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Re: dearborn pulley

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12-27-2012 19:02:45

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They are a very simple pulley.
But those snow plows are rather coveted items and parts will be just about impossible to find original.
Dou you know a good welder?
If you have most of the old pulley you could have him braze it back up. Not hard to puddle the brazing into the missing area then do a bit of grinding to reshape it close to original.
Use it that way forever or untill you find an original.
Also you could go to any bearing house and have them sell you a pair of similar belt pulleys.
Size not a real big deal. Within half inch dia would be fine. As long as they are the same size on both cables you are ok.

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12-28-2012 06:05:27

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 Re: dearborn pulley in reply to Ultradog MN, 12-27-2012 19:02:45  
I know of several machine shops that could turn one out that you could hardly tell the difference, you should have some there. And a good welder could fabricat enough of a piece and put in that would keep the cable from jumping off. I have the same blade but not yet put it on.

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12-27-2012 19:36:33

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 Re: dearborn pulley in reply to Ultradog MN, 12-27-2012 19:02:45  
thanks for the reply. the piece that is broken off/missing is about 3in. of the side of the sheeve. don't think you can build up a piece that big and have it hold up. I'm afraid to use a belt pulley,won't the cable jam up in it?

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12-28-2012 06:02:26

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 Re: dearborn pulley in reply to wrenchtech, 12-27-2012 19:36:33  
Why don't you take a piece of metal and cut it to fill in the broken out part and weld it in? If we had a picture we could be more helpful.


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12-27-2012 19:43:36

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 Re: dearborn pulley in reply to wrenchtech, 12-27-2012 19:36:33  
I have used belt pulleys to run cable in more then once. You need a pulley that is wide enough that the cable can run in the bottom and not hang up on the sides and that works just fine

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