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    Default Monarch 10ee gearbox lever seals

    Trying to change out and order the seals. I have the gearbox / feed / thous lever ready to come off but it won't budge.

    Is there a tutorial ?

    Thanks

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    Found the additional set screw on the bottom under years of paint.


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    Yep, the old hidden-under-the-paint screw trick!

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    Just to update

    I solved the leak on the feed / slip gear lever with skf part # 9878 McMaster Carr # 5154T36 and a square o-ring McMaster Carr #4061T228 to add to the packing.

    On the thread Selector knob I used SKF# 4985 McMaster Carr # 5154T32

    I also replaced the gaskets on the sight glasses that were weeping and used a little thicker material which allows me to see the level of the oil more clearly.

    I believe the leaks on the front of the machine have now been cured.

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    Turns out the seal on the belt feed/ gear thread was also leaking. Same seal as the thread feed seal. 1" od .500" id.
    Sourced locally Timken # 471442.

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    Great info and glad you got it. Thanks!

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    I just ordered all three seals from Monarch. About $60 for the three.


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