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The 2210's and early 2305's had a deficient aluminum hydrostatic transmission housing. It was eventually beefed up to prevent internal damage that allowed a shaft to breakout an internal boss. This was fairly common especially when using rear PTO mounted attachments.

I'd say if you like the machine and everything else is up to snuff, get it repaired. It's probably a relatively minor internal problem that can be easily repaired. Even if it costs a few thousand dollars to repair you'll still be way ahead. If you buy new you're still going to have to foam fill the tires and that's going to add another $800-$1000 to your net purchase. On the other hand new iron is pretty exciting stuff!!

Good luck!

Frank
 
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