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To20 rebuild

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11-13-2019 19:59:06

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I have a few questions will add pictures to help explain need to know if there's anything else or what I need to do to the rear main bearing packing material after I fill the holes and cut the excess off. Also is there a purpose for the hole that is on the back of the old screen that's in the oil pan. I have a book for the tractor but does not explain in detail

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11-15-2019 01:59:47

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 Re: To20 rebuild in reply to ZacharyDavis88, 11-13-2019 19:59:06  
Thanks for the help i appreciate it

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Duner Wi

11-14-2019 05:43:35

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 Re: To20 rebuild in reply to ZacharyDavis88, 11-13-2019 19:59:06  
Packing material gets packed in with a blunt object very thoroughly.
I add a little RTV to the string as I am packing it in but probably not necessary.
Cut off flush when done with a sharp razor blade. Put a wee dab of RTV on the gasket where it meets the packing when putting the pan on. I don't know about the hole on pickup.

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11-14-2019 07:17:16

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 Re: To20 rebuild in reply to Duner Wi, 11-14-2019 05:43:35  
How about just fill those areas with RTV sealer something that wasn't around when TO 20s were new.

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Duner Wi

11-14-2019 07:47:12

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 Re: To20 rebuild in reply to sunbeam, 11-14-2019 07:17:16  
Good plan. Try poking RTV up a hole,did not work out well for me.
I know the string packing works.

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