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Need help with WC parts

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David Maddux

01-28-2003 16:59:37

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I am having trouble finding the cork seal that goes from the power lift housing to the transmisssion. My local Agco dealer says they are no longer available. Also I need to find some one that knows the seal no. for the axle seals that is on the big axle behind the brake drum. They are the seals that goes directly into the cast housing. These are also no longer available at the Agcodealer.These parts is for unstyled WC 1937. Thanks for any help. Dave

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01-31-2003 20:13:05

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 Re: Need help with WC parts in reply to David Maddux, 01-28-2003 16:59:37  
Dave, I just rebuilt two wc rear ends. One had a full size seal in that area, the other had an adapter plate that looked like a large flat washer. A smaller seal fit on the inside of the adapter plate. You can E-mail me for more information, I may have one of the adapter plates in my "parts" pile. It would be relatively easy for someone with acess to a lathe to duplicate.

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David Maddux

02-01-2003 05:49:12

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 Re: Re: Need help with WC parts in reply to xavier, 01-31-2003 20:13:05  
My unstyled rear end does not take an adapter plate. That is what they gave me, It was an adapterplate with a smaller seal. Mine takes a little larger seal than the one they sent me. I am wondering if the styled seals take the adapter plate and the unstyles takes no plate and larger seal? I measured the old seal and shaft and found a seal I hope will work, put it in last night, just hopes it fits right and don't leak. Dave

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