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Kewanee disc parts

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03-05-2005 10:43:45

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I am looking for bearings for my 7ft kewanee disc. This disc was probably made back in the 50's or early 60's. The part number on the bearing is 10703. The housing number is 10701. I was wondering where to get these or if anybody had some they would like to sell. Thanks for any and all info.

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03-11-2005 18:32:20

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 Re: Kewanee disc parts in reply to Chrisfromsolitude, 03-05-2005 10:43:45  
Find a Bush Hog dealer. Last I knew Bush Hog had the Kewanee parts business.

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03-05-2005 12:47:23

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 Re: Kewanee disc parts in reply to Chrisfromsolitude, 03-05-2005 10:43:45  
I had to replace 3 bearings on my Kewanee 12" disc with 1-18" square shaft this past month. Had our local JD dealer order them from his source, cost was $208.00 each with rubber seals. Getting the old bearings off was another story in itself.

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03-05-2005 18:03:50

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 Re: Kewanee disc parts in reply to ags1, 03-05-2005 12:47:23  
yours would have been a seeled greasless type bearing, if his is that age then it would have been a grease type with no rubber seals but they did make a newer version of that size that took the same bearings as yours, would it have the built in crank jack to control the depth, if so then it is the older version, the newer version uses a pin only for depth control, the early version you did not need to have a cylinder on to lift, just turn crank

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03-05-2005 18:45:33

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 Re: Kewanee disc parts in reply to Leroy, 03-05-2005 18:03:50  
Mine does have the crank jack to set the hitch hieght. It has a hydraulic cylinder to lift it too. Is this the older one or the newer one? Do you know about what years they made this thing? Any other info would be appreciated too. The only thing thats missing is a ser. number tag and the broken bearing. Thanks.

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03-06-2005 07:10:18

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 Re: Kewanee disc parts in reply to chrisfromsolitude, 03-05-2005 18:45:33  
I don't think yours carrird a model number and they never had serial no tags, it would be the early version. The crank I am talking about is not on the toung, all versions had that for leveling, the crank I am talking about is toward the rear of the disk and large and long. It is what you set the depth with if you are using a cylinder in the float position and you can without a cylinder mounted raise the disc from working position to transport position and use it that way behind a tractor with no hydrolics or behind horses and that model brings verry good money in Amish areas for use with their horses as they are a short coupled easy to turn and easy to pull disc, I have a parts list around for the newer discs if I could find it but cannot remember the model no but if it has a roller bearing in then it is the newer model, they also had the non roller bearing avaible also, the roller bearing had a zerk on but you only put in a couple of shots once a season but the older bearing you greased till it came out the side of the bearing two or three times a day taking a full grease tube each time, The newer models of what I have seen were all 10' or larger altho they did made a smaller version, the newer models had a channel Iron frame completly around but the older ones didn't. it has been several years since I sold mine that was a 13' newer version and the bearings were held on with the u bolts

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03-06-2005 07:16:14

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 Re: Kewanee disc parts in reply to Leroy, 03-06-2005 07:10:18  
I forget to mention that the seeled roller bearings are 2 bearings wide in a unit that contains the housing and bearings all in one unit and you have to buy that as a hole unit, that fastens to the bracket and the spacer by the bearing on the shaft is 2 parts that set against the sides of the bearing

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03-06-2005 07:31:16

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 Re: Kewanee disc parts in reply to Leroy, 03-06-2005 07:16:14  
My bearings are the ones you have to grease two or three times a day. They consist of of an upper and lower housing and a ribbed spool as the bearing. The spool is 1 peice and it goes from blade to blade. Do you know where to get them? I went to John Deere and they had some like it but they were too small. Thanks for the help guys.

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03-06-2005 07:45:29

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 Re: Kewanee disc parts in reply to Chrisfromsolitude, 03-06-2005 07:31:16  
Try AGCO as it think they may have taken them over but if you check the archives I think there is something in there on who actually has them. You might check Agri Supply at 1-800-345-0169 as they have some lised in catlog for other makes that may be modifiable. I have never delt with them so cannot vouch for them

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03-06-2005 17:35:51

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 Re: Kewanee disc parts in reply to Leroy, 03-06-2005 07:45:29  
Thanks for advice. I will see what I can find out. Thanks again and have a nice day.

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03-06-2005 06:24:48

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 Re: Kewanee disc parts in reply to chrisfromsolitude, 03-05-2005 18:45:33  
chris i think your is like mine which is a 400 or 500 series i think. . i havnt messed with my bearings for a few years . was real popular around here till everyone caught the bigger is better bug.. i believe the bearing is held on by a U clamp and the split roll pins.

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