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Old 09-10-2018, 11:47 AM
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If the brake was stuck..... how is it that the right wheel only would be stuck?

Because it wouldn't...... brake is on the hydro motor output shaft, before the differential. If the brake was stuck and you jacked it up, differential action would work, and the tires would rotate in the opposite direction. Both moving freely.

Problem is likely behind the wheel as Randy suggested. Likely a now seized bearing/bushing in the axle.
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If the brake was stuck..... how is it that the right wheel only would be stuck?

Because it wouldn't......
Who said you could get up from your time out?
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The timer went off daddy.
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If the brake was stuck..... how is it that the right wheel only would be stuck?

Because it wouldn't...... brake is on the hydro motor output shaft, before the differential. If the brake was stuck and you jacked it up, differential action would work, and the tires would rotate in the opposite direction. Both moving freely.

Problem is likely behind the wheel as Randy suggested. Likely a now seized bearing/bushing in the axle.
Your right Jon.. Do you think the shift fork could have jumped the gear and is not sliding the the gear set? Possibly jamming the gear? Not sure if technical term is shift fork in this case but thats what it looks like.
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Seeing as how there are no shift forks, or sliding gear sets in that trans, I'm going to say no.
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Seeing as how there are no shift forks, or sliding gear sets in that trans, I'm going to say no.
I must be looking at the wrong diff. The one I saw said was a ltx 1050
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