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|corn farmer||I've got a 1020 diesel. after I park it, I'm seeing a small spot where the oil is dripping from the bell housing.
I compared the oil to the oil on the dipstick vs. the oil in the tranny. it looks like engine oil.
how long do you think the clutch's will last with a small drip?
|Brewster||Hard to say , keep in mind the oil is running down the block and out through the hole. All this is happening behind the flywheel. Its not running over the clutch first. Keep the hole open, if it leaks a lot, catch it. Not the end of the world here. Day and a half and your back together with a new clutch, pressure plate, resurfaced flywheel, and rear main. Or cheap out and do just the seal and you get to do it twice.