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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?

1026_xmission.jpg

Below you can see the same assy shown from the bottom and rotated 180-degrees.

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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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Does JB Weld work on aluminum? :dunno:
 

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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?
Would definitely try a good aluminum welder if it's just a seeping gouge or even as Levi suggested JB Weld.
You got nothing to lose and a bunch of bucks to save.

Have seen some great repair work done with aluminum welding on lower units of outboards.
 

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Just went out to garage and looked under hood and etc for S/N, no luck...

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I thought it was on the front of the frame, on the right side, just behind the right/front tire.

Here is the diagram and part number listing...

1026_xmission.jpg

CartkeyPART NO.PART NAMEQTY SERIAL NO.REMARKS

5LVU21471Housing1-106537
LVU29799Housing1106538-
 

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This will be your biggest problem trying to fix this with JB Weld. Seeing the damage is on the bottom of your trans fluid will continue to leak out. This will keep any type of glue from sticking to the case.
 

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Just went out to garage and looked under hood and etc for S/N, no luck...

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Maybe this will help. Straight from the manual.

Record Identification Numbers [h=4]Compact Utility Tractor[/h]1023E PIN (010001-)
1026R PIN (010001-)
If you need to contact an Authorized Service Center for information on servicing, always provide the product model and identification numbers.
You will need to locate the identifications numbers for the product. Record the information in the spaces provided below.
DATE OF PURCHASE:
_________________________________________
DEALER NAME:
_________________________________________
DEALER PHONE:
_________________________________________

MX46292
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (A):
__ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __

MX46293
ENGINE SERIAL NUMBER (B):
 
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