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'42 SC pinion seal

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George Willer

09-19-2000 07:50:19

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Ever since I replaced the brake disks last year, I've had a nasty leak under the right one. It leaks about a pint a week. I would like to replace the seal, but it looks like a major can of worms. The view in the manual looks like the seal must be replaced from the inside...a major tear-down. Does anyone know if it can be replaced from the outside? Or should I just keep a bucket under it? It makes a mess out of my trailer when I take it to pulls.

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Tom Harrower

09-19-2000 22:28:24

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 Re: '42 SC pinion seal in reply to George Willer, 09-19-2000 07:50:19  
Hi George, Cant offer any help as I havent been through that procedure yet, I just wanted to say that is a fine looking tractor you have there. Looks about as nice as you can get....(very envious).....Tom

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George Willer

09-19-2000 19:19:17

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 Re: Re: '42 SC pinion seal in reply to Tom S., 09-19-2000 18:08:32  
Thanks, Tom S and D Smoker, you are both very encouraging. I had my 530 apart many years ago, and it seemed to have an extra casting to remove that carried the seal. This one looked to me like the seal was directly into the case. Its really hard to tell from the I & T manual. It sure will be nice to stop the leak.

Thanks again for your help.

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