:43




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Hello all!

YT newbie here. Hopefully you can help... I have a 1937 Allis Chalmers WC leaking (much) oil from the final drive at the right rear wheel. Not sure where to start assessing the problem. Has anybody else seen this, and is there a fix in 2010? Thanks. -Zach




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WC-Z

05-10-2010 12:34:10




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 Re: WC right rear wheel leaking oil in reply to WC-Z, 05-07-2010 14:02:43  
Thanks everyone for your help. Feeling a lot better about it now. Zach



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Ted in NE-OH

05-09-2010 09:36:44




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 Re: WC right rear wheel leaking oil in reply to WC-Z, 05-07-2010 14:02:43  
Call Sandy Lake Implement 1-888-252-0656



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JMS/.MN

05-08-2010 07:27:35




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 Re: WC right rear wheel leaking oil in reply to WC-Z, 05-07-2010 14:02:43  
What DM means about not mixing the hubs...there is an angular line inscribed (several turns) around the outer circumference, so when the tractor is driving forward, it can help bring any leaked oil back into the housing. If hubs are reversed, the line moves the oil OUT. Curious what the design engineer calls that line....? Same result as moving the lathe carriage back without backing off the cutting tool.

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chalmersbob(pa)

05-07-2010 20:02:03




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 Re: WC right rear wheel leaking oil in reply to WC-Z, 05-07-2010 14:02:43  
If the tractor sits outside it may just have water in the final drive. There is a hole that allows water in and when it gets full, it also allows oil to leak out. Bob



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David Maddux

05-07-2010 19:12:38




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 Re: WC right rear wheel leaking oil in reply to WC-Z, 05-07-2010 14:02:43  
If you decide to do both at the same time, make sure you don't get the hubs mixed up. There is a left and right. Dave.



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JMS/.MN

05-07-2010 16:09:05




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 Re: WC right rear wheel leaking oil in reply to WC-Z, 05-07-2010 14:02:43  
Very common on those older tractors. There is a hub seal that originally was cork, now comes in rubber/plastic like material. Costs about $35. Info and diagrams in I&T AC 11 manual. Seal is about 10 inches in diameter, inch thick. Original part # U-2533.



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WC-Z

05-07-2010 16:30:46




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 Re: WC right rear wheel leaking oil in reply to JMS/.MN, 05-07-2010 16:09:05  
Thanks! Do you know who may supply this?



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JoeM(GA)

05-07-2010 18:19:43




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 Re: WC right rear wheel leaking oil in reply to WC-Z, 05-07-2010 16:30:46  
you will have to get it from AGCO, get ready, I heard the seal is closer to $55 now!



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