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Q: Does your Spicer 4360-149 bolt up the same way the Spicer 4360-140? I'm curious if the two units are interchangable.
A: The should be quite similar but we don't have any details on models different from the one we have.
Q: Your information states: "The input shaft must be in front of the axles."Am I misunderstanding something here? The input shaft is located on top. Help me understand what this means.
A: Yes the shaft faces up but this statement is referring to the location of it compared to the axle. On some rear engine machines the whole transaxle is turned 180 degrees so the input shaft is behind the axle.
Q: does the trans axle use gear oil or is it a sealed unit ? and if so what kind of oil would it take
A: It is a sealed unit. Should not require any additional lubricant.
Q: Does it have steel gears or brass
A: Sorry but no additional information is available on this unit.
Q: I am looking for a 4360-148 do you carry this? Or Is the 4360-149 a replacement for it?Thanks
A: This is one and the item 13-1490 (4360-209) are the only models we have. Unable to tell you what the differences might be.
Q: CAN YOU SUPPLY THE SPICER OE # FOR THIS UNIT
A: The Spicer model is 4360-149.
Q: Do you have an application list for this unit or can you tell if it crosses to a John Deere AM134770 transaxle?
A: Original application was in JD L100 rider. Part # AM131576. Could be used for many other similar applications.