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Hi Guys, Have a Murray ride-on with both rear axle seals leaking oil. Date 0634. Model 38702X20B. Type 12ic/38. Parklands s/no 2531. Peerless transmission ident tag reads,,930012 Peerless 40473516. Need info on how to replace the axle seals (plus maybe the bearings). An exploded diagram with parts listing would be most helpful as well as the grade of oil used. Your assistance is greatly appreciated. Thanks,Ted

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  • ejhanns Jul 18, 2009

    Thanks for your help. Just where under murray riding mower.com does one look ?? Regards Ted

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You can fine this information on the internet under murray riding mower.com in most cast
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