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Drive Shaft Disks - I Never Knew...

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PhanDad
there were two difference sizes:


I was doing some parts house keeping and came across a few of the drive shaft disks. I was surprised to find the old (I presume) drive shaft disk was larger in diameter than newer disks. I don't remember what tractor the bigger one was installed in, but obviously it ran with loose bolts for while - but didn't fail. Pretty tough stuff.

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PhanDad
Levi, I've never had a Powermax, so it didn't come directly from one. However a PO could have used a Powermax disk in their tractor before I got it. Larry, Yes, the bolt pattern is exactly the same.

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HubbardRA
There are two sizes of the disks for the large frame tractors. I have a couple extra on the shelf and there are two different diameters, but the hole pattern is the same.

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SmilinSam
I know that the 1967 2010 and 2012 I used for my project originally had the larger ones on them. Cant remmeber offhand when or what models the smaller ones showed up.

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TimJr
I'm pretty sure that the manual steer Sunstar/Ultima tractors used one on the steering column too. I don't know if it was the same as the driveshaft ones for the other tractors or not. Tim

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