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Model 200013 drive axel moves to the right to far, causing axel to destroy inside of drive wheel. what causes this condition??

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There are e clips that hold the transmission in place. They go in a specific order to make it work correctly. I have included a link that will show the correct placement for the e clips and spacer rings. I might mention that this is an hour long job when you know how to do it. So be ready for it to be time consuming. Alternately you can take it to a Toro repair shop. The second link is to a dealer finder, to show you where the closest dealer is to your. I hope this helps. http://www.partstree.com/parts/?lc=toro_consumer&mn=20013%2C+22%22+Recycler+Lawnmower%2C+2003+%28SN+230000001-230999999%29&dn=3350_221-369176-0006
http://www.toro.com/locator/index.html You will need to click on the link that says homeowner.

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