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the last couple of years the hoe on the 202 had oil running off the foot boards .
all most ended up on the ground too many times .
so of comes off the valve bank .[attachment=2:2c01irqy]202 345.jpg[/attachment:2c01irqy][attachment=1:2c01irqy]202 346.jpg[/attachment:2c01irqy][attachment=0:2c01irqy]202 347.jpg[/attachment:2c01irqy]
 

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massy203 , sent you a pm ,hope it went to you .not very good on the puter .
my 202 was bought when i was about 10 years old. been working on it for a bit now .
me and her about same age .[old and tired . lol]
so shoot will try my best .
 

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gorden that is another valve bank, dad got a spare at one time .
still ready to go no rush yet .
massy203 never been around a shuttle shift . i think chowns in sussex have one in there yard .
there is a 203 listed in there list . 506 434 4811 phone no. chown tractor parts .
sounds like the biggest problem is an oil soaked clutch .
i would say the input seals to the trans are rotted out .
on my 6 speed , once you get her split thats the hard part . lots of heavy iron to move to get there .
did you get my pm .
where in maine are you ?
 
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