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I would recommend not driving this under power another foot at this time.

Pull the axle cover off and see what has happened. If you are lucky, this is simply broken differential bolts that are then easily repaired. Left to their own devices, a broken diff bolt can do a lot of internal and case damage.

Pull that cover and let us know what you find.


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Well ... new bolts and nuts (as applicable). Reference the parts manual with your serial number/PIN and select the correct bolts for your specific machine:

648 PARTS

The brake idler gear is no longer available new, so you'll need to hunt that down used (forum, eBay, Facebook, etc).

Consider new axle bearings and all seals/gaskets when putting it back together. Right time to get it all done.


Brian
 
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