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Old 04-02-2018, 08:22 PM
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Well I tore mine apart, put in new seals, put it back together. Was very careful to keep everything in the exact same alignment as it was. Had trouble getting the plate with the springs back in without them springing out, never to be found again. (I spent the $12 and ordered new springs just in case. Didn't end up needing them, whew) Nothing looked bad inside, all the seals looked good. I'm thinking it was the seal around the shaft that was leaking. The new seal kit had a little different looking seal around the shaft than the old one. It was actually a little smaller OD too, so that concerned me. I used the SK000011 seal kit for a steiner turf machine for $55 that someone here recommended. Had a couple seals left over that were dependent on exact model. So far, everything went back together and isn't leaking, and everything actually worked! Thanks for all the help!
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Well I tore mine apart, put in new seals, put it back together. Was very careful to keep everything in the exact same alignment as it was. Had trouble getting the plate with the springs back in without them springing out, never to be found again. (I spent the $12 and ordered new springs just in case. Didn't end up needing them, whew) Nothing looked bad inside, all the seals looked good. I'm thinking it was the seal around the shaft that was leaking. The new seal kit had a little different looking seal around the shaft than the old one. It was actually a little smaller OD too, so that concerned me. I used the SK000011 seal kit for a steiner turf machine for $55 that someone here recommended. Had a couple seals left over that were dependent on exact model. So far, everything went back together and isn't leaking, and everything actually worked! Thanks for all the help!
Same thing I found with the Steiner kit. So far no leaks here either.
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Well I tore mine apart, put in new seals, put it back together. Was very careful to keep everything in the exact same alignment as it was. Had trouble getting the plate with the springs back in without them springing out, never to be found again. (I spent the $12 and ordered new springs just in case. Didn't end up needing them, whew) Nothing looked bad inside, all the seals looked good. I'm thinking it was the seal around the shaft that was leaking. The new seal kit had a little different looking seal around the shaft than the old one. It was actually a little smaller OD too, so that concerned me. I used the SK000011 seal kit for a steiner turf machine for $55 that someone here recommended. Had a couple seals left over that were dependent on exact model. So far, everything went back together and isn't leaking, and everything actually worked! Thanks for all the help!
You owe Oak and I each $26.00 US

That's about the difference between ($52.00) the cub kit and the one I bought. Yeah yeah the way I see it, if it wasn't for Oak you wouldn't have known about the cheaper option but if it wasn't for me posting this thread at this time Oak wood have not had a reason to post the cheaper option.
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The checks in the mail!
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I want $26 too. I didn't do anything but that's the world we live in today.
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I want $26 too. I didn't do anything but that's the world we live in today.
Tim... you nailed it!! I have a 16 year old stepson with the same mentality!
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Man, at $26 a pop, I would have been better off taking it somewhere to have the work done!!
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