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|Al C.||I have a John Deere model x585 4X4 heavy duty garden tractor. For almost a month now I have been trying to find out the diameter and weight capacity of my tractor. I have spoken with my dealer and also made many long distance phone calls to john deere but no one can answer my simple questions. I did talk to the Tuff Torq company and found out that Kanzaki does make the front axle on my 585, but with all the trouble I am having getting information I don't even know if this is correct. Why is this a big secret? Does anyone know the answer to my question? or can you tell me who can I can contact to find out the answer to my questions? This started out as a simple question and now I will not stop to find out. Did John Deere make a mistake on this front axle? What is the big secret? Looking forward to some feeback on this issue.