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WD Hydraulic leak into transmission

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G. Walker

08-18-2007 15:11:08

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I have a '52 WD that appears to be leaking from the hydraulic system into the transmission. I understand that there is an upgrade kit available for this repair. I am wanting to gain some insight as how to go about making this repair. I have an IT manual as well as a AC dealer's service manual. I guess I just want to be sure where I am to seperate the tractor. Is it the joint right in front of the gear shift and right under the battery box or somwhere else? Are there several linkages and other connections that must also be disconnected? How far apart must I seperate the two halves of the tractor to facilitate removal of the shaft? Does the hydraulic pump need to be completely removed from the tractor? I realize this is a lot of questions but I just want to start off on the right foot. Thanks for any info you can give.
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08-19-2007 16:14:51

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 Re: WD Hydraulic leak into transmission in reply to G. Walker, 08-18-2007 15:11:08  
The seal is out between the transmission and the torque tube, so you need to split the tractor on the front side of the transmission. I think the upgrade is a wider or double seal. Got one a couple years ago, have yet to install it, but in this case I already had the engine out, so just moved the next two castings forward. Still haven't put it back together. If you split at the transmission, then you unbolt the rear axle from the side frames. It's safer to pull the engine and two castings- no need to block things up- all wheels stay on the ground.

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