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 Locking a Peerless 1200

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TedTheDestroyer
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PostSubject: Locking a Peerless 1200   Sun Oct 08, 2017 12:22 am

I haven't been on in a while but the other day I got the sears out and when I put it back in the garage, the tranny was leaking fluid out the axle end. Since I'm going to have to replace the axle seals (does anybody know where to get the part #) on it, I might as well lock it while I'm at it. So, this will be a thread on how to (or how not to) lock a Peerless 1200. It might take a while with school going on.
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PostSubject: Re: Locking a Peerless 1200   Sun Oct 08, 2017 12:44 am

You could do the fozzy locker method(weld the spaces in between the gears), or the Doc Locker 820. Peerless 820, 1200, and 2300 and many other models share the same differential, so the Doc locker 820 method will work for your transaxle.

Doc Locker 820 video


Link to Peerless transaxle manual here
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PostSubject: Re: Locking a Peerless 1200   Wed Nov 01, 2017 10:56 pm

So after some research it appears it may be a peerless 1700, not a 1200 based off of how the axles supports are attached.
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