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In Reply to: Re: John Deere Riding Lawn mower LA130 posted by Rhonda Bierer on Saturday, June 09, 2018:
A lot of the less expensive mowers, including john deere have a throw away drive axel, no mantainance can be done. They are factory filled and sealed, when they go bad, put in a new one. But you might check the drive belt, if its got lots of cracks, or sides worn down, it can slip, good luck.
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