Aluminum 3 speed rear question

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Aluminum 3 speed rear question

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I just bought a cub 582 with an all aluminum 3 speed manual rear and was wondering if this rear would be any good for pulling and also what is the approximate value of a rear like this Thanks Ricky

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It would probably be ok for the stock classes. They are a pain to work on if you wanted to put in aftermarket gears though.
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Thanks for the reply I am familliar with the cast iron rears but had never seen an aluminum one I thought I had something valuable lol Thanks Ricky

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The axles and diff carrier are what the pullers want from them. They are the same from gear drives or hydro. The rest of the trans isn't of much value. You can probably sell the axles and carrier for $75 to $100 or maybe more if you put it on ebay. If you piece it out like that I would be interested in the pinion.
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Ok that will probably be what I will do is part it out I will let you know when I get it apart Thanks for the help and info Ricky

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Farmallgray I got that pinon out if you are still interested in it Thanks Ricky

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