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Imperial problems the jack shaft has worn an oval hole in the frame and causes the drive gear to not fully engage the axle geat and it loses traction etc. There is no bearing there other than the gear bearing on the jack shaft which seem worn but not real bad. I am tempted to weld the jack shaft tight in the oval hole it has worn in the frame but I am afraid that the gear bearing may be affected since it is so close. any thoughts?

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