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Hi to all looking for exploded view of shaft spacers and bearing numbers. Sealed bearing on top needle bearing cage on bottom. Only thing good is tower every thing else is junk. pulley spun on top of shaft. Can you still buy pulleys? And if so part # and where Any help would be great. :bow-blue:  

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Download this file

The A is the attachment list.Pick your deck from there.

 

Then use this file to see the spindle assemblies used

Click on the mower deck model in the index and a single page will come up with all the possibilities on it with part numbers.

 

Garry

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