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Simpleton7016

Tiller Drive bearings

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Simpleton7016
I am restoring a couple of these old style tiller drives back to as good of condition as possible. These are real stubborn boogers to get apart by the way. Whew!! Anyway, I got them apart and have them all electroysis'd and rust-proofed. Though the bearings are in pretty good condition, I like to replace my "e-bay" items with new hardware and bearings and gobs of anti-seize. Does anyone have a source for these particular bearings? I have pulled apart a lot of implements, but have never come across these before. Also, does anyone know off the top of their heads what length belt(s) these take?
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Chris727
My local farm & home supply (Orcheln) has them but they're chinese, I think they're about $15. Tractors Supply Co might also have them. Genuine Fafnirs were over $30 from a bearing supplier, I think, been a while since I looked into it.

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Simpleton7016
Thanks guys....I plan to rebuild a snowthrower this summer, so if these do turn out to be the same, it may be wise to purchase a bunch of 'em. Of course, if I pull apart my snowthrower now, we will get that April blizzard that we seem to be burdened with every 4 or 5 years.

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cojo92
[url]www.thebigbearingstore.com[/url] Got all my tiller bearings there. and there cheap too! paid $6 a piece for mine. great store. and a trusted one too. FAST SHIPPING TOO! :D:D Hope that helps you! Mike

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BLT
Larry how long before they can get you one. If it is a day or so you are still better off in a sense as they are getting more and more into L & G parts. For me it is a two block walk.

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