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D17 Power director clutch lever

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Jim Backert

05-02-2011 08:05:38




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the tractor is leaking hydraulic oil where the hand clutch lever connects into the body of the tractor. What part should I order to correct the problem. I am thinking that it is some kind of seal? Is it easy to change out?

Thanks for any help.




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Skyhighballoon(MO)

05-06-2011 07:46:00




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 Re: D17 Power director clutch lever in reply to Jim Backert, 05-02-2011 08:05:38  
Advice I read from another forum:

Remove the power director handle on right side, remove snap ring from where the shaft sticks out on the left side of the tractor. Slide shaft to right just enough to remove oring, install new oring then slide shaft to left and do the same.

Mike



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brokengun

05-02-2011 12:24:47




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 Re: D17 Power director clutch lever in reply to Jim Backert, 05-02-2011 08:05:38  
I believe its an o-ring

I have split my poor old D17 several times but I cant remember what you have to do to fix your problem but I think you can do it through a side cover.



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Jim Backert

05-02-2011 17:10:45




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 Re: D17 Power director clutch lever in reply to brokengun, 05-02-2011 12:24:47  
Thanks I will give it a try



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Bob Bancroft

05-02-2011 09:01:06




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 Re: D17 Power director clutch lever in reply to Jim Backert, 05-02-2011 08:05:38  
This was never a problem back when I worked on them. But I think you can probably drain the oil, remove the side cover, and with help remove the lever/shaft. I don't remember if they used the ubiquitous AC tapered bolt and locknut between the shaft and the yoke, or woodruff keys. A little research will tell. I recall it was somewhat of a trick to start and hold a couple of woodruff keys in the shaft/yoke upon reassembly with a tractor split! I'm thinking it was a D series. Best of luck.

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Jim350

05-02-2011 08:33:07




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 Re: D17 Power director clutch lever in reply to Jim Backert, 05-02-2011 08:05:38  
There is a o-ring just behind the lever on the shaft.
That is probably the problem.
Both of my D-17's have not leaked there yet so I can't tell you anything about the repair since I have never replaced that o-ring. Yet



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Jim Backert

05-02-2011 17:11:24




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 Re: D17 Power director clutch lever in reply to Jim350, 05-02-2011 08:33:07  
Thanks Jim I will give it a try



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