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Finding parts for the REAR ends is No Big Deal.. Essentially all of the tractors use the SAME rear end gears (there is a really new 'double bump' gear set that ingersoll used, but 95% are all the same like:

Zoom the pictures by double clicking on them and count the teeth on the gears to compare to yours.

Thanks I'll let you all know how it goes. First time messing with a differential! Plus trying to find parts, this will be interesting.
Thanks again

Ken
 

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The only explanation is very fast forward to reversing of the drive. Which I can understand on 2xx or a 4xx. Shifting a 'mower' into the retard position causes the drive motor to reverse. Which I've done with my 155.

How that works for loaders, I'm not sure. There is no retard other than a holding valve..

I have had four of these apart from my own tractors and have never come across any problem what so ever. What causes the bolts to break on these?

Keep the Peace
Harry
 
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