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IH27V mower

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01-11-2018 15:51:49

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I need to get the driven belt pulley off to replace the wrist pin stud that holds the pitman arm on. The pulley is a full circle counter-balanced pulley unlike the one shown in my book that has a flat part. The shaft end shows through along with the end of the tapered key. Spaced around the shaft end are 3 holes that are filled with what looks like the ends of 3 bolts or smooth pins. There are no set screws in it anywhere. If I need to take apart the lower housing with the bearings and oil seal it, how do I do that? My book is the setting up instructions with parts list that shows the parts but not how to do it. Any help with know-how or parts sources would be good as I have not been able to locate the wrist pin or the entire pulley assembly. It has been in the family for 50 years or so and am looking to fix it up for my son to use but have never had to work on it much. Thanks.

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01-11-2018 20:23:00

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 Re: IH27V mower in reply to 4HFarms, 01-11-2018 15:51:49  
It is a real bit to get off. I finally got mine off with a BIG (3 foot tall) 2 jaw puller and some heat. They are pressed on and that is about the only way I found to get it off. Good luck!

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