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PTO Shifter O-ring seal

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Doug

06-27-2002 20:49:33




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I think I have found the source of a leak on my D14 and am wondering if anyone can tell me if I have to split the tractor to fix it. It appears that the O-ring on the PTO shift lever is the source of my leak. The previous owner welded an extension on the handle, probably distroyed the O-ring. Can I replace this O-ring without splitting the tractor by going through one of the access ports on the torque tube or due I have to split the tractor. Any help would be appreciated.

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Doug

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Trent Williams

06-27-2002 21:00:21




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 Re: PTO Shifter O-ring seal in reply to Doug, 06-27-2002 20:49:33  
Sorry, You have to split it. It's not too bad, just be Safe. Use good rigging/supports. Trent



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Dave

06-28-2002 14:04:06




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 Re: Re: PTO Shifter O-ring seal in reply to Trent Williams, 06-27-2002 21:00:21  
I've got leaks at both the Pto lever and the power director lever. I think my O'rings have gone square with age. It's a narrow front and I'm frankly afraid to try splitting it. If it gets away from me I'm in trouble.



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