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  1. #1
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    I'm having trouble with hydraulic fluid leaking past the PTO shaft into the transmission. I have replaced shaft as well as the rubber seals and spring. Anybody have this trouble and find a better solution? Sorry it is a 1952

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    Default Re: 1953 John Deere A

    Did you install the seal backwards? I have seen a seal installed backwards on a Farmall cub on the rear main seal causing it to leak oil into the clutch housing.

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    Mike, I don't think I did all it is a two rubber o rings between two plates with tension on them by a spring

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