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 10-17-2001, 18:07 Post: 32484
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Just got a new style axle under my tractor been waiting since june for it to arrive at the dealer will get to mower 1 time so will see if it tears up the sod when you turn. Had to look down when i turned the sterring wheel the first time i thought it wasn't turing. You know that you get accustom to the resistanes when you turn their was none. It was only to take 3 to 4 weeks to get the front axle but they kept putting me off. It was the after market manger that seem coudn't get it going i finnaly got tired of waiting so got his email and told him what i thought and gave them an ear full.Then he sent it to the factory rep. He saiid it was his error. I got it in a week after all of this.Sometimes you got to set a fire under them to get it done but you shouldn't have if they do their job. Thought let any one know that Warren






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 10-20-2001, 20:20 Post: 32564
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JD Deere needs to offer both styles of axles,I think the older style is a heavier looking unit and less slip in the axle,Turf tearing is not a problem to me,but I can see where it would be a problem for someone doing a lot of finish mowing.






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 10-21-2001, 11:18 Post: 32577
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Why have 2 style of axle when 1 will do it they probaly check it out for strength when they design it at least i hope they did.Which would be more cost to them to have inventory for 2 styles instead of 1 and they wold pass it along to us.I like to keep my $$$$$$$$$$$$$ don't you?
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 10-21-2001, 11:30 Post: 32578
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You are right about the $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ That is why I will keep my old style/loader type, heavy duty bullet proof axle.I bet I will never have an axle failure with it.






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