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cub 123 transaxle removal

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#16 EricR ONLINE  

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Posted January 30, 2018 - 06:46 PM

This is our first narrow frame so I'm still learning how their different from my 149.  I wish they had a tunnel cover like the 149!  It's a lot more difficult to get to the linkages and drive shaft without it!

I hope to have that much time with my son as well!  I hope I will have enough patience!  My son is going through a phase of telling me that I'm "wrong" or "that's not right" and other things that can really try my patience!!!!  

Do you have any suggestion or tricks when working on these narrow frames?

I know I could use your guidance on the internal brake that is stuck. 

Thanks Eric!

 

Yeah, working on those old narrow frames are a real pain but just take your time. And on the brakes (the last time I had one apart was more than 25 years ago) but the problem was the piece the brake rod pushes on was stuck in the rear end. We tore everything with the brakes apart, put new brakes in and haven't had an issue since...  Just take your time......


Edited by EricR, January 30, 2018 - 06:47 PM.

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