NO MORE LEAKS|Overdue repairs on our CASE IH 7140 MAGNUM

Feb 1, 2020
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Sometimes it's just easier to keep adding oil than to fix the leaks but in the end the repairs are essential to prevent damage. Once oil runs out the result is thousands of dollars of unnecessary damage considering the leaks could have been fixed. Knowing this we try to tackle leaks when they show up. Plus leaking oil is a pet pieve of Leg Arms and the last thing you want to do is upset Mr Arms!
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  • That my friend is pure hillbilly!

    bruce campbellbruce campbell2 months ago
  • where is your jack stand under that axle?

    T TrainvT Trainv5 months ago
  • Love this channel!! (Obligatory comment finished..😜)

    Daniel JohnstonDaniel Johnston6 months ago
  • Scott Welker-Master of tools! 🛠👍🏻

    Olaf SchmidtOlaf Schmidt6 months ago
  • A farmers job is never done - always something to fix / level / move etc. Thank you for the video - take care - be safe. Waiting for warmer weather. "Spin"

    Tom PinnefTom Pinnef8 months ago
  • Great job guys keep it up 👍

    Britt BlantonBritt Blanton8 months ago
  • Which of you are older ?

    Gregg SeversonGregg Severson8 months ago
  • Was that a Bilstein? It should outlast the GMC. 😀 Yep, maintenance never ends. I like the old stuff. More regular maintenance, but it could all be done at home with simple tools. 👍

    Lane DexterLane Dexter8 months ago
  • Cool you watched deboss too :-)

    Morgan SedgeMorgan Sedge9 months ago
  • Hope the read diff isn't limited slip. They like special lube.

    Don BrutcherDon Brutcher9 months ago
  • there should be a tiny little vent in the center of that hub, when they get plugged it can cause oil to force its way out past a seal. its threaded in, so it can be remove and cleaned out with the air compressor.

    michael fischermichael fischer9 months ago
  • have you ever considerd amsol check it out !

    Carl StoutCarl Stout9 months ago
  • You have 3/4" and 1" impact guns. Why don't you have a CP717 or an Astro 4980 hammer ? So the piece you could not get out ... Why didn't you drill and tap it for a jack screw ?

    Jack PatteeuwJack Patteeuw9 months ago
  • I love watching your Shop videos, I've learned a lot about mechanics and now I have complete confidence that I can call someone who knows what they're doing to fix my car.

    BugGamingBugGaming9 months ago
  • Y’all are fine it’s a case it will run for ever

    Tray CantrellTray Cantrell9 months ago
  • Maybe if Leg-arms painted that tractor green ????

    Mike YoungbloodMike Youngblood9 months ago
  • Hey

    iBelieveiBelieve9 months ago
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    iBelieveiBelieve9 months ago
  • Hello

    iBelieveiBelieve9 months ago
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    iBelieveiBelieve9 months ago
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    iBelieveiBelieve9 months ago
  • Hi

    iBelieveiBelieve9 months ago
  • Sup

    iBelieveiBelieve9 months ago
  • Is it a prerequisite to have a bone yard to be a farmer in Montana? Seems like everybody has one (or 2)

    Peter AgriconguyPeter Agriconguy9 months ago
    • I think it is! Most farms I know have one.

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms9 months ago
  • If you replace the shaft and use old planetary gears won’t they wear out the new shaft faster? Like using a new bearing with an old race? Or does it not matter?

    Dylan HolzmanDylan Holzman9 months ago
  • Lego arms. Come to California buddy love to meet you.

    Michael SchneiderMichael Schneider9 months ago
    • We will be there next week at the world ag expo!

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms9 months ago
  • We had a MF 399 loader tractor (2wd, open station) before we upgraded to MFs with cabs & 4wd. Initially we kept the loader on when did field work, but then we got really quick and attaching/detaching it in under 5 minutes. It ran so much better with the loader off.

    thr8061thr80619 months ago
  • Robert welker. Check the rear end oil. There is clutches in there and that rear end needs a special synthetic gear oil with an additive

    Aaron WiltonAaron Wilton9 months ago
  • The Wiggle Game!

    Linda HarrLinda Harr9 months ago
  • I turn wrenches for a living. I wouldn’t change the other seal

    flatbedbobflatbedbob9 months ago
  • Hey leg arms you look a lot different

    Lynette FreemanLynette Freeman9 months ago
  • If you guys had John Deere you wouldn't be broken down

    Matheu EgidyMatheu Egidy9 months ago
    • That is correct... Instead we'd just be broke! 😁

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms9 months ago
  • Wonder what the catalyst was for 'pass on all the information to the younger generation stuff on the channel' it's been great.

    GloveSlapnzGloveSlapnz9 months ago
    • A responsibility we had I would say

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker9 months ago
  • Cool video

    Karl MiestKarl Miest9 months ago
  • I have an 04 and a 10 duramax. Amazing trucks.

    Mycatsnot2Mycatsnot29 months ago
    • 👍

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker9 months ago
  • What do you do with the used oil tanks?

    matthewrenshawmatthewrenshaw9 months ago
    • It becomes shop heating .

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker9 months ago
  • Leg arms, you need to return the shout out that Sandi gave you on Mark’s video.

    Phillip PetermanPhillip Peterman9 months ago
    • Robert Welker - Sandra Brock at “Sheepishly Me”. She compared her arms to his. She lost....

      Phillip PetermanPhillip Peterman9 months ago
    • I'm not legarms so which channel so I can pass it on to him.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker9 months ago
  • I grew up on a farm. Unfortunately, it wasn't large enough to support multiple generations. So, I had to go to work in manufacturing. In my 30 years in manufacturing, I have always said that farmers make the best maintenance techs. As Leg-Arms consistently demonstrates, farmers are jacks-of-all-trades who can get it running with a minimum of fuss. Well done!

    Nunya BidnessNunya Bidness9 months ago
  • Daddy Welker, us old guys can use all the help we can get when it comes to mechanic work. Also Welker boys did either one of you go to mechanics school or did you get your knowledge from the School of Hard Knocks? Cheers...

    WoolyBuckWoolyBuck9 months ago
    • School of redo's and knocks 😁. Got to be flexible and ready to learn.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker9 months ago
  • Safe trip to the ville

    Ivan ParksIvan Parks9 months ago
  • hey boys you needed some plate wedges for that hub.

    fredorji1fredorji19 months ago
  • Regarding the Duramax in the beginning. The LLY came out in 04. The Allison transmission was a 5 speed until 2006 when it became a 6 speed. The transfer case takes the same atf as the transmission. Using gear oil will burn up the pump and cause premature failure.

    dimerunner88dimerunner889 months ago
    • Thanks much! Glad some of you caught it. Blessings. Oh not sure on the score.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker9 months ago
    • I own an 03 LB7 and I just had the transmission out to rebuild it and resealed the transfer so it's pretty fresh in my mind, just something that stood out.

      dimerunner88dimerunner889 months ago
  • The one white tail shed hanging on the wall is beautiful, what was the estimate on the score? Change the U-joint!!! do the extra work because it will fail at the worst time. It has enough play in it to justify changing it, You possible could use a Tiger press or one from Mac tools and change it in its location without pulling the shaft. Not FRUSTRATED but...... lol....... I have been there and took the short cut and guess what ? When I needed the vehicle guess what went BAD? It is always a judgment call and I would do ROCK ,Paper, Scissors. When you pull the upper and lower joints off the main housing drill and tap for the bolts you want the engineer to put in . They use the planetary gears so you can mismatch tires and keep the front tires spinning about 8-10% faster than the rear, This keeps the tractor going straight . If you make a shim for the tie rod you can take the slop out of it until you get it changed. I did it one time for a quick fix and it will pull the ball down in the tie rod socket making it tight, but remember the socket is also worn and it should only be done in a case like yours where you are trying to get by until you get parts. As always love seeing the farm and your smiling faces .

    Jack AmelungJack Amelung9 months ago
  • Farmer style, only fix what's broken....

    Trent BadonTrent Badon9 months ago
  • Axle seal. Anything worth doing is worth doing 2 or 3 times

  • Would you guys please use gloves. Those petroleum's absorb right into your skin and system. Bad Bad !

    Mac DawgMac Dawg9 months ago
  • I love that Bill Murray Commercial.. haha

    Mac DawgMac Dawg9 months ago
  • kudos for playing with planetary gears, you can really mess them up if you get one out of alignment!

    Benjamin UBenjamin U9 months ago
  • All you guys speak well!

    mitch yelvingtonmitch yelvington9 months ago
  • You see what happened was

    Andrew F.Andrew F.9 months ago
  • Yall gonna be at the national farm machinery show in Louisville ky?

    Barger Farms GamingBarger Farms Gaming9 months ago
  • 16:46 and 16:57, anyone else hearing the King of the Hill theme in their head, or is that just me?

    BryanBryan9 months ago
  • Enjoy the video. I thoroughly enjoyed leg arms teaching sessions on these videos he’s very very good.

    Jason SmithJason Smith9 months ago
  • I love coming on here and watching your videos whenever I can. The kindness and hardworking that is shown is always amazing and makes these videos more contagious to watch. Keep up that good stuff!!

    Pete WurtingerPete Wurtinger9 months ago
  • Old guy? He didn't sound like an old guy if not looking on screen.

    Night SaberNight Saber9 months ago
  • Can I give you some credit for the old school trouble light! I still use the old school style with a led daylight bulb, plenty good enough

    Kluck FabricationKluck Fabrication9 months ago
  • Love and I also enjoy teaching mechanics and passing down knowledge. Loving the channel

    Mark NewellMark Newell9 months ago
  • Legg arms is the man

    4020 john deere4020 john deere9 months ago
  • With all these repairs going on us automotive technician myself what kind of tools do you guys prefer Milwaukee DeWalt snap-on mac matco

    Bailey WeaverBailey Weaver9 months ago
    • You forgot HF 😁. As far as cordless we have mostly Ryobi. Hand tools are mixture pickup through 50 years of collecting. But those names you mention are great tools.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker9 months ago
  • Chevy problems smh

    SweatyCharmless XDSweatyCharmless XD9 months ago
  • Check the spare tire. I'd make sure I can get it down and replace it with a full-sized tire.

    Bobcat SmithBobcat Smith9 months ago
  • I lol when you brought out the Honda back when I worked in forestry replantation site prep. On the trenchers there was a couple of huge nuts connecting wheels of the trencher to the frame and to loosen them we would put the rachet on wrap a chain around it and pull it lose with the one ton truck lol

    Sam klienSam klien9 months ago
  • Fav channel

    Buck RussellBuck Russell9 months ago
  • I think the only problem with Leg Arms Engineering suggestion is dirt and rust accruing in or around the secondary bolt or opening. Even if its covered without a bolt in it dirt and rust will find a way

    andy bushandy bush9 months ago
  • You missed up! Lol. Very good video. Now we'll see how this baby runs in the summer here!

    Raynona BohrerRaynona Bohrer10 months ago
  • liked this video thumbs up Leg Arms !!

    Dennis HettingerDennis Hettinger10 months ago
  • liked this video !!!

    Dennis HettingerDennis Hettinger10 months ago
  • This is why I just let my cow eat the grass 🤗

    Underrated InventionsUnderrated Inventions10 months ago
  • You guys should tap a couple of holes into the replacement part for the next service

    TS SarkoziTS Sarkozi10 months ago
  • I have a question. What happen to the wagner wa 4 ?

    Braden PulvermacherBraden Pulvermacher10 months ago
    • still waiting for shop time. 😢

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker9 months ago
  • how many miles do you have on the duramax?

    new england rig`snew england rig`s10 months ago
    • 119k

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker9 months ago
  • Leg Arms...why oh why did you not drill and tap those top and bottom plates so you can get them out next time?

    jeoinaforestjeoinaforest10 months ago
  • winter paint! im guna use that

    Brennen PelletierBrennen Pelletier10 months ago
  • Geez...that’s an impressive number of tool chests!!!

    Barbara StedillieBarbara Stedillie10 months ago
    • We love having the tools available and separated. And it seems like you need so many different tools.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker9 months ago
  • Love a man that’s not afraid to get his hands dirty! AND feels comfortable about it!! It’d be fun to hear about your boys when they were growing up!! Good ‘blackmail’ material!?!? LOL....

    Barbara StedillieBarbara Stedillie10 months ago
  • What do you do with the used oil?

    Barbara StedillieBarbara Stedillie10 months ago
    • Friends pick it up for heating shops.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker9 months ago
  • Lol every tie rod on my tractors are wore out! I believe my diesel mower tie rod is welded on!!

    andrew sarlesandrew sarles10 months ago
  • This a really nice tractor you should paint it restore it

    in motionin motion10 months ago
  • Thanks leg arms always cool to hear and watch y’all working on the equipment. Great job to your dad for explaining his job as well

    Dan FinleyDan Finley10 months ago
  • watching you from Croatia big fan of farming

    ivan majdakivan majdak10 months ago

    John-Paul TeateroJohn-Paul Teatero10 months ago
  • Great tip Dad on the bottle thank you great stream.guys Mike from DWARF WORKS

    mikeabresch94mikeabresch9410 months ago
  • Can't say I've ever had that much trouble removing king pins on one

    Christopher DavisChristopher Davis10 months ago
  • Next winter project: Red Peterbilt restoration

    Wyatt VosWyatt Vos10 months ago
  • When you gonna start on the wagner

    theun Akkertheun Akker10 months ago
    • We were looking for this winter but the lake house delayed it

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker10 months ago
  • We replaced the kingpins on our JD 4450 and man was the bearings a pain to get out.

    Heindrich DyerHeindrich Dyer10 months ago
  • Since you've been doing repair work, I was wondering what becae of that Wagner you guys got?

    Eric BeightolEric Beightol10 months ago
  • Look at your VIN sticker if it is made after 08 of the year it is already the next years model.

    LSE LLC (Lumanet Solar Energy LLC)LSE LLC (Lumanet Solar Energy LLC)10 months ago
  • Looks like bilstein shocks. They are typically life time warranty as long as your the original purchaser 👍

    sheldon729sheldon72910 months ago
  • Some 25 years ago, we did some Bush-Fixes on these type of Front AWD Axels. Liquid Grease instead of the Manufacturers Gear Oil. Works OK for Tractors that run part-time, only and saves lots of $$$ for working hours.

    Michael TourenfahrerMichael Tourenfahrer10 months ago
  • I don't want to teach but their seal should be moved because it's a double seal. I hope you under stend wath i meen. I am from EU

    LAT-Martins U93LAT-Martins U9310 months ago
  • If it ain't broke don't fix it.

    Clifford ThompsonClifford Thompson10 months ago
  • I think you need to hookup with "Abom 79" - He might have been able to spray weld that shaft and re machined it for a lot less that $450.

    M.G. BumpusM.G. Bumpus10 months ago
    • We would have but needed to get it together and the shaft came next day

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker10 months ago
  • I have the same 2 post lift in my garage, love it.

    David FisherDavid Fisher10 months ago
    • 👍

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker10 months ago
  • I recently subscribed and I like you guys, but holy cow there are a ton of these start and stops in the editing. There must be over a hundred in this video. Makes it difficult to watch for me. Just my 2 cents.

    duggydoduggydo10 months ago
    • We don't do editing now. Doesn't seem to bother the younger gen. I'm much older 😉

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker10 months ago
  • Always happy to see the new content. Keep it up guys @welkerfarms

    D MillsD Mills10 months ago
  • Good job getting the king pin out, but Wear glasses or a face shield when beating on a punch or chisel. Even a fleck of paint from the axle will ruin your day if it comes back.

    Mike LeRoyMike LeRoy10 months ago
  • Sad thing is I helped pull a hub off a new Magnum 340.....they are still the way.....

    justin schmickerjustin schmicker10 months ago
  • Mother nature's welding!

    Farming 4GFarming 4G10 months ago
  • Hey Mr.Welker

    Max BardierMax Bardier10 months ago