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O.J.

06-13-2002 18:42:17




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I have a 1962 D17 in which the main seal is leaking behind oil pan. I'm thinking about selling it or getting it fixed.Any guidance from anyone? I've only owned it for a week. I don't think it's the pan gasket but not 100% sure




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Don Holden

06-14-2002 18:50:17




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 Re: bad seal ? in reply to O.J. , 06-13-2002 18:42:17  
OJ, Fix it. It is great tractor and really it is not that complicated to fix. Be sure you use the 3M adhesive when you put seal in the holders and let dry for the recommended hours! I would recommend changing the front seal as long as you have the front end off.

Good Luck

Don H



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Craig MO

06-14-2002 17:46:52




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 Re: bad seal ? in reply to O.J. , 06-13-2002 18:42:17  
Fix it and keep it. Great tractor. Probably just the half moon cork on back of pan, but if not put in rear seal and happy tractorin.



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Tom

06-14-2002 16:56:27




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 Re: bad seal ? in reply to O.J. , 06-13-2002 18:42:17  
Don't sell it, fix it, a D-17 is a good tractor. Lot of power and with the "power director" hand clutch a lot more speeds than older ACs. Keep it, fix it and enjoy owning a fine tractor.



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