Question about Craftsman Garden
Easiest way - remove the deck, then physically lift the front of the tractor up so it sits on it's tail end. Most Craftsman models will sit like this unsupported. In this position, the engine will not leak oil, and you can see what you're doing.
Disconnect brake at transaxle. Apply parking brake (now disconnected, but it will also release belt tension).
Disconnect shift lever at trans.
Remove 6 bolts (4 through half shaft bearing supports, 2 through brackets at front of trans)
Remove trans & fix.
Posted on Jul 17, 2010
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