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Cub 154- trans. not working in Rev./1st- need help

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Dave Newman

04-08-2007 08:35:36

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Have a cub 154 SN 035801

Trans. is not working in 1st or rev. pulled the trans. cover. the little gear on the upper shaft is stripped clean. can I fix it in the tractor?

where to get a shaft/gear?

is it easier to change the whole trans?

any used ones for sale?

any info is appreciated.

Dave Newman

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Dave Newman

04-08-2007 16:06:33

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 Re: Cub 154- trans. not working in Rev./1st- need in reply to evilboweviel, 04-08-2007 15:24:51  

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Darren in TN

04-08-2007 14:20:20

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 Re: Cub 154- trans. not working in Rev./1st- need in reply to Dave Newman, 04-08-2007 08:35:36  

You ought to go post this in the 'Garden Tractors' forum, too. You may get more answers that way.

My best guess is that you'll have to split the tractor to get at the shafts, but that's just an uneducated guess.

Good luck,

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04-08-2007 12:55:36

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 Re: Cub 154- trans. not working in Rev./1st- need in reply to Dave Newman, 04-08-2007 08:35:36  
I would think that if the gear is "stripped clean" that there would be metal shavings in the lube oil and there would possibly be damage to the rest of the trans. It might be worth your while to replace the whole thing, so you don't have any problems with the shavings in other parts later on.

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Dave Newman

04-08-2007 13:18:18

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 Re: Cub 154- trans. not working in Rev./1st- need in reply to AlexLV, 04-08-2007 12:55:36  
There is quite a bit of metal in the case

can I replace th shafts.gears without removing the trans? or do I need to splite the tractor and the rear axle?

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