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  • 718z wheel horse zero turn

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    Looking for the bearing that's on the trans side of the driveshaft , it's worn and making noise, wondering if anyone knows the size and if they still make it, was told they don't , thanks

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    Hello Lucas and welcome to Redsquare.

    You may want to start a thread in the main page or under implements or Transmissions, depending on where that bearing is specifically located. It'll get a lot more attention over there. Maybe just asked for the number itself and you'll be able to figure out where to get it from there. McMaster-Carr is a great supplier. Motion Industries is another one. But you'll need the number. Somebody on here likely has a manual available.

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