Topic: Re: D15 transmission question
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|cole in mo.
Ain't nothing easy putting gears in any of those D series tractors. Splitting is only one part, the rear wheels come off, the lift housing, third member, final drives, then split it again behind the torque housing. All gears will need to come out. Getting after market gears will be a lot cheaper, but with after market, you will have to change both gears, the one on the pinion as well as the main shaft gear, new ones won't match with the orig.
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