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Ref to valve cover leak

Postby dcpky » Sat Jan 19, 2013 2:39 pm

Hey guys did everything you all told me to do still have leaks around copper washers i dont want to over tighten any more ideas Also want to remove fenders do they come off with the finals or can i remove them seprate Thanks guys for any help

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Re: Ref to valve cover leak

Postby Eugene » Sat Jan 19, 2013 2:55 pm

Fenders can be removed without dismounting the finals. Check the parts manual for your tractor.

Auto parts or well stocked hardware store. Pick up two neoprene flat washers, your bolt size. Place under the copper washer.
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Re: Ref to valve cover leak

Postby Former Member » Sat Jan 19, 2013 2:56 pm

you can always use a spot of gasket sealer, or new copper washers.

You can remove the fenders without removing the finals, the bottom bolts will hold them in place. You will need to add spacers to the fender bolts when you put them back in, to prevent them from bottoming out and breaking the castings.

Safety Sally say's " The fenders are there for safety purposes, think twice before removing them."

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