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830 Comfort King power steering leak

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Nathan (SD)

07-16-2019 21:38:54




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Where the steering shaft enters the pedestal, the seal is leaking even when it sits. What is the process for changing this seal ?

Any other info is welcome.

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INCase

07-18-2019 09:21:33




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 Re: 830 Comfort King power steering leak in reply to Nathan (SD), 07-16-2019 21:38:54  
are you talking about the seal underneath or the seal where the shaft to the steering wheel is?

my old 800 had the lower one where the steering plate is attached leaked all the time. THe local CASEih dealer couldn't get them. may John can?

swapped in a new box from a late model 930/1030 wide front. steers with 1 finger even sitting still.

curious if John has those seals and parts.



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Nathan (SD)

07-29-2019 09:34:15




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 Re: 830 Comfort King power steering leak in reply to INCase, 07-18-2019 09:21:33  
It is the shaft from the steering wheel.



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Nathan (SD)

07-25-2019 09:12:08




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 Re: 830 Comfort King power steering leak in reply to INCase, 07-18-2019 09:21:33  
It is the shaft from the steering wheel.



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John Saeli

07-19-2019 05:23:17




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 Re: 830 Comfort King power steering leak in reply to INCase, 07-18-2019 09:21:33  
Curiosity killed the cat. Of course we can supply everything. Our motto is, "When your dealer says they can't help, call us".



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John Saeli

07-17-2019 08:44:52




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 Re: 830 Comfort King power steering leak in reply to Nathan (SD), 07-16-2019 21:38:54  
Nathan: That seal is the last item to come out after the box is completely disassembled. The unit requires removal & complete disassembly. When we furnish the parts, we also furnish the pages from the CASE shop manual because it is a job I would never tackle without guidance.



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