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3 speed shift shaft leak

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After this past weekend of first mowing I noticed a few more small issues to attend to.

This one is a leak at the shift shaft in the 3spd. I look at the diagrams and a seal is noted but the parts states that is was not used in model "399" or "400" which is my model Land lord. The hole looks very slightly out of round but I don't see any seal or space to even put a seal. A little oil dribbled out and down the back of the case is this semi normal?

How have you guys handled this?

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I wish the oil came in either black or orange. Then all I would have to do is clean the drips on the floor, not the green steak all the way down to the floor.sm00

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