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trans case leaks at draught link pivot points
|Ralph||My 1830 is leaking trans fluid from the pivot points of the draught links (bottom of the case). Are they just regular removable seals (from the outside) or do they need major surgery inside the trans case? Not minor anymore, about 7litres (1.5 USgallons) in a month of just sitting idle.
Hoping it's just like pulling and replacing a seal on a truck axle.
I believe you would have a seal that can be replaced. The link below should take you to a John Deere parts catalog that provides you with a schematic drawing and part numbers. If it does not, put your tractor model in the model search cell, the search, click on your tractor model, click on alphabetic search, go to P and find "parts for load control"...I have changed these on a 2030 and I think they would be very similar..Good Luck...
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