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1969 Landlord 2110 questions.

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powerking_one
Hi, I'm new to the club and was wondering if anyone out there could answer some questions? It's been 27 years since working a t Simplicity/JD dealership so the old brain neurons aren't wired well enough that far back. I just picked up this tractor/mower up for $175.00 and is in AMAZINGLY great shape. There's a "lot" of end play in the output shaft in the bevel gear box; did they use ball or tapered roller bearings in that and can it be shim'd out? Is this vintage of transmission the one where they went to the Torrington needle bearing axle bearings instead of the bronze bushings? I need to replace the orginal 23x8.5x12" back tires and am thinking of using 23x10.5x12" instead. Will they fit without interference or ballooning too far for the rims? Thanks all, Tom

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MPH
My book shows needle bearing on the input and left side of the bgb and a ball on the right, The shims are showen on the outside of the case but when I redid my B112 I moved one inside to quite down the gears, thats been 2 years ago.. Pretty sure by 69 the tranny;s had bearings in them..Welcome to the club...MPH

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HubbardRA
23x10.50 tires may have a slight interference with the bottom of your fenders. You can either cut a little from the bottom of the fender or extend the pivot at the rear of the fender assembly to lift the fenders a little higher. If I recall, it doesn't take much to get the tires to clear. I have 10.50 Ag tires on my 1961 Wards tractor (same as Landlord), and I lifted the fenders for clearance. My wheels are different than yours and my tires set closer together. If you have any questions get back with me by email. Rod H.

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