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michael in tenn

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PostPosted: Thu May 24, 2007 4:28 am    Post subject: front seal in trans Reply to specific post Reply with quote

I have a T020 51 model. In process of restoreing it. I know the front seal is leaking in trans, when i lower the front end it will run out overnight and be some leakage on the bell housing. Im gona split the tractor to put rear seal in motor anyway and while i have it split i need to adress the trans leakage. I have allready removed the stearing box and have noticed a long tube like shaft that is conected to the clutch and the wet side of the trans. I am ASSUMING that the seal that leaks is gona be at the end of the long shaft like tube at the wet side of the trans. What my question is, is this a hard task to do or is it a rather simple job? I have all the manuals on the tractor but it does not go into great detail. Is there anything i need to watch for when doing this job? Where could i find a seal for this? I would like some input on this from you fergie guys, thanks mike.

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PostPosted: Thu May 24, 2007 7:45 am    Post subject: Re: front seal in trans Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Nothing difficult about it, just undo the four setscrews and the "tube" should come off although sometimes they are tight. There was no need to remove the steering box to do this.

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