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Hello, I would like to know what model of gearbox is my Wheel Horse 702, is there a manual with the cutting?

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702....7 hp Kohler....not sure on the 0, but the 2 is 1962.

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5025 gear box.

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Is there a manual with the parts list for this gearbox? Thanks

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Carlos:   702 Manual is right here on Red Square:

 

I am in the process of rebuilding a 702  right now !

 

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OThanks Lane, ohhhhh very nice I also have my 702 completely dismantled, I'm going to repair the gearbox and start riding, you have to see how small these tractors are and how much work they have

As soon as I have time I will continue to put photos of my restoration in the section "restorations" a greeting from Spain.
By the way is there an economic distributor for the replacement of bearings and seals for the gearbox of the 702?
Thanks from Spain

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check out this link Carlos...you want PDF #2.  :)

Also, check out this thread.  :)

 

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I saw it Stevasaurus thank you very much,I also saw a video of you explaining the repair step by step, thanks

I have one more doubt, my gearbox is a 5025, all are the same or being the same change can vary the diameter of the axles?

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No.  If I am understanding your question...if you have a case that has 1" axles, then you need to have 1" axles in it.  1 1/8" axles are not an option.  I believe the opposite is true also.

   I'm sure some body will come up with a way to do it, but it would require more then it is worth.  Just get a different trans if you want the 1 1/8" axles.

  I'm thinking if you want new bearings and seals for that #5025 transmission, send a PM to @wheelhorseman...he is a vendor here on Red Square.

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