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  • B-80 Clutch Spring


    JimmyJam
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    Looking for a 1976 B-80 8-speed Clutch Spring.

    Thanks

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    ebinmaine

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    Jimmy I'm pretty sure that's a Toro number  108035.

    Carefully measure the length of what you have versus the length of the specs of the one that you find. There were a couple variables there.

     

    Check your local dealer first but you could do a search on eBay and they are on there for as little as $11 with shipping right to your door.

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    JimmyJam

    Posted

    Thanks Eric.

     I updated my post with a picture of old one and tape measure.

     I saw none on eBay.

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    rednos

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    I might have that spring, Give me some time to sort out what I have. I have drawers of NOS springs.

    I went to buy some parts for my 416-H and ending up buying a small warehouse of Wheel Horse parts mostly NOS and 2 tractors!

     

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    rednos

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    I have found these springs so far (still digging in boxes) What is the thickness of your spring wire?

    If one of these will work I will need $12 shipped to you in the mainland USA

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    ebinmaine

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    7 hours ago, rednos said:

    I have found these springs so far (still digging in boxes) What is the thickness of your spring wire?

    If one of these will work I will need $12 shipped to you in the mainland USA

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    I don't think those will work on a b or c series tractor but they may be for something back in the early  60s.

     

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    Racinbob

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    @JimmyJam I wouldn't go by the dimensions from the spring you removed. I have a 76 B-80 I bought new. The 108035 Eric mentioned is correct. It measures 7 5/8" overall. :)

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