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3000 rearend leaking at transmission seam

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bill

01-19-2004 18:03:58




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before i spilt it.. the books dont show anything.

what is the seal supposed to be, between the trans and rear end???

Is the rearend open and only a gasket and the mating surfaces doing all the sealing??

Or is the rear end a closed housing and there is a seal out??

the fluid is pretty much pooring out as i add it from the bottom at the seam were the rearend meets the trans.. however the trans is holding oil...

thanks... bill

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hay

01-20-2004 03:07:44




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 Re: 3000 rearend leaking at transmission seam in reply to bill, 01-19-2004 18:03:58  
there should be a metal gasket between the rear and trans. the tractor will have to be split to install it. make sure the gasket has no kinks.



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Mike

01-19-2004 19:22:47




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 Re: 3000 rearend leaking at transmission seam in reply to bill, 01-19-2004 18:03:58  
Bill,

If you check your books further I'll bet you'll find you should have a rear seal in the transmission, just a hunch. Good luck.

Mike



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