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    Default John Deere X300 tranny- K46 BR

    Greetings all
    Have this riding mower and after 400 hrs of use power is lost after about 30 mins of use. Have cut many acreages
    so it has been taxed for sure. Told it is a SEALED tranny so no access and have to replace. it.- $1100 for new one.
    Any way of overhauling or rebuilding it? Parts from whom? Hate to have to buy new.
    Thanks for the help all
    Brian

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    Default Re: John Deere X300 tranny- K46 BR

    See this thread below with all the details. Glad my mower is not Green.

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/p...-pictures.html

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    Default Re: John Deere X300 tranny- K46 BR

    To TBN See above.
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    Default Re: John Deere X300 tranny- K46 BR

    Quote Originally Posted by David_Kb7uns View Post
    See this thread below with all the details. Glad my mower is not Green.

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/p...-pictures.html

    David Kb7uns
    Thank You- I did read these posts prior to my posting. My thought on these were that there are many types of K46 trannys. Mine is a K46 BR- which is a sealed unit. Not sure the tranny in the L series is the same. Not sure if one can get into a sealed unit let alone sew it up again after parts are replaced.
    Appreciate your feedback
    Brian

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    Default Re: John Deere X300 tranny- K46 BR

    Quote Originally Posted by murphy1244 View Post
    To TBN See above.
    not sure what that means

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    Default Re: John Deere X300 tranny- K46 BR

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian V View Post
    not sure what that means
    It's ok..........he confuses the rest of us most of the time also.(but in this instance.....he meant the post previous to his).
    Don

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