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Leaks oil around the tines.

I got a troy bilt horse tiller. It was originally purchased about 10 years ago. It was used a couple times and then left to sit in a garage. I got it out and it started right up. I tilled a garden and cleaned it up. I put it into my garage and The next day I notice oil on the floor. I see that transmission oil is leaking around the tines. What needs to me done to repair it? The Thing looks new.

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 an new oil seal needs to be put onto the output shaft of the transmission.  remove the plug wire if you attempt to pry out the old seal and tap in the new seal.  Be careful not to damage the case and grease the seal and shaft when you replace the oil seal 

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