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lumpy

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lumpy
I have an older deck 990885 and I ordered new bearings , someone prior to me had it apart and some have several washers some do not , does anyone have a picture of the correct order of washers and what sizes or does it really not matter, i have already downloaded the manual but there are 3-4 washers they reference and they all have different parts #'s so I assume different washer sizes. and what is a flinger? A picture would be worth a thousand words if available.

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RayS
in the parts diagram number 17 flinger is a grease flinger it is wider and thinner then number 3 washers. The two washers number 3 in the diagram set on top of the top bearing and the flinger sets on top of those two washers. The other number 3 washer sets all the way to the bottom of the arbor shaft then washer 5 sets on top of that. That washer is the thinnest of the three different sizes and is about the same outside diameter as the bearing itself.
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HubbardRA
When I rebuilt the 48 inch deck for my 716H, I got a friend to press the arbors apart. When I got the arbors back and tried to bolt them into the deck, neither the blade mounts nor the pulleys would line up correctly. I had to move the locations of several of the washers to get the blades and pulleys lined up. I assumed that was why each arbor had several of these washers on it. May not be the way they were designed, but it worked, and quite well.

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