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John Deere a belt pulley tab

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mikewood869

05-09-2020 09:52:13




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On a 1951 belt pulley, are those cast iron or steel? We re getting ready to rewield the tab in and it s easy to clean.




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mikewood869

05-10-2020 07:39:37




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 Re: John Deere a belt pulley tab in reply to mikewood869, 05-09-2020 09:52:13  
I think we tightened everything up too tight maybe? When getting ready to pull out of a bar way it stopped and locked up and after pulling the pulley we found the tab broke and here is the wield job.




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Mike M

05-09-2020 15:13:24




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 Re: John Deere a belt pulley tab in reply to mikewood869, 05-09-2020 09:52:13  
So how did that happen ? Loose Clutch driver letting the pulley go too far back onto tractor ? Looks like the operating sleeve and pin are getting loose too. Might want to tighten that up too. I'd really look for a good used pulley though.



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Mike(NEOhio)

05-09-2020 13:19:36




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 Re: John Deere a belt pulley tab in reply to mikewood869, 05-09-2020 09:52:13  
Cast iron.



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wore out

05-09-2020 10:52:04




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 Re: John Deere a belt pulley tab in reply to mikewood869, 05-09-2020 09:52:13  
Cast iron, for sure.



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