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So I've been working on fixing the hydraulic reservoir leak into the transmission on my 400 and have a question. When I pulled the drive shaft out of the drum to remove the drive gear I heard a clunk and to my surprise the drum fell out of the bearing in the reservoir. So I'm wondering is the drum supposed to be a press fit in the bearing or a slip fit in the bearing? The shop manual makes it sound like it should be a press fit.
I'm also wondering about the spacers (A8904) that you are supposed to use to press the drum into the bearing. I obviously don't have the spacers so I was thinking about lubing up the seal and carefully pressing the drum into the bearing. Any thoughts?
Does anyone have a good number for that seal (O10889AB)? It's NLA from case.
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