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  • Pulley rebuild services


    prondzy
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      Price: $25
      Location: Medford Mn
      Contact: Pm

    Just throwing it out there i can rebuild your old worn out idler pullies #1623.

    If your looking to keep your tractor original this is the solution.  Ship me your old worn out pulley $25 return shipping included in price. $15 each additional pulley if you want more than one done. Can media blast before assembling for you to paint if requested. 

     

    Also looking to buy bad worn out #1623 pulleys you have laying around. 

     

    PM me.

    Thanks Mike

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    peter lena

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    prondzy, question , do you use hi temp grease in those replacement bearings ? having done a number of those 6203 bearings , a seal pop and a refill with lucas h/d grease , makes them live . I recently bought 2 new pulleys , first thing I did was , grease change , when ever I get a similar bearing , I always look for the wider rubber seal, easily popped out for a re grease . those pto  pulleys get very hot , the generic grease in them will fail, 550 deg + h/d grease will not . just my informational experience , you are doing a helpful ,available rebuild , pete

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    prondzy

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    13 hours ago, peter lena said:

    prondzy, question , do you use hi temp grease in those replacement bearings ? having done a number of those 6203 bearings , a seal pop and a refill with lucas h/d grease , makes them live . I recently bought 2 new pulleys , first thing I did was , grease change , when ever I get a similar bearing , I always look for the wider rubber seal, easily popped out for a re grease . those pto  pulleys get very hot , the generic grease in them will fail, 550 deg + h/d grease will not . just my informational experience , you are doing a helpful ,available rebuild , pete

    No i don't use high temp grease

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