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Re: Need help with J.D. part #

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Mike Aylward

04-24-2013 17:14:56

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I did a fast check on both part numbers and they are both available. It did say the AH119770 sheave was a "deep groove". The six digit part number is a later number than the five digit part. While not unheard of it's pretty unusual for an older part to sub for a newer one unless it is application specific. Probably not the case here. The older part number was higher priced than the later one, somewhere around $375. The late one is around $250. Mike

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04-26-2013 04:04:03

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 Re: Need help with J.D. part # in reply to Mike Aylward, 04-24-2013 17:14:56  
Thanks for the info Mike but now I am really confused.I thought the 95486 was the newer number and the 119770 was the old one.Abilene Machine lists the 95486 and says it replaces the 119770 but why would Deere still list both pulleys if one replaces the other.Is there any way to search a J.D. casting number?The number on my old pulley is 98818 or 98816(the last number is kinda hard to make out).

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Mike Aylward

04-26-2013 06:35:13

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 Re: Need help with J.D. part # in reply to haley, 04-26-2013 04:04:03  
In Deere's parts system the more digits a part number has the later the part is. For instance, the first part number on an early D tractor was the main case which was "D1R". Later part numbers had more digits and that is still in place. Sometimes an earlier part number can be used on a later application, especially if it is found to provide better service. But the more digits, the later the part was introduced. Mike

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