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Re: Ford LGT100

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Indiana Ken

06-01-2013 15:05:39

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I have a similar tractor(s) and those pulleys are typically a "flat" pulley with a ball bearing hub and available at tractor supply. You will also need the adaptor bushing which fits in the center bearing for use with a 3/8 diameter bolt. This of course assumes you have the old pulley or can guess what size you need. I have also bought many parts from the local New Holland dealer for these old tractors.

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Patrick Klise

06-01-2013 18:30:37

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 Re: Ford LGT100 in reply to Indiana Ken, 06-01-2013 15:05:39  
Thanks Ken...I have both a Northern Tool and a Tractor Supply near by---and a Ford/New Holland
dealer not too far away. Do you know--or can you look--are both pulleys the same size? I never really noticed when I was putting the v-belt on.
I have the one the left side (as facing the front of the tractor) and if they"re the same I can simply take that one off and match it. Thanks for your help. Pat Klise

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Indiana Ken

06-03-2013 18:22:46

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 Re: Ford LGT100 in reply to Patrick Klise, 06-01-2013 18:30:37  
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After I posted my reply tonight I got curious since you mentioned two pulleys and re-read your posts. Is the idler pulley you lost part of the mower deck or part of the mule drive? The mule drive pulleys are v-belt pulleys not flat pulleys, one is fixed and one has a spring to tension the belt.

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