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Repair belt shaft

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01-11-2019 14:44:57

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I have a John Deere m 1950 and need advise on repair on belt pulley shaft. It leaks bad and shaft has a lot of play. It appairs the bearing and seal is shot. Where can l get parts? Thanks

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01-12-2019 15:57:23

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 Re: Repair belt shaft in reply to Iwalk, 01-11-2019 14:44:57  
thank you all for the great info!!!

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01-11-2019 19:54:50

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 Re: Repair belt shaft in reply to Iwalk, 01-11-2019 14:44:57  
You can download (for FREE) the parts catalog from the official DEERE sire (in .pdf format) at the link below.

The pulley parts breakdown is on .pdf Page 40.

The bearings and the seal are all still available from Deere, or, likely the numbers can be crossed to industry-standard numbers.

If the bearings are not damaged, just worn a little, it MAY be possible to remove a shim or two from the shim pack (Key #9) and snug things up.

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01-11-2019 17:09:30

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 Re: Repair belt shaft in reply to Iwalk, 01-11-2019 14:44:57  
Mother Deere. Bearings and seals can be cross referenced at any industrial supply or auto parts store.

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01-11-2019 16:01:47

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 Re: Repair belt shaft in reply to Iwalk, 01-11-2019 14:44:57  
This site has your parts.

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