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A fan shaft HELP

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07-11-2001 17:01:06

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I needed a double pulley on the fan assembly so I could put a generator on a Farmall "A". I found one I took off a "B". It has the oil slinger on it. My book "IH Shop Manuel # IH-8" says it was used on the Cubs and Super "C". Any way, the manuel shows the slinger going one way. I put it on that way. She done went and froze up on me. How does that thing supposed to work? The flow of the oil looks like it needs to go the other way. How much end play should the shaft have? I find no way to decrease it. I have about 1/8 inch play. Hope someone can give me some relief. Thanks
a million. Later

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Andy Martin

07-11-2001 18:59:37

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 Re: A fan shaft HELP in reply to Norman, 07-11-2001 17:01:06  
The easy fix is to take the assembly to a machine shop and have them put two sealed ball bearings in it. It is an easy job and pretty cheap ($50) and will last a long time. It also takes the extra load from a tight generator belt which ruins a lot of the originals.

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07-11-2001 19:41:01

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 Re: Re: A fan shaft HELP in reply to Andy Martin, 07-11-2001 18:59:37  
Andy, Thanks for the come back. Guess it,s time to crank up the lathe in the morning. I can see that would be much better. The other day I posted a question about the hole in the exhaust manifold and Stan said he plugged his. I'm going to do the same thing. After spending umteen dollars for NAPA paint and to have that thing pee pee all over the engine is hard to take. Later

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