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I was going over a new acquisition 7112 H. I was moving the seat and noticed a black oil spray under the seat deck. I started to check the hyrostatic drive belt and noted that it was black an oily. Tearing the belt pullys down, I noted the output pulley on the BGB was loose with about an 1/8th inch play. I tightened the large bolt up until their was no play and plan to put a new belt on and thoughly clean all the oil and dirt in the region. Is their a gasket behing the pulley? What else should I check?

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My suggestion would be to download the large frame repair manual the Repair Manual can be found by typing 500 in for the part # This site has all the Manuals you could ever want. This will require some time and effort on your part Use Part# 100,200,300, ETC. to 900.Then you will have to scroll thought the list to find the one you want. They all have discriptions. All of the repair manuals are here. Part# 100 OPERATOR'S MANUALS Part# 200 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS,OPERATOR'S MANUALS Part# 300 DEALER SETUP INSTRUCTIONS Part# 400 PARTS MANUALS Part# 500 REPAIR MANUALS Part# 600 Safety Section,INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Part# 700 Neutral Adjustment Guide,Electrical Information Manual, Product Service Bulletin Book Part# 800 Misc. Part# 900 Service Bulletin Book,Limited Warranty Simplicity Technical Publications Document Search Engine. http://www.simplicitytechpubs.com/v_techpubsearch.php

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I noticed alot of built up grease on the bottom of my tranny, dosen't smell like gear oil, Just has a grease smell, so I am unsure if anything is leaking. I Plan on putting on new gaskets on the BGB, and the tranny just because I am in the process of restoration, and it is easier to do it now then later.

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Ambler, better get that BGB out and rebuild it. It sounds like the very least that it needs is a new set of seals. At worst you may have some bad seals and maybe a couple of worn gears. This is all much better than having to find a replacement BGB to install. I just went through that process a few weeks ago and it gets quite expensive. Good luck.

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I was going to replace the belt and thourghly clean the area and monitor before rebuilding. I have a parts tractor if need be. There is no noticable side to side motion (relative to shaft) at present. If it works up then there should be a new leak.

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