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post #1 of 3 Old 02-28-2016, 08:14 AM Thread Starter
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Leaking auger differential

I thought it had stopped leaking but I came out to he garage after a month overseas and no use and found a puddle. It had run for about 6 hours during the blizzard and the auger box was still full of fluid so this is not an emergency but still it clearly needs new seals.

I want to do a full overhaul on the machine this summer. Plus I am repowering two other machines. One with another Tec and a third with a predator.
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I would not mess with it. From what I have seen full cold is overfull hot. After a good workout you might get a drip. If it is full ignore it.
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You might try snugging the bolts just a hair to see if it gains you anything.....

I am deathly allergic to shovels!

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