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|Craig||I have a JD 2350 that has developed a Hydrolic oil leak at the rear lift bar base. If I pull these bars, is there a seal or bushing that can be replaced to repair this leak?
|falconfox||yes rubber gaskets easily replaced take spring clamp off remove pin arms slide off push bar in just enough may use hammer but softly tap enough to replace rubber gasket about 2o minute job cost maybe 3.00 REMEMBER JOST ENOUGH TO GET OLD OUT
|Mike||Just a note, only push the shaft in just enough to get the seal out because otherwise, all the hydraulic oil will end up on the floor!