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Massey Harris & Massey Ferguson Tractors Discussion Forum

massey 1805 hydraulic oil ln bellhousing

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09-13-2020 16:30:05

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I seem to have hydraulic fluid draining out of my bellhousing, I assume my input shaft seal has failed or some other seal in there. My question is, can you remove the clutch and fix this without removing the engine or cab? If I take out the shaft connecting the motor to the bellhousing is there room to do anything? Is this a nasty job? Should I be checking scrap metal prices? We only use the tractor 150hrs a year and other than this problem it's not in bad shape. Any insight would be helpful. thanks

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09-19-2020 14:21:59

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 Re: massey 1805 hydraulic oil ln bellhousing in reply to Zuranch, 09-13-2020 16:30:05  
It maybe an oil line leaking in there, I believe there are one or two small flexible rubber hyd, hoses behind the cover that lubricate a trans brake. Its been 13 years since I did one but I do remember replacing them on it. Had engine out at the time, but you should be able to take that trans cover off by removing that coupler shaft and sheave.

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09-19-2020 03:55:01

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 Re: massey 1805 hydraulic oil ln bellhousing in reply to Zuranch, 09-13-2020 16:30:05  
You scare me with the scrap price comment! lol I never worked on an 1805 but I want one for my collection! I'm a die hard Massey man! 👍

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