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    Need Help John deere gator cx

    I need help. How do I get the nut off the back wheels? it is a circle nut am I missing something or is there a trick to it? Thank you
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    This is a parts breakdown from JD Parts.


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    To remove the rear wheel, item #6 needs to come off. It's just a cap to keep dust and debris out, you should be able to pry it free with a small chisel or pry bar. Once it's off you'll need to remove the clip, item #5. Deere calls it a snap ring, but the image looks like an "e clip". If it's a round snap ring with two little eyes close together, you will need a pair of snap ring pliers to remove it. If it's an e clip, take your chisel and a hammer and simply tap it straight off. While referred to as an e clip, it's actually C shaped. The open side of the C will expand and slide over the axle shaft, allowing it to come off.
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    Keep the e clip secure when it comes off, because it may end up in the next county.
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    after the e clip there is a round nut how can i get that off?


    This is a parts breakdown from JD Parts.


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    To remove the rear wheel, item #6 needs to come off. It's just a cap to keep dust and debris out, you should be able to pry it free with a small chisel or pry bar. Once it's off you'll need to remove the clip, item #5. Deere calls it a snap ring, but the image looks like an "e clip". If it's a round snap ring with two little eyes close together, you will need a pair of snap ring pliers to remove it. If it's an e clip, take your chisel and a hammer and simply tap it straight off. While referred to as an e clip, it's actually C shaped. The open side of the C will expand and slide over the axle shaft, allowing it to come off.[/QUOTE]
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    The front wheel has a bolt but the back doesn't, per my manual.
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    After the e clip, the next thing should just be a washer. I don't believe the axle is threaded for a nut. If you've got the machine blocked up with the wheel off the ground, you should be able to wiggle it and the washer should come loose. I believe the axle shaft of those connects to the rim with splines, they may be stuck. Penetrating oil might help.

    Can you post a picture of what you've got?
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    I will post pictures in a little while it's not letting me from my phone
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    Here are pictures

    I pretty much agree that its not a bolt but attach to the rim but how do I get the rim to come off the axle? I need to replace the seal. No matter how much Ive pulled on it, its not budging.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashbycreekfarms View Post
    I pretty much agree that its not a bolt but attach to the rim but how do I get the rim to come off the axle? I need to replace the seal. No matter how much Ive pulled on it, its not budging.
    When new I would imagine it would have slid right off. Penetrating oil of some kind now.
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    Yup, unfortunately it looks like it's just stuck now. PB Blaster, Liquid Wrench, or Kroil would be good to soak it in for a few days. You might be able to rig up some form of puller using those holes in the rim, but if it's too stuck that may bend the wheel.
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