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    Gold Member eagle107's Avatar
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    Default Question about the X700 and 4WD System


    Just out of curiosity, who makes the 4WD steerable axle on the X700? Is it Tuff Torq or JD? I see that the X700 is using the Tuff Torq K92 Transaxle, so I was wondering if the steerable front 4WD axle was the Tuff Torq KXH13. By the way, how good are the transaxles made by Tuff Torq? Any major issues with them?

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    Default Re: Question about the X700 and 4WD System

    Since the front and rear axles are made to work together I would think tugg Torq produces both. My x749 has been flawless so far.

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    Default Re: Question about the X700 and 4WD System

    I do remember reading somewhere just recently that the front axle IS made by Tuff Torq.

    The drivetrain in the X700 series is as close to bulletproof as you will find in a garden tractor. It is an extremely tough system, even overbuilt I would say, which is not a bad thing at all!

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