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I'm new here and would appreciate any help. I have an old mule 1000 with bad engine. I'm told the engine and transmission share same lubricating system. True? If so, I should be able to remove engine only.  I'd like to install a different one and use same cent clutch and original transmission/dirrential. Any help or info would be great. Thanks!

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