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Picked up machine running and driving but horrible upkeep. Anyhow I located a leak coming from gearbox output seal .. Question is does this seal need to be put in from inside or can i remove it and reseal from outside? I'm pretty sure it can be done from outside .. Just not confident that's the case but looks like it. Would just like some reassurance before I go farther with this. ..

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Download a free service manual at countrycat.com under technical. It will walk you through it.
 

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The manual will tell you.
 

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@Cfout4050 on a totally different machine I was just working on, it went in from the back, and so did the seal on the primary shaft. Luckily that housing doesn't need you to pull the engine to split off, also not part of the primary crank case. it looks like you are about 12 bolts and 1 gasket away from getting to that seal.
 

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Thanks I'm just having hard time finding in on the parts diagrams .. I ordered what I thought was it but it's not. I have the motor out now just going through it.
 

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I think it might be
Ref:
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0830-035
SEAL, DRIVESHAFT

But i may be wrong.
 
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