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Driveshaft spacers

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bud119195

On the 7010 I just bought the spacers that connect the drive shaft to the flywheel are missing.Does someone know how thick these are to be and can the be made or did Did Simplicity do something special that I need to find factory ones?

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BLT

Try .625 OD X .385 ID X 1.158 Long .

Cut a piece of wood and see how it fits .

You can also adjust a bit with BGB drive flange.

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HubbardRA

I have done it two ways. I have made the spacers from tubing. I have also just used stacks of washers.

I do not own a tractor that has the original engine. Mine have all been built up from junkers. Only one tractor has an original spacer, and it still needed a few washers to make everything line up as it should.

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Paul_B
quote:Originally posted by HubbardRA

I have done it two ways. I have made the spacers from tubing. I have also just used stacks of washers.


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id="quote">Done it both ways as well

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