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|Mark T||I have a JD LX186. It runs well but I notice fluid dripping from the rear axle. I have a feeling this is not good and probably need to correct the leak. If anyone has had a similar problem and can suggest a solution I would appreciate it greatly.
|bontai Joe||Where is it leaking from in the rear axle?
|Mark T||It seems to be leaking right in the middle where there is a bulge. I'm not sure what it's called on a tractor - u-joint? differential? transaxle? It seems to be oil coming out.
|bontai Joe||Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. Is it leaking at a seam between 2 pieces of metal that might need a new gasket? Or from a crack in the metal itself?