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Offline KenE

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PIG LEAK
« on: June 14, 2011, 02:44:10 pm »
 

I have had a slow oil leak that drips from around the propeller shaft boot -wetting the top of the side stand, keeping the  boot clamp tight (it loosens itself) seems to keep it to very little.
Today I have the final drive off, and notice a thimble or so of hypoid oil  drip out when it came apart. The grease on the splines was barely there from being wet.
The hypiod gear level was a bit low.

My question# 1 is- do the 2  (92055) coupling o-rings solve the leak, or might  the oil seal on the input shaft to the pig (92049 B) be the culprit? ... . No other leaks- besides top of propeller shaft.

I also note the input shaft coupler gear (42034)is tired with rolled  off teeth, all on the same direction, while the coupling (42034A) looks  ok.
I plan to order a  42034 coupler gear/ 42034A coupling , nut, spring, and  various orings .

My question #2 is-  I note there are a ton of shims available to order. Are the rounded off teeth/leak suggesting  spacing issues that need addressing?
Any other suggestions?


Thanks for your input in advance.
KenE


« Last Edit: June 15, 2011, 08:27:46 am by KenE »

Offline dbethel

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Re: PIG LEAK
« Reply #1 on: June 15, 2011, 02:32:14 pm »
Best thing to do is clean off the area, then look for the leak.  Or get some "engine oil" dye and shine a UV light on the area to point out the leak. 

D.

Offline DarkKnight

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Re: PIG LEAK
« Reply #2 on: June 15, 2011, 05:48:24 pm »
Another way to check: Clean area good and dust baby power. Then look for the source.

Offline KenE

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Re: PIG LEAK
« Reply #3 on: June 16, 2011, 01:13:46 am »
Hey- thanks for the thoughts.
It appears to be weeping from 2 holes between the nut and the teeth   on the 42034 coupler cog- sticking out of the pig-, then collecting in the propeller tunnel... The fiche doesnt seem too helpful as to which seal or o-ring might have failed. The local shop suggested there might not be enough shims or a weak spring involved????
I am riding  a road trip this next week, so will take it apart the  weekend after my 'guesstimated as necessary' parts arrive. It is a pig in a poke...[grin]
KenE

Offline Steve in Sunny Fla

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Re: PIG LEAK
« Reply #4 on: June 16, 2011, 07:24:03 pm »
10 to 1 it's the oring that seals the coupler. It's at the back of the input gear spline. it gets pinched when the rear wheel is removed / replaced. Steve

Offline KenE

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Re: PIG LEAK
« Reply #5 on: July 12, 2011, 10:41:55 am »
The 2 o rings did the trick.  Thanks.
Will post pics/more after I replace the spent 42034 gear.
KenE