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OK. Sorry that was a typo. And Steve and I decided that my ball bearings are fine but all other bearings are getting replaced. I'm going to try to track all of it Down tomorrow.

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OK. Sorry that was a typo. And Steve and I decided that my ball bearings are fine but all other bearings are getting replaced. I'm going to try to track all of it Down tomorrow.

 

 

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Thanks Bryan! Ill make sure to clean everything extra good! And hopefully I can get it all back together in a few days. I think all I'm getting from TORO is the trans gasket if I'm not mistaken.

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Zane, you will not need the B-108 needle bearing either...this one is in the end of the input shaft and the spline shaft sits in it.  It is usually OK.  So it is just 9 bearings and 4 seals. :)

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OK cool. And just to make sure all bearings and seals come from motion industries and the gasket comes from the brainiac down at TORO? :)

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Thank for all the info.  I am replacing all the seals on a 701 

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I'm pretty sure the 701s have the same trans as my 753. If so that part number is correct. Some of the vets will probably chime in on this. Good luck!

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Actually the 701 has a WH # 5007 transmission and Zane's horse has a WH # 5025...They are the same transmission internally...ie, the same gears, same bearings, same seals.  The only difference that I have found is the difference in the drain and check for fill plug...the 5007 has the same size plugs for drain and check...the 5025 has the check fill plug one size smaller.  Sometimes, it is something as small as that, that gives a transmission a different number. :)

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Steve knows what he's talking about! There's a lot of knowledge here. Good luck with your trans!

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