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What is this for and why is it going so high?

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Zachary Hoyt

09-07-2011 17:25:21




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I had advertised this pulley on YT photo ads for $10 a few times, no takers. I put it on ebay, which is a new thing for me, and now it has been bid up over $80. Are these people crazy or is this thing really worth that much? Also, what is it for? it fits on a 1-1/8" Allis B PTO.
Zach

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oldtanker

09-08-2011 10:20:53




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 Re: What is this for and why is it going so high? in reply to Zachary Hoyt, 09-07-2011 17:25:21  
Zach....bragging????? I would if I tried to sell it for ten and over 100!

Rick



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Zachary Hoyt

09-08-2011 13:59:39




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 Re: What is this for and why is it going so high? in reply to oldtanker, 09-08-2011 10:20:53  
Not meaning to brag, just can't figure out why nobody wants it for 10 if it's worth that much, or else why they're bidding it up if it's only a $10 part that nobody wants. It's certainly a nice surprise, though.
Zach



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mtyount

09-07-2011 17:52:21




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 Re: What is this for and why is it going so high? in reply to Zachary Hoyt, 09-07-2011 17:25:21  
It's a fairly hard-to-find double pulley used on the #5 sickle mower that mounts on the B, C, and CA. Although I heard recently that you can still get them from AGCO.



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Eldon (WA)

09-07-2011 21:08:35




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 Re: What is this for and why is it going so high? in reply to mtyount, 09-07-2011 17:52:21  
I'm not sure that would fit on a C since they changed to the larger pto shaft when the CA replaced the C. I've never seen a C with the larger shaft, only the late B's.....of course someone could change the C housing/shaft with one from a late model B. I do have a pulley like that (with mower and belts) for sale if anyone is interested.



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Zachary Hoyt

09-07-2011 19:00:32




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 Re: What is this for and why is it going so high? in reply to mtyount, 09-07-2011 17:52:21  
Thanks, I appreciate the explanation. It's been quite a surprise. Zach



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