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IH 364 axle oil leak

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Phil Tibbetts

05-15-2019 14:42:17




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My 364 has been sitting all winter with the right side slightly lower than the left. I noticed some oil had leaked out and dripped onto the rim. Is this normal or is there a bad seal? It has never leaked before. From the looks of the housing if it was sitting on level ground any residual oil would run back into the rear housing. Suggestions? I'm 74 so don't really crave tearing into anything unless it is bad. Not as much fun as it was 30 years ago.

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Zachary Hoyt

05-15-2019 17:51:27




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 Re: IH 364 axle oil leak in reply to Phil Tibbetts, 05-15-2019 14:42:17  
If you haven't started it yet this year try cracking the drain plug open and see what comes out. Enough water in the rear end will raise the oil level and make it leak. Water can come in around the gearshift etc if it's out in the weather, but even if it's indoors you can get a lot from condensation over time. When the tractor has been sitting is the best time to drain it, when the oil and water have had time to separate.
Zach

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Phil Tibbetts

05-16-2019 02:29:46




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 Re: IH 364 axle oil leak in reply to Zachary Hoyt, 05-15-2019 17:51:27  
It has been outside but covered with a tarp.



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