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B207 Wheel bearings?

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mowerman1193
I need to put in new wheel bearing in the B207 I picked up the other day..The manual shows a type A part # 1601665 and a type B part # 1605947..What are the difference's in the two?And how do I find out what one I have?Maybe it will be self explained when I take out the old ones..But thought maybe someone here could tell me so I don't have a limp tractor sitting here blocking others in that I may need to use...Like to get the parts before I take them out..

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Killer_A-C
One has a notch cut on a 45 on the inside end and the other is cut strait off this is for you to grease easier. The early style is strait and they changed to the one cut on later models,Matt

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gregc
The type A bearing measures 1 1/2" across the face and has a 1 3/8" barrel. The type B bearing (which I believe is the same as the ones used on the Broadmoors, but has a different part number) measures 1 1/4" across the face and has a 1 1/8" barrel. Check this out, you may remember this topic: http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/topic.asp?ARCHIVE=true&TOPIC_ID=18086

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mowerman1193
Thanks Greg, I do remember that post now that you brought it to my attention..I will pull a wheel off and compare it to my Broadmoor one to see what I need to get..

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