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Re: Re: 1980 Kabota L245DT

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Posted by needit on September 08, 2002 at 19:37:29 from (

In Reply to: Re: 1980 Kabota L245DT posted by LANCE on September 06, 2002 at 18:49:30:

hello back at you Lance. I'm in western Mich. Yes' i was talking about the right front indeed. I believe the left front drive to be ok. The 2 housings are damaged but they can be reworked. The bevel gear housing gasket area needs work (welded and then machined)and the axle housing is slightly worn (needs less work). Finding the right people to do it for the right price vs. replacing them with new or used parts is my next dilemma. What area do you live at and what do you have (year,model,condition,etc.)regarding these parts? Thanks for responding to my post! ~~~~~ Mike

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