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PTO shaft removal

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01-04-2007 15:52:49

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49 8N. Hi all, I have a oil leak at the pto shaft. (I think that is where the leak is) I hope it is only the gasket behind the bearing retainer. While I am cheking to change that, I was wondering if it is too hard to change the rear oil seal and rear bearing on the shaft as well. And if while Im in there should I change them anyway? I belive it may just be the gasket because the drip seems to be coming from the bottom of the bearing retainer, but I may be wrong. Some input is always welcome. I thank you all for past sharing of experience and knowledge. Rick T.

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01-04-2007 15:55:51

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 Re: PTO shaft removal in reply to ratropia, 01-04-2007 15:52:49  
You have to pull it anyways to replace the gasket.

No reason not to replace the seal too, not a big deal, and do check the bearing.

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01-04-2007 16:05:31

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 Re: PTO shaft removal in reply to Dunk, 01-04-2007 15:55:51  
Ok thanks. In the parts book and manual it appeared to be right between the bearing retainer and the housing. I thought it could just be peeled off and replaced. It is gasket #c5nn747a
Thanks again Rick T.

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01-04-2007 17:55:07

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 Re: PTO shaft removal in reply to ratropia, 01-04-2007 16:05:31  
I just did mine not to long ago. You have to drain the sump (5 gal.) unless you have a ditch you can nose the tractor into to raise the rear.

My bearing was in great shape but the rear seal was bad. It didn't want to come off as I remember. But now..no more leaks!

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