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Re: NAA Radius rods bent

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03-12-2013 07:38:44

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Question for you Royse. When you take the radius rods off, don't you loose your tranny fluid? Also,is there a gasket under the knuckel where it attaches to the tranny? The reason I asked is that mine is leaking there and wanted to replace the gasket if need be.(see picture)

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03-12-2013 15:08:00

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 Re: NAA Radius rods bent in reply to LeoinMI, 03-12-2013 07:38:44  
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No, you shouldn't.
They should be blind holes that don't go all the way through as UltraDog said.

Is it for sure leaking, or did someone over-grease them and that is coming out?

Kind of hard to tell from here. I hope its nothing serious.

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03-12-2013 10:35:05

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 Re: NAA Radius rods bent in reply to LeoinMI, 03-12-2013 07:38:44  
Someone has damaged your transmission by installing too long of a bolt into it.
Those tapped holes should be blind on the inside so no fluid comes out.
I would drain the tranny then clean the threads real well with lacquer thinner. Then I would install a stud with some locktite thread sealant on it.
Simple repair that would last a long time.

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03-12-2013 17:50:03

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 Re: NAA Radius rods bent in reply to Ultradog MN, 03-12-2013 10:35:05  
Thanks, I'll check and see for sure what the problem is. They may be over greased,or as Ultradog said the previous owner may have put too long of a bolt in there. I'll wait for the weather to warm up and then pull the one that appears to be leaking off.

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