Wow. This sounds intense. You 'cut' the shaft while still inside the diff housing? With a torch? How did you do that? How is it the pieces can't come out? As MC said, did you remove the bolts at the back end? and try to just slam the shaft rearwards or? How bent could this be? I think you should stop whatever you are doing until a few more people experienced with this repair read this, you are at the verge of making a big mess.... BTW, do you have a repair manual for this tractor?
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