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SC Belt Pulley Endplay

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mark sergent

04-06-2006 19:20:33

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Finally got the old girl running and noticed some bearing noise at the belt pulley shaft. I have probally an 1/8th inch of end play on the shaft.

Owners manual say no end play so am I courting disaster any time soon with the right angle gears on the belt pulley and clutch shaft? The bearings have a water mark where the rollers have set on the race. I plan to replace the bearings and races soon but can I shake out the other buggs without hurting anything.

How are the roller bearings on the ends of the belt pulley shaft removed? Can this be done with the shaft still in the case? Or am I going to get to learn how to go in from the transmission top?

Any advice will be helpful. Thank You.

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Walt Davies

04-06-2006 22:32:29

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 Re: SC Belt Pulley Endplay in reply to mark sergent, 04-06-2006 19:20:33  
Looks like you are going to get areal good lesson in transmissions. I would take care of the problem now as it may be more than just the Pulley bearings that need to be adjusted. I am not sure but if you can remove the pulley without opening up the top of the tranny then you may just be able to add shims or what ever it takes to remove the end play. You should get a service manual on the tractor before going to far just in case. It may require special adjustments that you will get from the manual. I wouldn't touch anything like a tranny without a manual as they are quite touchy about the setup specs.

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