I had a 47 deck on my 214 and replaced the spindle bearings several times over the years. The snap ring in the bottom is only there to give the lover bearing it's proper location. You press the bearing-spacer-bearing stack in from the top, and then the speindle in from the bottom. If you remove snap ring first, you will have to press both bearings and spacer in between, along the spindle out as one unit. The easiest way is to remove the top nut from the spindle, then press the spindle down and out of the bearing spacer stack, then flip it over and press the bearings out, from the bottom, going out the top. LAst time my dealer as out of a full set of bearings, and I went to Motion Industries. The recommended an upgrade bearing for about $1 a piece more, and they lasted very well.
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