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M Rear Axle Housing Leak

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08-10-1999 14:45:05

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Leaking at frame. Should I tear down or try to tighted up?

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The Red

08-10-1999 14:59:27

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 Re: M Rear Axle Housing Leak in reply to AgMan, 08-10-1999 14:45:05  
AM I have the same problem on my 51H. I tried to tighten but they are already as tight as they will go. Eventually I will pull each one off and replace the gasket. This tractor sat out all its life until this year. That project will give me an excuse not to build a window seat for Mrs. Red.

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Phil Auten

08-11-1999 07:26:00

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 Re: Re: M Rear Axle Housing Leak in reply to The Red, 08-10-1999 14:59:27  
You'd better not skip too many of those "honeydo's" for Mrs. Red or you'll be gettin' skillet whomped again! :o)


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The Red. You ain't a kiddin.

08-11-1999 07:49:02

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 Re: Re: Re: M Rear Axle Housing Leak in reply to Phil Auten, 08-11-1999 07:26:00  
Phil Mrs. Red is on my CASE about getting that winder seat built. That is priority # uno.
2. Start re-painting interior rooms of Indy house.
3. Expand Corey's playhouse which she doesn't use that much.
4. Get new shrubbery installed at the farmhouse.
5. Finish painting farmhouse exterior.
6. Honey dew this and honey dew that.

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08-10-1999 16:02:58

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 Re: Re: M Rear Axle Housing Leak in reply to The Red, 08-10-1999 14:59:27  
Thanks The Red ! Its my last leak to fix for now.

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