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roy prins

07-18-2009 19:58:53




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looking for a pulley for my la case -- need it to run the thrashing machine aug . 1 can any one help me out? thank you in advance




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Walterdavies

07-20-2009 09:03:46




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 Re: la case in reply to roy prins, 07-18-2009 19:58:53  
My book has the following.

Tractors prior to 4904771 -- 5728-A
After -- 5926 A

Walt



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Tom Railsback

07-20-2009 10:12:32




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 Re: la case in reply to Walterdavies, 07-20-2009 09:03:46  
5728A is the bolt on pulley; I have one in my spare parts but I'm not sure I want to sell it.
5926A is the resilent pulley.
What is weird is that my 1939 DC4 has a resilent pulley but both of my 1949 DC3's and my 1952 D have bolt on ones.
My 1940 DC3 has the old style like the C series.



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Walterdavies

07-20-2009 11:34:40




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 Re: la case in reply to Tom Railsback, 07-20-2009 10:12:32  
5728-A is the 13" pulley with the bolts.

5739-a is the 16" pulley
Walt

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caseman-d

07-19-2009 18:55:24




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 Re: la case in reply to roy prins, 07-18-2009 19:58:53  
Got any idea what part numbers that will fit. I have several different ones I have collected over the years.

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roy prins

07-20-2009 19:41:54




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 Re: la case in reply to caseman-d, 07-19-2009 18:55:24  
mine is a 4 bolt pulley-- do you have one? if so how much? thank you in advance!



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caseman-d

07-21-2009 20:51:25




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 Re: la case in reply to roy prins, 07-20-2009 19:41:54  
I checked the ones in the shed and 2 of them have part # 5590A on them, third one is for my Case L. I have some in another spot will try to check them out if your still looking.

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Tom Railsback

07-19-2009 20:26:34




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 Re: la case in reply to caseman-d, 07-19-2009 18:55:24  
I can't find my LA parts book right now, but the 2 that fit the D series are 5576A and 5590A. The one for an LA would be a different number.



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roy prins

07-19-2009 18:25:14




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 Re: la case in reply to roy prins, 07-18-2009 19:58:53  
mine is a bolt on



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Tom Railsback

07-19-2009 05:34:37




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 Re: la case in reply to roy prins, 07-18-2009 19:58:53  
There are 2 styles, bolt on and resilent; which one do you need? It might make finding one easier. I saw a resilent one listed on Ebay for $150.00 a couple weeks ago.



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Walterdavies

07-18-2009 21:39:35




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 Re: la case in reply to roy prins, 07-18-2009 19:58:53  
Darn hard to find they are pretty scarce item as most LA were shipped without them. getting one by Aug. 1st may be hard to do unless you just luck out.
Walt



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