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Gene
It depends on the tractor. You may have enough room to remove the yoke, pry out the old seal, and install a new one. But, Pat is right. You probably have other problems. Check it out real good. If something is wrong, fix it now or spend big bucks later.

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Kent
Removing the whole rear end, bevel gear box and all, is not that big of a job. Disconnect the linkages, remove the driveshaft and yoke, and take out four bolts... supporting the tractor frame on something while you do that, of course. IMO, it's a lot more work to remove the "stuff" off the sides of the bevel gear box than it is to gain access to the front....

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The front input shaft seal needs to be replace on my bevel gear box. Can this be done without complete removal of the gear box?

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