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Old 04-06-2013, 11:24 AM
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Peerless Tranny Question

I own a very old Lesco 48" Walk Behind that I purchased in '92. I'm Scottish and don't part with old equipment well. I need to replace the original Peerless 700-022, and it appears that the 700-013 or 700-023 both are substitutes. Does anyone have experience or an opinion on which would be the best replacement unit for that mower? The mower is used only for my home.
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Old 04-06-2013, 11:37 AM
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Make sure the spline count is correct. Meaning on the couplers they had to different counts.
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Old 04-06-2013, 06:14 PM
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I own a very old Lesco 48" Walk Behind that I purchased in '92.
The oldest Lesco in our fleet is a 93 which takes a 700- 079 which is a 5-speed with 9 spline transmission. Now as far as I know, as long as it is a 5 speed with 9 splines, it will match up, as long as your machine is a 5 spline jackshaft and coupler. I believe this is the same one that Exmark use. If you don't know which spline you have, you will have to take the jackshaft assembly off to check it.
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