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    1026R Transmission Housing

    Woke up this morning to a slow leak coming from the transmission, upon inspection discovered a puncture in the bottom of the transmission housing. Pretty sure I scraped a rock as can see a gouge in the housing with a slow drip of fluid. Trying to determine if the bottom of transmission housing is a separate piece that is bolted on or if it is part of the entire casting for the transmission. Not quite able to determine from the schematics I am finding on line, thinking the worst hoping for the best.

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    The housing itself is one piece as shown in #5 below. Is this the section that has the puncture?

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    Yes at the rear of housing, so it is all one piece, not good news.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    The housing itself is one piece as shown in #5 below. Is this the section that has the puncture?

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    Yes it is, guessing not good news...

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    OK. Are you insured thru Deere as part of the financing!?

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    We work alot of repairs for people thru Sentry insurance. You would be amazed on what they cover. Minus your deductible of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cb4trigger View Post
    Yes at the rear of housing, so it is all one piece, not good news.
    The part is around $1500 and I would expect labor to be at least that much.
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    Last center case replacement I did was due to a customer backing up to hook up trailer. Missed the ball and ran trailer hitch into the rear of the case. Punched a nice hole right in it. I think it was about 3300 bucks all said and done. Insurance picked up the tab minus the deductible.

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    Thanks for all the insight, no insurance, did not finance...

    Wondering if a good welder would be able to drop a bead on it and do the trick.

    Do you know the exact part number?
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    Does JB Weld work on aluminum?
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