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How much noise should a transmission in a landlord 101 have? When I roll it back and forth in nuetral (engine off) I can hear the rear end really loudly. Is this normal? I'm thinking of draining the rear end to make sure that there are no shavings in the lubricant. I also need to install a speedi sleeve on one of the axles in this tranny. Does anybody know, off hand, what the shaft diameter is going into the trans. from the differential side? Thanks

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have a simplicity 6000 series somethin in the shop with the tranny case busted across. People gotta quit thinkin just because a tractor, it can pull stumps. IT CANT! So stop trying to use it for things other than mowing your lawn and pulling lil 17 cubic foot trailers, k? understand? dang cheapo tescumceh parts .....mtd shi......

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stinkie
I agree with that one. I wouldnt run a fan with a tecumseh. My tractor's been babied, but has gone about 10,000 miles since 1966. Thats why there is a groove worn. Hard to keep things from wearing out on somethin that old.......

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