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John Deere JD755 Front axle leak

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Markle
Join Date: Aug 2007
Posts: 3 UK
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2007-08-13          144645


My JD 755 has an oil leak on the front axle, it appears to be coming from around the wheel hub on one side. I'm guessing there is a seal or seals there where the shaft exits the axle housing. Can anyone advise me what I'm likley to find there when I strip it down and tell me if a reasonably competant DIY'er can change them? Any advice much appreciated.

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John Deere JD755 Front axle leak

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DennisCTB
Join Date: Nov 1998
Posts: 2685 NorthWest NJ
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2007-10-05          146544


If you are uncertain it is best to go to the dealer. Is it under warranty, if so delaer for sure. ....

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jd110_1963
Join Date: Feb 2002
Posts: 87 westminster, md
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2007-10-08          146651


The front hub is fairly easy to repair. After you remove the wheel, remove the six bolts holding the hub on. Then remove the hub assembly. On the inside of the hub is a gear and some bearings that are retained by either snap rings or a locking jam nut. Just remove the bearins and gear. Then pull the spindle out of the outer bearing. The seal is now accessible. ....

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