Just wondering - when you added the sealer between the shims, did you
have to change the number of, or thickness of the, shims? I would think
that the thickness of the sealer might change the axial pre-load on the
bearings. May-be not enough to matter.
I can't get to the disassembled steering box I have at the moment, but I
think that the thread holes for the front cover aren't thru holes. So
the only way the steering fluid can get to the bolts is if there's a
path through the shims/gasket or a crack in the cover.
AHCA 3000 Mk I registrar
On 01/10/2016 09:57 PM, Bob Spidell wrote:
> First thing I did. Possible leaking through the split in the washers.
> Had same issue with freshly-rebuilt box for our BN2; drained box and
> applied gasket sealer between all the shims. Guess I'll have to try
> that--was hoping for a reprieve.
> On 1/10/2016 6:19 PM, richard mayor wrote:
>> Try tightening the 4 bolts.
>> On Sun, Jan 10, 2016 at 5:27 PM, Bob Spidell <firstname.lastname@example.org
>> My BJ8 is leaving a (larger than usual) oil spot on the flattened
>> cardboard box that serves as a disposable drip pan and leak map.
>> It appears to be leaking at the 'cover' (Moss# 667-835), where I
>> know there is a shim pack and, possibly, a gasket. I know
>> throwing Penrite or STP in there might lessen the leak, but I'm
>> wondering why the box would start leaking suddenly at a place that
>> doesn't experience any movement or wear?
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