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Re: Identifying Rotary Mower

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The gearbox is an Agmo S-45-312. Someone told me that Howse Implement uses Agmo on their machines. I contacted Howse and they told me it is a Howse model 60L - it is about 20 years old. I had 2 bearings fail, I bought two 6208 bearings but now I need the bigger gear. When one of the bearings failed a ball from it landed on the gear and chewed up the teeth. A friend at a machine shop said he could use a die grinder to smooth out the teeth but the machine will be very loud and he does not know how well the 2 gears at right angles to each other will mesh.

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 Re: Identifying Rotary Mower in reply to JohnM, 09-15-2010 07:58:19  
I had the same thing happen to my King Cutter rotary mower. It was cheaper to buy a new gear box. The price was around $200 if I remember correctly.

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 Re: Identifying Rotary Mower in reply to JohnM, 09-15-2010 07:58:19  
I'd price the gear vs a newbox vs a salvage box and se where you are at.. price all that vs a new or used hog..


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