Husqvarna YTA22V46 Transmission

ND0479

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I have a Husqvarna YTA22V46 mower with the RS800 transmission. It stopped moving, and I assumed it was the drive belt. Drive belt was frayed like crazy…no idea how it was still together, but then I decided to pull the back pulley / debris kit to clean it out and noticed the left side screw holes that hold it to the transmission have completely worn to nothing. See pic - green is what it’s supposed to look like and red is what it looks like.
Question is - is it possible to just pickup that piece of the casing of the transmission or is the whole thing shot because of two screw holes in a POS plastic transmission?
 

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The transmission sits under the mower frame and the axel ends are secured by the mounting bolts each side.
AFAIK the only purpose of the top bolt holes is to stop the whole transmission tilting forwards when tension is placed on the belt
It should be OK to use as is
In any case I do not think there is any practical way to repair that case .
The burning question is why it broke in the first place , they are a lo stronger than most would think so some thing had to have bee shot up there or wrapped around the pulley slashing at it for this to happen .
 

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Bert in this case you don't have a clue about this transaxle. Those mounting points hold the main drive pulley for the transaxle. Please DL the repair manual from GTI.

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The transaxle is beyond repair and must be replaced as GTI does not provide the plastic housing for this RS800.
 
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