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04-09-2013 17:39:35

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The bearings for the rear end came in today, seals are a few days away yet. 2 J-B weld kits sealed up the cracks inside the trans and rear end....it was ni rodded many years ago, but leaked a little. I would've brazed it instead, but was afraid of ruining it. New rear tires are mounted as well, 11.2/10 34's btw.

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Case Nutty 1660

04-09-2013 18:14:17

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 Re: VAC13 in reply to mattwillson, 04-09-2013 17:39:35  
dang wish you were closer I have several of the housing that would have been a easy fix for you looking good on the repairs cnt

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04-09-2013 18:28:09

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 Re: VAC13 in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 04-09-2013 18:14:17  
Thanks. I could use a set of hydraulic pipes..torque tube to pump, pump to eagle hitch and return line..they were hacked up when they plumbed the system out of the trans.

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Case Nutty 1660

04-10-2013 04:29:14

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 Re: VAC13 in reply to mattwillson, 04-09-2013 18:28:09  
sorry those I do not have and they seem to be harder to find but should be out there good luck

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04-09-2013 17:49:36

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 Re: VAC13 in reply to mattwillson, 04-09-2013 17:39:35  
WOW looks like a big project. Good luck and keep us posted with your progress.

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