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Joe Scribner

03-04-2013 18:57:14

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That's a belt drive pulley. We used one for driving our cordwood saw but they can be used for anything that drives off of a belt like a corn grinder etc..

I've been looking for one for my 54 TE-A20 for a while now. I think it'll also fit a Ford N series.

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03-05-2013 04:44:40

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 Re: Samn40 or other experts in reply to Joe Scribner, 03-04-2013 18:57:14  
No offence Joe , but to drive a grinder with this pulley it would need a shaft and pulley to run either over the top or underneath this pulley. As to run it the conventional way you would need to take the wheel off the tractor and then you couldn't tighten the belt unless by moving the grinder. Normal pulleys worked through a 90 degree gearbox . Sam

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Joe Scribner

03-05-2013 20:14:43

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 Re: Samn40 or other experts in reply to samn40, 03-05-2013 04:44:40  
No offense taken, but this pulley looks identical to the one on my granddads N tractor and the old 3pt cordwood saw. The gearbox was on the saw.

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03-06-2013 00:38:33

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 Re: Samn40 or other experts in reply to Joe Scribner, 03-05-2013 20:14:43  
How did the belt tighten, Joe? Did the shaft and pulley for the saw run above, below or to the side of the tractor pulley?. See... if the saw was 3 point mounted the belt would only run straight when in one position(possibly sitting on the ground?) and would then throw off the pulleys when raised. The normal cordwood saw with the gearbox on the tractor did slacken the belt when raised but both pulleys were still in line when lowered again. This pulley does look to be Ferguson or possibly Sherman? It has the same mount as the PTO extension but it does have a spline and nut arrangement to keep the pulley on, not the 6 spline shaft of the PTO extension. Sam Sam

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