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WC Belt Pulley

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charley

05-08-2004 05:18:29




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I have a hub which I believe is for a belt pulley on a WC Allis. It has a shift linkage on it and the fellow I got it from said he thought it allowed you to throw the belt pulley into neutral. Anyone know anything about one of these?




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Joe M

05-08-2004 08:09:49




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 Re: WC Belt Pulley in reply to charley, 05-08-2004 05:18:29  
There was an aftermarket one that had a lever that came up to the steering wheel area that would move the belt tube in and out to shut it off with out getting off the seat. You will see them on EBAY every once in a while



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Brad MI

05-08-2004 05:59:49




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 Re: WC Belt Pulley in reply to charley, 05-08-2004 05:18:29  
The belt pulley on the WD/WF/WD/WD45 is disengauged by taking out the retaining bolt and pulling the pully and drive out about an inch or so untill the bolt lines up with a groove in the drive. The PTO on a WC is driven by a gear drive which mounts on the bottom of the transmission, and it has a control rod that comes up by the right foot rest. HTH



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Roger

05-08-2004 17:58:39




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 Re: Re: WC Belt Pulley in reply to Brad MI, 05-08-2004 05:59:49  
Brad My 42 WC and my 39 WC the belt pulley is just like the WD and WD 45. turn bolt and slide out align arrows. I have the linkage he is talking about that lets you engage and disengage the belt pulley from the seat mtd on the 42. Roger



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