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Re: Ford 3 point finish mower bearings

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JD Seller

07-17-2013 15:30:02

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Old does it look like this one???

If it is this model I have one that I just replaced all the bearings and seals in. NH/Ford does not sell the bearings for the older spindle setup. IF yours has two nuts that are locked together to set the clearance on top of the pulley then it is the old style. NH/Ford wants to sell you a complete spindle assemble for $300 + each.
It is a strange setup the top seal runs on the spacer not the shaft.
The bearings are a metric dimension. The hole is 25 MM I do not remember the OD. I got them on Ebay for less than $50 for all six. The seals I had to order from Motion industries. They cost more than the bearings.
Email me if you can't find them. I can try to look up my bills to get you the numbers.

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07-17-2013 15:48:24

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 Re: Ford 3 point finish mower bearings in reply to JD Seller, 07-17-2013 15:30:02  
Not the one I have. The one I have has the gear box sitting up front and has a big pulley sitting under it. Almost set up 180 out from that one and is red with a white belt/pulley cover and has the Ford logo oval emblem on the guard cover

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