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squonk

If you are going to use a sealer on a gasket on cast iron, I think Permatex Aviation Sealant is best. Just a light coat. No rubbery flakes in the hydro.

 

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Gregor
1 minute ago, squonk said:

Permatex Aviation Sealant

I use that on Lawn Boy engine cases. Stuff is great. But it's a lot like anti-seize, it wants to stick to everything. And it does STICK!

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cafoose

When it was rebuilt the shop used something that I had to remove with my air operated gasket scraper, that stuff was tough but it didn't leak :handgestures-thumbupright:

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stevasaurus

It is the ease of re-entry that I do not use a sealer...and I love copper-coat.  Copper-coat is great for doing vertical gaskets...like thermostats.

   @Gregor, I would almost bet your leak is from a seal.  Any oil leak in these transmissions always looks like a case gasket, but it rarely is.  :eusa-think:

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cafoose
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@stevasaurus@pfrederi I got the parts from NAPA. The bolts I got are grade 8 3.5 inches long. They are a little longer than the original bolts. Does that matter? Also the new axle keys wiggle about 1/64" to 1/32" in the shaft. Does that matter? :thanks:

 

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Gregor
24 minutes ago, cafoose said:

Also the new axle keys wiggle about 1/64" to 1/32" in the shaft

I have tigtened up woodruff keys in the past, with coil stock.

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pfrederi

When in doubt I tend to follow the manual.  it calls for 5/16  3-1/4" bolts.... (The other version of the older Wheelamatic with a bevel gear differential did use 3-1/2"

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stevasaurus

Do not use longer bolts then what you pulled out.  I know Paul likes to change out his bolts, but it is really not necessary.  New nuts are a must.  It seems like Wheel Horse never used the length of bolts that you can readily buy.  If you have to use them, put a regular nut on them and then saw to the same length as the ones you pulled out.  Back that nut off to fix the thread.  :occasion-xmas:

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squonk

You try some Loctite bearing and sleeve retainer on the axle keys

 

Loctite 638 High Strength Retainer, लॉकटाइट रिटेनिंग कंपाउंड in Bhavnagar ,  M S Corporation | ID: 15237395430

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cafoose
7 minutes ago, Gregor said:

I have tigtened up woodruff keys in the past, with coil stock.

Like this?

019 Aluminum Coil Stock - AW Metal LLC

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squonk

WOW! I edited my post to add a word and it posted another one! DOO DO DOO DO! :hide:

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Gregor
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15 minutes ago, cafoose said:

Like this?

 

Yep.

Unless you want to have the axles re-cut.  It's only money.

 

I have also used tin cans. They are steel.

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cafoose
On 4/20/2021 at 6:53 PM, cafoose said:

NAPA wanted $16 for a filter and I got a Wix from Fisher for less than half the price

Turns out the guy at Fisher Auto Parts misunderstood me and ordered a 51310. I told him it's wrong I need a 51410 :ranting: He ordered me the 51410 and it was comparable to NAPA price at $14.84 when NAPA wanted $16.99!

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Gregor
19 minutes ago, cafoose said:

51410

Box will probably say, 1410

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pfrederi
3 hours ago, Gregor said:

Box will probably say, 1410

Napa 1410 Wix 51410 same filter

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WHX??
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Never try to tie your horse up when moving! 

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cafoose

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cafoose

I got it finished! :banana-wrench::greetings-clappingyellow::banana-blonde::banana-linedance:

 

 

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rjg854

Congrats on the accomplishment :text-bravo:

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Ed Kennell

:banana-rock::banana-blonde::banana-dance::banana-wrench:     :woohoo:      WTG Chuck !

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cafoose
44 minutes ago, Ed Kennell said:

:banana-rock::banana-blonde::banana-dance::banana-wrench:     :woohoo:      WTG Chuck !

:thanks: @Ed Kennell for a great deal on the parts! :thanks: to everyone for all the help and instruction to make my project a success helping me to save another :wh: :rs: truly is one of the best forums on the internet with some of the friendliest and most helpful people on the internet and I'm proud to be a supporting member!

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