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|Larry||Where the telescoping draft arm fits over the pin at the rearend case, I have a pretty good leak of the hyd. oil. You can turn the pin back and forth with channel locks. I assume there is a seal in there. How do you get this fixed?? Thanks for any help. Larry
|Tim||Did you get some help with the draft link leak problem? I have the same problem and do not know what to do about it.
|Denver|| Larry there is a seal in there. Its not hard to fix because I fix mine and I am no mechanic. Drain you hydrulic fluid and save it. Pull the big cotter pin out and tap the bushing. Be careful and watch for a pin that goes thru the bushing. There are different types so take it to the Jon Deere parts store with you to make sure you get the right one. Buy 2 because you will need to replace them again soon. Good luck!