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Can anybody help with a bearing kit for asundstran hydro trans tag # 90.  1137 on a d180 

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What bearings are you looking for the pump, the ones in the hydro motor or the ones in the transaxle?  Found your other posting which bearings are you looking for?

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The tag # 1137 is what is normally on the transaxle.

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You can get 1532 from Toro for $29 each or go to a bearing supply house and pay about $6 for CR/SKF    Koyo #M16121

 

Be careful not to mess up 4-18... I never found anyone who had that one.

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A bearing pusher and press would be ideal but if you find a socket wrench that is just slightly smaller that the OD of the bearing a few taps with a hammer should get it out

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Just got my bearing thanks for  the info do you remove and install from outside of case to inside  or drive them out from inside  to  our side

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Hi everyone, im looking for bearing 4-14 in the diagram above, part number 8048. Any ideas on were to find them

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21 minutes ago, jkolasa said:

Hi everyone, im looking for bearing 4-14 in the diagram above, part number 8048. Any ideas on were to find them

Welcome to red square.  if what you want is the just the needle bearing 2-1/8 x 2-1/2 x 1/2 it is Koyo B-348

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Thank you pfrederi, i just relized this thread is about a d 180, i have a d 160, same bearings or different? My parts book says 2 ID for bearings 8048.

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Same bearings.  there was I believe and additional race used with the 8048.  Search here for 8048 it was used for a while when the normal bearing was unavailable.

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How about the part number 93712, axle woodruff key for the wheel hub. Tried locale toro dealer. They say discontinued. Tried Menards in specialty nuts and bolts section, all were to small, i believe it is 2" long 1/4" thick.

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