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  1. #1
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    Default 4310 leak (help)

    Noticed my tractor has fluid on the tractor side of tire. Looks like it may be coming out where the wheel hooks to the drive shaft. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Default Re: 4310 leak (help)

    Sounds like a leaky axle seal. If it's just a drip now and then - you could likely live with it for a spell - and your tractor won't suffer undue harm - IMO.

    Worked around a fair number of older, Ag machines and a few of them had axle seals that were tired and worn - so, there was always bit of gear lube on the floor every morning.

    The repair looks to be reasonably difficult - here is a part's diagram - John Deere - Parts Catalog

    And, likely will require that you take it to a dealer or an experienced tractor repair shop.

    AKfish
    "Most people want to live on top of the mountain, but all the happiness and growth occurs while you're climbing it."

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    Default Re: 4310 leak (help)

    Its leaking pretty good. How much am I looking at getting it fixed??

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    Default Re: 4310 leak (help)

    Here is a how to in the old posts


    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/j...ront-axle.html

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