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mowerman1193

Transaxle ?'s on a 5116 and a 4211

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Both have 5 speed manual transaxles.The 4211 is locked up but,before it locked up it had a spot in it that would feel like you hit the brakes about every 3 foot. The 5116 drive pulley on the transaxle is so loose that the belt comes off.I am guessing that there is a bearing or bushing that is worn? OK here is the deal.My uncle says I can have the 4211 if I fix the 5116.He will pay for the parts. Anyone have any experiance with one?Or anyone have a parts diagram?Any Ideas as to how much labor would cost to have it fixed if I took the transaxle out and took it to a shop? I think I could fix it myself but thought that taking it in could be a option also. Sorry so many questions but I would like to have the 4211 but dont want to get in over my head to get it.I have'nt said whether I would do it or not yet.Would like to get a little information first. Thanks for any advice you can offer, mowerman1193

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Al
Hi, The sensation llike hititng the brakes is probably bab shift keys. I would reocmmend that you go to your nearest Tecumseh Peerless dealer and get a manual for these transaxles, or call us at 1-800-462-2218 and we can send you one. Don't know here at the house how much they are, but as I remember they aren't too bad. Good luck, Al

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