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John Deere 127 rotary cutter

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Wayne Kelpen

02-03-2013 07:12:38

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I have a John Deere 127 cutter that has a badly leaking gearbox. Does anyone know who makes a replacement g/box to fit this mower? Any suggestions on how to stop the leak out the bottom? I would like to keep it operating.

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02-03-2013 08:05:34

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 Re: John Deere 127 rotary cutter in reply to Wayne Kelpen, 02-03-2013 07:12:38  
Some old rednecks like me just pump the gearbox full of grease and keep on trucking.

Most will use Jd or caseih cornhead grease, this material is very good and willnot run out like oil.

Most time the lower bearings are worn in your cutter and that shaft movement takes out your seals.

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Harvey 2

02-03-2013 07:42:20

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 Re: John Deere 127 rotary cutter in reply to Wayne Kelpen, 02-03-2013 07:12:38  
I took mine to the JD dealer and they installed seals, it has held for several years.
I'm glad you didn't call it a Bush Hog.
A lot of people think every rotary cutter is a bush hog.
Now I know the term bush hog is generic for a rotary cutter, but its one of the over used words such as yard sale.

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