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Old 01-12-2020, 04:54 PM
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I have a few of those combo pulleys.
Let me know what size yours is and I'll dig through my stash.
Will do it's hard to get good measurements due to how buggered up this thing is. But, here is what I came up with.
Small Pulley O.D. 3-9/16"
Large Pulley O.D. 5-3/4"
Outer Pulley Flange to Outer Pulley Flange 5-3/4"
Crank Bore 1"
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Old 01-13-2020, 11:29 AM
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I'll dig through some pars tomorrow and let you know.
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Old 01-13-2020, 07:53 PM
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Uh, no King Kong thoroughly destroyed this one. Getting it to run remotely true and balanced as in vibration free ain't happening without way more time than it's worth. New ones seem to run around $45 if I can pin down which one I need.
I have to say I've put alot of miles on ones that looked worse.
In the local Princess auto they have weld on sheet steel pulleys and a selection of hubs with common registers and diameters.
You have the hub, and you need some tin pulleys to weld onto it.
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Old 01-13-2020, 09:46 PM
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I'll dig through some pars tomorrow and let you know.
If you find 424 stamped on it. It's the right one Factory part # 756-0424 They made a change at some point and new # is 756-0631 it uses a separate spacer on the top side. I assume it would be marked 631
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Old 01-15-2020, 12:45 AM
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Ain't sure yet I have to figure out how to hang the Big Block chebbie off the back to run the hydraulic pump for the blower.
No problem to hang that BBC all ya need is a stick welder and some 1/8" steel and some coat hangers and a Lil super glue an duct tape...
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Old 01-15-2020, 09:35 AM
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No problem to hang that BBC all ya need is a stick welder and some 1/8" steel and some coat hangers and a Lil super glue an duct tape...
The 1/8" steel should be bed frames, also
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Old 01-15-2020, 09:55 AM
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Did Rob have the ones you needed?
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Old 01-29-2020, 07:09 PM
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Did Rob have the ones you needed?
It was pretty close on pulley size and spacing. But, the crank bore had like an 1/8" key built into it. The original crank pulley has a 1/4" key. He was going to root around some more in his resource pile. I found the serial # on the tractor and have narrowed it down to a 91 model year and have good part #s for everything just have to order them in. So progress is being made.
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Ordered a pile of odds and ends last night. Belts, washers, clamp in valve stems Etc. Ordered the pulley this afternoon. I have one rear tire leaking down fast will check it out and determine whether or not I need to order a tube for it as the tread is still pretty good. I suspect rotten valve stems. But, I need to check shit out. King kong the P.O. threw out all the drive belts so finding part #s was excellent in that I don't have to really work out widths and lengths especially for the variable drive belt. Heavy sigh of relief on that one the rest could be dialed in on with a chunk of rope. I have a limited number of weeks to rehabilitate this project before I run into a time crunch. I have weather to work around and one of the local excavators tagged us with an upcoming project. He has a house demo in a shit location that he figures is going to work out to about 30/30 yard rolloff boxes yup 900 fucking yards. He is an old timer and his estimates come in damn close. If I don't get much help from the valley I'm going to be busier than "A One Armed Paper Hanger" as Mom used to say
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