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this was the 1st year working with by b210 after finding it near Joplin in 2010. seemed complete and in fairly good shape but it had issues pulling/pushing. knew the bgb was suspect and, while using Sam's Swisher bucket early spring the tractor stalled out. pulled to shop w/early B10. Replaced bgb w/1 in inventory (told the wife parts inventory is essential). 11/14/2011 I finally tore into the old bgb to investigate. key fell out when oil plug removed


1 tooth on drive gear notched


power shaft gear ground nearly smooth. its a wonder it moved at all.


perfect time to add 23x8.50-12 Carlisle TruPowers and front tri-ribs


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quote:
Originally posted by PhanDad
Was the front input shaft needle bearing shot? In my limited experience, that's what I've seen that leads to the gear damage.
Bill - I'll take a look tonight again. needle bearings looked good when i pulled the input shaft. I remember some wobble though so I suspect you nailed it. tractor moved well enough when i picked it up. it hesitated couple of times using around the house and completely stalled out when i dug out a bucket load of dirt. Chris - i agree.

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