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white halftrack

02-27-2017 04:53:51




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i switched rear ends because of diff lock etc on a ford 3000. The gasket that I bought was from new holland and was a metal gasket from tranny to rear end. I did not put any goober stuff on it. I haven't added oil yet. Should I have used sealer? I cleaned pretty well.




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ptfarmer

02-27-2017 19:46:07




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 Re: Second guessing myself in reply to white halftrack, 02-27-2017 04:53:51  
I would have put some sealant on it, I hate taking something back apart because of a leak especially after you dump a bunch of oil in it.



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RickB

02-27-2017 17:02:03




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 Re: Second guessing myself in reply to white halftrack, 02-27-2017 04:53:51  
"Cleaned it pretty well" may or may not be good enough no matter what. A 5 gallon pail of tiger snot won't make up for poor mating surface prep.



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white halftrack

02-27-2017 17:10:06




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 Re: Second guessing myself in reply to RickB, 02-27-2017 17:02:03  
I will clarify my response. Surfaces were clean with no residual gaskets at all. My fear is that the new metal gasket from new holland would require a sealant to be put on. If the surfaces are clean is the gasket adequate without sealant?



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Bern

02-27-2017 17:38:16




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 Re: Second guessing myself in reply to white halftrack, 02-27-2017 17:10:06  
You should be just fine without sealant.



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brianjbell

02-27-2017 05:44:01




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 Re: Second guessing myself in reply to white halftrack, 02-27-2017 04:53:51  
I think I used a sealant on mine that was resistant to gear oil when I had to replace the lower link pins for the lift arms.



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