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I have an old John Deere 1209 hay cutter and I cannot get the gearbox to stop leaking oil. I have replaced the seals once and plan to replace them again tomorrow. If they do not hold this time would there be any problem of just filling the gear boxes with grease? I only use this cutter about three to five days a year probably 30 hours a year at most.

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You can fill the gear boxes with grease but also have some oil in there to so they lube till they get warm and grease breaks down reason the seal wont hold is that the seal has wore into shaft

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