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 12-06-2006, 14:50 Post: 137670
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Looking for a front axel for my 1998 Cub tractor model 7305.






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 12-06-2006, 16:01 Post: 137675
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Did you get hit by a car or truck?






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 12-06-2006, 17:36 Post: 137680
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Didn't hit anything. The right front wheel hub keeps going through wheel bearings. I think the enter/outer hub is worn and is very costly for a new one. I was hoping to find a used axel cheaper.






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 12-06-2006, 17:44 Post: 137681
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That tractor is still quite new and has lots of years left it it. Doubt if many will be parting out a tractor of that era unless it has major damage like a fire, flood, etc.






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 12-06-2006, 19:27 Post: 137684
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How many hours does it have? Why just the right front hub? does it run in water often? Do you scrub a curb with it? You say you've replaced them before, were they short of lubrication? Were they totally shot when you took it apart or could you see the wear pattern to see if it was right? When installing did the parts go together easily? All things being normal, something was machined wrong and needs to be corrected. That would be the cheapest repair and not leave you with a lot of extra parts laying around that you don't need.






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 12-06-2006, 19:33 Post: 137685
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I never had it in water or have been really hard on it. I think the OEM hub was bad from the start. This last repair has lasted the longest but I had the local auto parts store find a replacement for the bearings. The OEM bearings would wear out quicker. I keep the tractor serviced more often than required so the lube is not a problem. I'm really getting frustrated with it. I will never own another cub. It takes forever to get parts and they are usually twice the cost. Can't wait for the day when I can afford a better tractor. Until then I'm stuck trying to keep this one together.






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 12-07-2006, 09:08 Post: 137703
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My 7275 is a few years older than yours but basically the same tractor. Mine has about 750 hours on it without any major trouble. I love mine. Parts maybe high but check out the cost of Deere components.






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 12-28-2006, 14:54 Post: 138383
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Just a thought from my former tractor a 7274 had front axle rebuilt twice within 3 months- seems the factory/parts ctr sent 1/2 of the wrong parts even tho they fit and things turned (the authorized repair shop even didn't catch the error) until it barfed the second time. Left wheel bearing,diff internal pieces parts, gear -carrier(major wrong part). Parts may look and say interchangeable,be very wary and try to keep exact match parts. If the bearing keeps wearing -could spindle be bent? even slightly, or tire size correcet ? rim running true? wish ya the best.






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