Rear Axles leaking

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Rear Axles leaking

Postby kthomas » Sat May 24, 2008 8:23 am

Hi all,

I have a 1951 Super C. It leaks grease where the rear axles go into the housing on both left & right sides. I see that there are 4 bolts that hold what looks like a seal retainer. For those of you that have had this problem, is there in fact some type of seal here, and I'm guessing it is a pretty simple job to replace them?

Thanks!
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Re: Rear Axles leaking

Postby ScottyD'sdad » Sat May 24, 2008 4:44 pm

If it's built like the cub and A, you need to press the bearings off the axle, to change the seals. Ed
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Re: Rear Axles leaking

Postby Daniel H. » Sat May 24, 2008 7:15 pm

Here is the parts breakdown. You can go to: http://www.caseih.com/parts/parts.aspx?navid=123&RL=ENNA and see the parts list. Click on "Click here to begin your search." on the lower left side of the page and then enter "Super C' under model.


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Re: Rear Axles leaking

Postby BigBill » Sun May 25, 2008 8:25 am

If the old seal wore into the axle. When i change seals(any type) I don't hit in the new seal to were the old seal was. I keep them a tad shallow so they have a new surface to seal on rather than were its worn from the old seal. I do this on crankseals too, any type of seal were there is a worn spot(ring). You can adjust were the seal rides by installing it in a different position.
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