Re: B6100 mid PTO oil seal replacement
Well it was easier than expected. The seal is pressed from the outside. I loosend the seal with a very small screw driver and tack hammer(think eye glass screws)and then took a 1/4" wood chisel , got it under the lip, gave it a twist and it popped right out. used the tack hammer and small piece of wood to set the new one.
I changed the fluid of course and the filter was dated by who ever did it last--Aug 8,2005.
That's a long time, but I must say the old fluid was not in bad shape. The guy I bought it from said he had owned it for a year and a half and hadn't put 20 hours on it and he got it in a trade for a boat from his buddy down the block who had owned it for 7 and rarely used it. Well, one thing for sure, won't be sittin around any more. I plan on giving it plenty of exersize.
Last edited by maj_primate; 01-20-2013 at 12:04 AM.