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  • Need C195 deck 60 inch, spindle Spacer - keyed

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    Needed - Thick Spindle Spacer - 109847


    image.jpegAll, I need a couple of these spacers that are on he bottom or blade side of the spindle assembly. They act as keyed blade spacer and allow the blade nut to be tightened.



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    Interesting looking part. Lots of machining. I've never seen anything quite like that.

    Hope you can locate what you need.

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    Aldon, that is actually a pretty easy part to make, if you can't find one.


    If you want, send me the dimensions, and I can scab out a couple at my shop. Don't figure more than 30 minutes to make 'em.

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    No problem. Not looking to make a buck, just trying to give a hand. Cover the steel, and I am fine. Gives me something to do at my old machine shop.

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