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Steering sector seal-ac b-model 1939

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10-27-2002 15:52:09

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Can someone tell me what type seal or packing goes on the front side [towards engine] of the steering sector on a '39 B model? If so , can you also tell me where to get it or find it? Thank you in advance for any help. Muffy

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John W.

10-27-2002 17:21:54

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 Re: steering sector seal-ac b-model 1939 in reply to Muffy, 10-27-2002 15:52:09  
Muffy; Some use lip type seals and others use jute packing. Both are readily purchased at tractor supply Co. or Atwoods farm stores.

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David Madux

10-28-2002 05:27:48

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 Re: Re: steering sector seal-ac b-model 1939 in reply to John W., 10-27-2002 17:21:54  
I went to my local Agco dealer to get new seal. They do not carry it any more. So I took the shaft out of gear box and went to local hardware store. The original seal was made of cork, well we found a new style seal that fit the shaft tight but was a little loose in the casting. I took it home put the shaft in the casting and then slid the seal on shaft. I mixed some JB weld and worked it around between the seal and the casting, Then to be sure I did not get the JB weld on the shaft I gently pulled the shaft out. The next morning every thing worked like new. The seal I used was a Federal Mogul #252277. If you find something that works better let us know.

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