Sounds as if your main drive"shear" coupler has broken. To check look in the left round cover of the diff. hsg. You will need to drain a bit of oil or tilt the tractor so that left side is a bit higher. The coupler has a grooved ring that will shear. If so simply align the coupler with the front short piece of shaft and the pair will come out easily.No need to split.The trans fluid is seperate and the check-fill plug is right in the gap between the running board and the housing and I can't remember which side. Your manual will show. Chuck
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