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Belt Pulley for a VC

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Dalex

01-10-2015 20:43:08




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I bought a VC today , and it's in pretty nice condition . But the belt pulley is missing . Is that pulley the same as a VA series ? That would be easier to find !




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Dalex

01-11-2015 10:53:23




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 Re: Belt Pulley for a VC in reply to Dalex, 01-10-2015 20:43:08  
I should have mentioned that it has an aftermarket 3 pt. on it and it does have the little pump under the belt drive unit.Maybe it's from a VA if the V didn't have hyds. I'll try and get some pix posted , it looks pretty unique. The engine is seized from sitting , but the muffler was covered , And there was 3 gallons of water in the torque tube, The steering barely moves from the gears sitting in water so the fun has just started.

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Christopher Mikesell

01-11-2015 12:16:01




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 Re: Belt Pulley for a VC in reply to Dalex, 01-11-2015 10:53:23  
The pulleys on the V-series were cast iron, and the pulleys on the Va-series were stamped sheet metal. Both pulleys interchange. In fact, the same pulley unit (housing, bearings, and shaft) was used on the V-series, the Va-series without hydraulics, and the Va-series with the eagle hitch.
Interestingly, the V-series did come with high pressure internal hydraulics (in the rear of the transmission and not live), and you could add a pump/belt pulley unit from a Va-series to have an additional hydraulic system. Both of these systems are non-live, high pressure, and very low volume units which are not too useful for anything other than lifting the original mounted implements.

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john achmann

01-11-2015 08:49:23




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 Re: Belt Pulley for a VC in reply to Dalex, 01-10-2015 20:43:08  
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The ones I have seen are different then a VA series. VC don't have the Hyd system on it and they have a cast pulley instead of a tin pulley. The VC can be disengaged also by removing the bolt I'm pointing at and sliding the inside housing out.



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Vcguy

01-11-2015 07:57:43




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 Re: Belt Pulley for a VC in reply to Dalex, 01-10-2015 20:43:08  
The VA belt pulley will work on a VC. I installed one on mine and it bolted right up and is functions properly. As far as where to find one, keep checking ebay, they come up every so often. Or someone may have one that reads this site. Good luck with your project, and keep us posted. Randy



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