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Has anyone changed the rear axle seals on a B112 or similar? I'm heading for my manual, cuz they started leaking. I can handle any answer other than split the rear case and take the rear end apart. Don

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I bought a set, but haven't put them in yet. Mine were leaking, but it was because I overfilled the tranny(Duh!). I was told that you can pry them out and change them without taking the tranny apart. Put tape over the tubes to prevent damaging the seals during the install.

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DonNewberry
good news at last. I did not think it was possible to over fill the transmissions on these! They don't operate under pressure like the hydraulic pump does. Strange, but fixable. Don

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