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John Achmann

05-13-2022 19:35:43




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Cleaning out my father in laws place. He nor his parents threw anything away. Found this box with the part inside. In what year do you think that part costed $17.90?




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shaun wallace

05-14-2022 09:26:23




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 Re: Check this out! in reply to John Achmann, 05-13-2022 19:35:43  
Appears to me that the splines are worn as the internal seem narrow compared to pic of other one.



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Dan in Ohio

05-14-2022 07:20:28




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 Re: Check this out! in reply to John Achmann, 05-13-2022 19:35:43  
My guess on the year is 1960.

Pictured above is the drive disk for a 60, they were made for 1952-1956, cannot imagine needing to replace one until the tractor was at least eight years old, maybe not but that is my guess.



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David from Kansas

05-14-2022 06:45:24




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 Re: Check this out! in reply to John Achmann, 05-13-2022 19:35:43  
1948



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MSD

05-14-2022 06:37:59




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 Re: Check this out! in reply to John Achmann, 05-13-2022 19:35:43  
Is it a new one or the old one put in the box for just in case someday? If new, what's the part number for it and is it for sale?



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matthies

05-14-2022 07:16:07




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 Re: Check this out! in reply to MSD, 05-14-2022 06:37:59  
Looks like a used one as you can see the mark from the washer that holds it on. Found one in a box 15 years ago at my wife's great uncle place. But it was new and fit my 41 A.



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8850dave

05-14-2022 03:30:35




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 Re: Check this out! in reply to John Achmann, 05-13-2022 19:35:43  
1956



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