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maxwood

Turbo blower pulley

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maxwood

Hello, I recently purchased a turbo blower and wide body cart for leaf and grass pickup. I am looking for a double pulley that will fit on the mower deck arbor part #1709335 . It is no longer available? I saw one on E-bay for a 38inch deck,Part #1704769ASM and was wondering if the splines are the same ? or if there are other altenatives ?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/181696573755?_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

I will need to fabricate the mounts for the blowerto attach to the deck but the pulley is essential to make it all work.

Thanks Ken in Mi

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PhanDad

According to Jack's parts database, it is still available.New part number: 1709335ASMBut very pricey at $76.50. And the pulley in your eBay ad isn't close to the setup you need. A pic of the pulley:

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TurboDrive_Pulley1a.jpg.e76460e5cc50eb3f656c069586efe4ba.jpg

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maxwood

Hello, How much space is between the two pulleys? I am going to weld the two together like was done in jogger fogger's post.

Any help is greatly appreciated

Thanks Ken in Mi

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Ronald Hribar

The adapter is quite easy to make

a short keyed shaft dill and tap both ends

put a threaded rod in one end to bolt on original shaft

place pulley and spacer on shaft and bolt it down

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