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SC Brake Shaft

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01-09-2010 20:09:14

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The parts breakdown shows an o-ring behind the bearing carrier on the break shaft. When I took mine apart there was no O-ring and no groves for an o-ring. There looks like there should be something there to stop oil from leaking from between the carrier and the transmission case but I found nothing but the shims used to set the bearing end play. Am I missing something? By the way it"s a 49 SC Thinks KYCASE1

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Bruce Nelson

01-10-2010 06:24:59

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 Re: SC Brake Shaft in reply to KYCASE1, 01-09-2010 20:09:14  
Wire wheel your brake housing aggressively before you give up on an o-ring. If there is no o-ring, clean each shim and spray each one with sealant and rely on the shims to seal the oil. I lay each shim in the bottom of my parts washer and rub them clean with scotch brite. I spray them with Permatex 99MA Sealant. Napa item number 80065. I have had success with this method on Case and other brand tractors.

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Tom Railsback

01-10-2010 05:19:03

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 Re: SC Brake Shaft in reply to KYCASE1, 01-09-2010 20:09:14  
I think it's more likely a seal that has no grooves; it is just pressed in.

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