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Tom Konen

Hello out there, I’m trying to dig up any info I can on this unit .

  • model no 87 sim5828a serial 3854 ×

I’m spending the winter rebuilding and restoring it. I’m hoping to find some assembly pics of the gear box for now . Having trouble getting the cone bearing and cup to stay in place . Any suggestions ? Thanks for taking the time.

Tom 

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RAC

Go to Simplicity's web site under tractors search for 990148 and take a look at the exploded view of the transmission. It "appears" that the lower shaft bearings were held in place by the plug/plate retained by the tranny mounting plate on the left side and the inner gear case for the axle drive on the right side. That's what it "looks" like anyway.

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fishnwiz

Welcome to the site Tom.

Feel free to share your restoration with the membership as we all love to share in your trials and tribulations of your restoration.

Good luck on your project. 

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1 hour ago, fishnwiz said:

Welcome to the site Tom.

Feel free to share your restoration with the membership as we all love to share in your trials and tribulations of your restoration.

Good luck on your project. 

We love pics so include the rest of the tractor!sm06

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Tom Konen

Thanku for all the welcomes and info 

I decided to do a little retro fit on the gearbox spacer , it was the only way to get the bearing and cup seated deep enough. Hopefully I didn’t score it up. Time to continue the reassembly . 

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