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  1. Bolens Forum
    Hi, I have been in the process of restoring a 1968 bolens 1050. I still use it for day to day chores around my property. Recently however, I've noticed that it likes to get stuck in gear under load. For example, I was pulling a scrap tractor that had all flat tires. The tractor got snagged on a...
  2. John Deere Forum
    I have a JD LT155 I purchased very used! I was hearing a loud grinding coming from underneath and eventually the belt fell off. I noticed the transmission fan extremely bent and rubbing on the belt (which was also loose) throwing it off. Replaced the fan and the belt but now when I engage the...
  3. MTD
    Hey everyone! I have a MTD F-N-R transmission from a Troy-Bilt Bronco (Model 13aj609g766) with the vari-drive ‘go pedal’ setup (not shift on the go, but that doesn’t make a difference, trans is the same). It was out to the trash and I saved it a while ago. Made various posts here about valves...
  4. Craftsman/Sears Forum
    So I had a friend who said he was experienced in fixing a broken transaxle link. He removed this part, I don’t think he put back in the right position Is there a way to find the right position?
  5. Craftsman/Sears Forum
    Hi, I'm looking to find out if there is any other Transaxle models I can use for my lawn tractor. I have a Sears Craftsman LT 1136 lawn tractor model number 502.255291, it's a five speed, bought around 1979, and during that time it was made by MTD. The manual advises the Transaxle # 794247...
  6. Craftsman/Sears Forum
    Hi. I've got an early 90's GT6000, 917.255980, 6 speed transaxle (well, 3 low and 3 high, plus reverse). The transaxle is leaking oil, appearing at the base at the center of the transaxle, and I assume it is the gasket where the two halves come together. The gasket is part number 121878X. Does...
  7. Craftsman/Sears Forum
    After attempting to get my Craftsman tractor (model no. 917.270920) ready for the season - including replacing a flat rear tire, it started but does not move. The tire replacement took a bit of effort. I first thought that maybe the drive belt had dry rotted or had slackened and after replacing...
  8. John Deere Forum
    The welded spider gears on the k46 provided excellent traction but ultimately led to its demise when the bull gear struck the bottom of the case and puked its guts while mowing.. Attempting to resurrect the little la140 and give it the legs it deserved. Organ Donor: gt275 Deere
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