#16 Shows the hole the spark and throttle rods exit the steering sector.
#17 Seal is installed inverted to trim the seal length. The seal as supplied is about 1/8" too long (deep).
#18 Shows the installed seal in the sector. The seal is not a tight fit and I used Loctite to hold it in. There is a flat plate with a gasket t that covers the seal which assures the seal will stay put and the gasket assures it won't leak around the outside of the seal.
#19 Shows The new seal and the "original" hole in the output shaft of the sector.
#20 Shows the seal with the "new" hole.
#21 Shows the new seal installed in the housing.
#22 Shows the flat plate and gasket that covers the seal in the spark and throttle rod hole.
Seal numbers are Chicago Rawhide # 4943 for the small seal and Chicago Rawhide #11050 for the large.
Another hint is to replace the horn wire while you have it apart. My Ahoogah horn works wonderfully now!!
The steering sector shown is from a Model 63 Durant and should apply to most if not all 29 Durants.Regards, Dave Schulte [Schulte3@mepotelco.net]
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