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Doubletrouble

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About Doubletrouble

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  • Birthday 12/14/1970

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    N.W Ohio
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    Truck Driver
  1. The spindle housing usually don't wear out. Once you remove it from the deck it will pull out the top.(the side that mated to the deck) I'm not sure where you read that I was in NJ but I'm in N.W.Ohio. outside of Toledo. Good luck with the bearings. If ya need anything else just post.
  2. I need to replace all three spindle bearings on my 36" deck. I thought I saw a post on here somewhere about just replacing the bearings and reusing the shaft and housing. Which way would be better/cheaper. I found new ones on e-bay for around $75 for all three. What would just the bearings cost and how difficult is it to press the old out and install new? Thanks
  3. No no no. The 4 bolts that hold the housing to the deck need to be removed. After you remove the pulley and the blade hub of course. Once to remove the spindle housing you'll be able to lift the bearing/shaft assembly out in one piece and replace it.
  4. I finally got it going! '54 Massey Harris Pony

    I have a pony also. No where near as nice as yours though. I'll begin on it when I finish the H. The pony needs alot of work, vandals got into the barn and stripped her of most of the sheet metal for scrap so I'm starting with a "naked" tractor.
  5. Anyone have bigger tractors?

    oops, I dont know how I double posted that.
  6. Anyone have bigger tractors?

    I have a few. A '38 Massey Harris 101 super, '46 Farmall H and a Massey Harris Pony (year unknown) This is the 101 super fresh out of the 20 year nap in the barn. They have all been in the family since new. The following pics are from the era when they worked on a daily basis. This is great grandpa with the new Pony Grandpa with his new H Grandpa on the 101 super in about 1940-41
  7. Anyone have bigger tractors?

    I have a few. A '38 Massey Harris 101 super, '46 Farmall H and a Massey Harris Pony (year unknown) This is the 101 super fresh out of the 20 year nap in the barn. They have all been in the family since new. The following pics are from the era when they worked on a daily basis. This is great grandpa with the new Pony Grandpa with his new H Grandpa on the 101 super in about 1940-41
  8. roundhood puller

    Awsome!
  9. Clevis vs Slot Hitch - Which is Better?

    I need to get a cable on my slot hitch. I dont have any attachments for it but it is in the way when I use the draw bar. I hope to find a plow and disk for it someday.
  10. single stage snowblower question

    I have to say I'm not a big fan of the cable rotation but it seems to work so...... I am impressed with the way the snowblower works even on a little 8hp like mine. She powers right through.
  11. That is really cool! I'd love to have one. I'd like to have a splitter like that also. I have a couple "big" tractors it would be perfect for. Nice find!
  12. single stage snowblower question

    The tall chute seems to give a little more control on where it goes. Is that the advantage to the conversion?
  13. single stage snowblower question

    This is a couple years ago at our other house.
  14. single stage snowblower question

    I wouldn't mind some for christmas but it can go away the day after! lol I do like using the horse with the blower on it. Most people dont expect it to toss snow as far as it does. My neighbor has a craftsman with a blower mounted up. His is a 16.5 horse. I told him I'd be willing to bet my little 8hp would throw snow farther! He kinda chuckled. He'll see, I'll throw it across the road into his yard. lol
  15. single stage snowblower question

    I checked mine for cracks and damage like you described, none that I can see. It's accually in very good condition. I did take a short video with my phone but for some reason there isnt any audio. I did notice a little slop in the chain today though. Maybe if I snug that up a little she'll quiet down some. It doesnt seem to be quite as loud as the other day. Wondering if some of the oil crept into the bearings? I did notice to that the chute and rollers rattle some, that accounts for some of the noise. I think I'll be in good shape this winter. i still want to overhaul it next year just as a preventative measure. ( I also want to paint it to make it look good on the tractor )
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