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a49deere

11-26-2017 07:17:35




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New to me 87, 3910 II. I have what appears to be a bad seal on the right side arm on steering box. Looks to be weeping oil around felt and making an annoying mess below. Tried searching archives to no avail. How do I resolve this problem and is it a major task to replace/repair if I even can? Thanks in advance, Greg




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Bern

11-26-2017 08:11:21




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 Re: steering box leak 3910 in reply to a49deere, 11-26-2017 07:17:35  
See attached link....Potentially the hardest part will be getting the #52 steering arm off. A two-jaw puller would work well for that. Once the arm is off, you replace the seal #43. The #51 felt is just there to keep dirt out of the seal - it is not designed to hold oil in the box.

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a49deere

11-26-2017 16:19:08




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 Re: steering box leak 3910 in reply to Bern, 11-26-2017 08:11:21  
so do parts #34-40 pull out after getting arm off to replace seal and felt? Thanks Greg



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Bern

11-26-2017 16:37:42




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 Re: steering box leak 3910 in reply to a49deere, 11-26-2017 16:19:08  
You don't touch those parts. You pull off arm #52 and then dig the old seal out. Once that's out, you drive the new seal in. The shaft stays in place the whole time.



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a49deere

11-26-2017 17:17:27




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 Re: steering box leak 3910 in reply to Bern, 11-26-2017 16:37:42  
thank you so much



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