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Cub Cadet 1710 Hydro rear axle seals

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Steve in Alvin

02-05-2010 12:57:44

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If any one out there can help, I cant figure out how to get the rear bearings and seals out of my Cub Cadet without tearing something up. I have the tranny out of the tractor and up on a table, wheels off of course,rear cover off and looking inside the gear case I cant see how to get inside that little gear cage totake it apart.I'm sure there is a correct order of disassembly- but where to start? Can any help me?

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Steve in Alvin

02-05-2010 15:19:12

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 Re: Cub Cadet 1710 Hydro rear axle seals in reply to Steve in Alvin, 02-05-2010 12:57:44  
Yes thanks Anon, Iwent back and looked closer do you remove the shaft that holds the idler gears in place?

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02-07-2010 07:54:49

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 Re: Cub Cadet 1710 Hydro rear axle seals in reply to Steve in Alvin, 02-05-2010 15:19:12  
By the way, I take it you are replacing the bearings and seals at the end of the axle tubes? When you get tubes off, see if the carrier moves slightly side to side. If it does, take a thin shim out of the right side bearing cap to snug it up. The 3 bolts and cap only line up 1 way so mark the top of the bearing cap first to make it easier.

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02-07-2010 07:50:43

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 Re: Cub Cadet 1710 Hydro rear axle seals in reply to Steve in Alvin, 02-05-2010 15:19:12  
No. You do not touch the diff cluster. Just push the E-clips off and axles slide right out.

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02-05-2010 14:49:43

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 Re: Cub Cadet 1710 Hydro rear axle seals in reply to Steve in Alvin, 02-05-2010 12:57:44  
You cannot take the little differential gears out-they stay in the case. Look for the clips on inner end of axle-they are shaped like an "E". Push them off and axles will slide out of tubes.

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