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10-20-2006 14:24:08

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my hyd. pump is leaking where the shaft goes into the housig does anyone know what type of seal that is o-ring,felt, neoprene .can you get at napa or does it have to be from case i dont like the case dealer in this area so i try not to do bussiness with them. thanks johndeereman

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10-21-2006 16:35:12

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 Re: dc hydraulics in reply to johndeereman, 10-20-2006 14:24:08  
it is a dual control, the leak is were the lever enters the housing

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Paul f

10-22-2006 06:45:10

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 Re: dc hydraulics in reply to johndeereman, 10-21-2006 16:35:12  
There are 2 O rings one on the inner control shaft a larger on the outer. I got mine from Case but they are nothing special...if you pull the old ones any parts store should be able to match them. (I will look later to day to see if I have any uninstalled ones lying around so I can give you the size. There are also two felt washers that ride above teh O rings...again ine larger one smaller. I doubt theses have to do with your leak as I assume they are to keep dust/dirt out as opposed to fluid in. FYI current Case #s for the O rings are 238-5112 for the upper and 238-5110 for the lower.

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Paul f

10-21-2006 07:17:31

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 Re: dc hydraulics in reply to johndeereman, 10-20-2006 14:24:08  
I am not sure where your leak is... Are you talking about where the valve control lever enters the housing from the top??
Do you have a single or dual control?

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Larry Martin

10-20-2006 16:31:07

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 Re: dc hydraulics in reply to johndeereman, 10-20-2006 14:24:08  
According to my parts manual, there is an O-ring, #08416AB, on the lever shaft. You can probably diassemble and find O-ring at auto parts store.

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