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Thrust Washer - Does Simplicity Still Make?

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laytonlight
I bought a thrust washer for my Landlord 2010 from Sandy Lake a while back, & went to install it the other day. It's branded Briggs & Stratton. The inside diameter was too small & I had to trim some away to keep from trapping it with the outer part of the drive pulley. Anyone gotten them from Simplicity branded as such? If so, does it give the ID measurement? The ID on the Briggs one states it's 2.410. Also, does anyone lube the inside of that drive pulley? I tend to get water into it when I wash off the tractor after every cutting and it develops some rust in there.

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larry8200
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Originally posted by UCD
All Simplicity parts are now marked Briggs & Stratton.
Yup, but you can still buy a new Simplicity with a Kohler engine. That surprised me.

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sammiefish
never a surprise.... examples of mfgrs using competitors parts.... sometimes serves the customer sometimes the pocketbook.. Ive seen mfg plants close and use the competitors parts instead... sad sad sad : (

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