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12-25-2012, 02:43 PM #1
Oil leak from front of Clipper 400 gear box
My rotary cutter is about 18 months old, with maybe 35 hours of use on it. Last time I was at my property, I noticed it had a fair amount of oil on the front of the gearbox, and on the cutter deck in front of the gear box. It was also the first really cold spell this year, so I am wondering if the cold affected a seal.
Should I just top off the oil and monitor for oil leakage, or do I move right to "its in need of some type of maintenance (and here's what it is...)?"
12-26-2012, 11:07 AM #2
Re: Oil leak from front of Clipper 400 gear box
You probably have a seal that is leaking your oil.
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