I have a ‘96 425 with a JD 40 loader. I was using the loader to move some compost around today, when the forward pedal dropped to the floor and the reverse pedal was sticking up much farther than normal. A quick look down and the right rear tire was sitting farther forward that usual. I stopped and took a look, and noticed all 4 of the bolts that go from the loader frame to the tractor frame and axles were stripped and loose. This allowed the whole transaxle to shift forward when the load lifted up on the frame. I haven’t had time to do any digging on it yet, just looking for some insight before I get dirty next weekend. Has anyone heard of this happening? I’ve been searching all night and have found no reference of it. Any ideas on how big of a job this is going to be? What are the chances of rethreading the holes? Or am I going to have to replace the axle housings? Terrible timing as my wife is due with our first child any day. Any tips or ideas are much appreciated.