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10-28-2002 11:56:13

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I have a 1957 WD45 and on the right hand side there is a cap on the right frame rail where the belt gear assembly is supposed to go. You can pry the cover off with a screwdriver and in the casting there is a 1/4" thick x 1/4" wide gasket set in the recessed groove. The gasket is shot. Any ideas where a fella could get one. I have tried to find gasket material 1/4" thick, but no can do.

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Mark, Butch, Dave

10-29-2002 08:24:21

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 Re: Gaskets in reply to Steve, 10-28-2002 11:56:13  
Thanks guys for the info. I have emailed sandy lake about the part, but no reply as of yet. Will try AGCO as well. Who knows maybe I will get it yet and be able to plug the hole and take my grandson for another ride before it gets toooo cold here in Indiana. *L


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10-29-2002 03:56:47

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 Re: Gaskets in reply to Steve, 10-28-2002 11:56:13  
Thanks Dave

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10-29-2002 04:58:34

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 Re: Re: Gaskets in reply to Dave, 10-29-2002 03:56:47  
If this is the gasket that looks much like an O-ring, that sets inside then it's called a Tube Seal. AGCO has them for about $7.00.. Part # 70202289.. Made from cork and tuff to get it to fit in one piece..

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10-29-2002 05:37:27

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 Re: Re: Re: Gaskets in reply to Mark/Ks, 10-29-2002 04:58:34  
If I am not mistaken, the manual says to loosen the side rail, slit the cork and put the joint towards the top.

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10-29-2002 07:26:55

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Gaskets in reply to Butch(OH), 10-29-2002 05:37:27  
Butch; I thought there may have been something I was doing wrong..

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10-28-2002 12:14:40

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 Re: Gaskets in reply to Steve, 10-28-2002 11:56:13  
Try Sandy Lake

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