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3 belt blower help

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bassmanben

I have 2 old 3 belt 36" blowers I run on my 64 Landlord. I have 1 mounted and a spare.

I have 1 with a bad bearing on the drive pulley that attaches directly to the engine (briggs 23d) crankshaft. (PN 106090) not only was the bearing (PN 106094) bad but it had also spun out inside the pulley and was wobbling around.

The pulley looks to be unavailable. Does anyone know where I might look or is there some sort of down home repair (JB weld) I could try.

I'm sure the bearing (PN 106094) can be matched to something but I haven’t tried yet due to pulley issue.

Any help would be great and thanks,

Ben

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dhoadley

Ben, I have 2 of those heads sitting in the corner of the garage; came in deals and I have no use for them. I'm down in Branford. PM me if you have a use for them. Dave

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theniteowl

There is an add on CL, two of the 3 belt blowers for $40.

Would snap them up except those PTOs are so hard to come by and would drive the total cost higher than I can get a good single belt blower for.

I have one three belt now and had to replace the bearings in it but it works decently. Somewhat finicky to get adjusted and working properly and is just sitting idle in favor of the single belt blower. I will probably include it with a tractor when/if I sell one.

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