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Re: WD Belt Pulley Disasembly

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JMS/MN

03-11-2003 10:44:33




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Isn't there a large nut on the outboard (pulley) end of the shaft? I would assume that after removing that, the rest would dissamble. If there is a zerk on that end, is there a pressure-fit cap to remove, with a nut behind? Perhaps I'm picturing the earlier ones, on the WC. I have some of each, including the one with the narrow v-belt pulley to run a mower.




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Charley

03-10-2004 05:52:14




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 Re: Re: WD Belt Pulley Disasembly in reply to JMS/MN, 03-11-2003 10:44:33  
I was searching the archives and I saw your message about a WC belt pulley. You mentioned one with a V belt pulley for running a mower. I have a unit an old friend gave me and he said it was for a WC. It has a V pulley on the outer end and a lever for shifting it in and out of gear. What were these used for? Are they worth anything?I don't have a WC. Any information would be appreciated.



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David Maddux

03-11-2003 17:45:08




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 Re: Re: WD Belt Pulley Disasembly in reply to JMS/MN, 03-11-2003 10:44:33  
Yes, take that nut off and pull the pully off of the shaft. Then you will see a snap ring, take it off and then you can press or drive it out. Just a suggestion, The one that was handed to me that belonged to my grandfather's tractor had not been on in years. From setting around in the barn, it had became froze up from dirt and dust and probably some rust. What I did was clean it real good and soaked it with penetrating oil, and I got mine freed up before I took it apart. Still wanted to put in a new seal.

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JJ

03-12-2003 05:21:16




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 Re: Re: Re: WD Belt Pulley Disasembly in reply to David Maddux, 03-11-2003 17:45:08  
Yes; this just like the WC,WD pulley. Yes the pulley comes off the shaft. I have been soaking the shaft in oil for somew time it has the bearing pretty froze up. Just wonding if the assembly needs to be pressed out of the tube? I just want to clean it up and put new bearings in it and a grease seal to use it. Just womdering if anyone here has taken one apart that far before?



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Leon in MN.

03-12-2003 18:34:12




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: WD Belt Pulley Disasembly in reply to JJ, 03-12-2003 05:21:16  
Yes, I took mine completely apart last year and put in new bearings and seals all for just under $50. You will first have to get a puller and take off the nut, then pulley, then a large snap ring around the inside of the tube on the gear end. (In that notched part of the tube.) Make sure it is well lubed (soaked)preferably a few days before you have to either press or carefully drive the shaft out in the direction of the gear end. There will probably be a lot of rust and gunk in the tube between the two bearings. Put it back together in the reverse order making sure the bearings are fully seated in order to get the large snap ring back in place. There is an exploded view in the book. Hope this helps you. Leon in Mn.

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JJ

03-13-2003 11:30:09




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: WD Belt Pulley Disasembly in reply to Leon in MN., 03-12-2003 18:34:12  
Thanks Leon; I am still soaking the shaft in oil. I thought I was going about it correctly. Just thought I would ask to make sure.....



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