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1030 hydraulic leak

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ron guckenberge

06-04-2011 18:11:28




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My dads says his 1030 is leaking hydraulic oil from the area where the brake actuation rod goes into the rear end. It is a major leak. He says it is almost like it leaks out so fast it seems it is pressurized,

Can you give us an idea??

Thanks




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1031D

06-05-2011 18:18:18




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 Re: 1030 hydraulic leak in reply to ron guckenberger, 06-04-2011 18:11:28  
Not really, you could pick them out after removing the brakes. The pinion bearing carrier is sealed with an O-ring but the service manual recommends supporting the differential to prevent damage to the seals and bearings if removed.



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1031D

06-05-2011 07:52:03




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 Re: 1030 hydraulic leak in reply to ron guckenberger, 06-04-2011 18:11:28  
Sounds like pinion seals, not too bad to change but you won't have brakes very long



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ron guckenberger

06-05-2011 09:08:43




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 Re: 1030 hydraulic leak in reply to 1031D, 06-05-2011 07:52:03  
Do pinion seals require alot of disassembly to get to?



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