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Broken axle tube.

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I bought a big ten parts tractor a couple weeks ago and the axle tube is broken about 1/2" outside of the seal on the right transaxle case. I have already removed both axle flanges and the differential unit, I printed the dif manual from a transaxle repair I found here.

There is some steel sticking up in the cracked area do I just grind that area down to get the right side of the trans off? I removed and separated the trans and bevel gear box already.

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When you put it back together, make sure to put a plastic bag over the RH side of the axle tube to cover the differential keyway to protect the axle seal from getting damaged.

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