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Greg, computers confuse me without tryin so I'm not the one to give you site guidence, but you found the right place for help with you 'new' machine. If its not trashed out an HB212 is worth fixing. Only hydrosatic I have is on my 4040, My B series are all 3 speeds. There are several used parts dealers that spouncer this site. I've had excelent help from Sandy Lake equip getting me parts to Alaska. Smilinsam buys and sells used tractors and I think parts also. If you can post pics its really helpful to all. A cheap didgital camera works for the most part, but not good for close-ups/detail. Welcome to the club...MPH

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Here's a link to a Simplicity training manual on hydraulics and hydrostatic transmissions, if that's of value: http://www.simpletractors.com/service/hydros/hydraulic_systems.htm Are you specifically talking about the hydrostatic tranny, or your broken axle tube? If you can fix one of these oldies for the price of an axle tube, it's definitely worth that... The foot-draggin' Clubhouse Custodian...

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Originally posted by MPH: Greg, computers confuse me without tryin so I'm not the one to give you site guidence, but you found the right place for help with you 'new' machine. If its not trashed out an HB212 is worth fixing. Only hydrosatic I have is on my 4040, My B series are all 3 speeds. There are several used parts dealers that spouncer this site. I've had excelent help from Sandy Lake equip getting me parts to Alaska. Smilinsam buys and sells used tractors and I think parts also. If you can post pics its really helpful to all. A cheap didgital camera works for the most part, but not good for close-ups/detail. Welcome to the club...MPH

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Originally posted by Kent: Here's a link to a Simplicity training manual on hydraulics and hydrostatic transmissions, if that's of value: http://www.simpletractors.com/service/hydros/hydraulic_systems.htm Are you specifically talking about the hydrostatic tranny, or your broken axle tube? If you can fix one of these oldies for the price of an axle tube, it's definitely worth that... Thanks. Greg The foot-draggin' Clubhouse Custodian...

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