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  • Wheel Horse 36MS01 mowing deck


    Martin G
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    I'm repairing this deck for a friend, so I don't even own this... I was wondering if there is a replacement spindle assembly for this deck. I seems the parts for this are very hard to find. And if any are found, they are quite expensive.

     

     

    Also, can anyone tell me how to get the pulleys off without damaging them. Is there is a special pulley puller I need?

     

    Thanks,

     

    Martin G



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    76c12091520h

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    I believe I have the spindle assemblies you need. Will get pictures and prices for you later tonight. As far as the pulleys go: patience, lots of penetrating oil ,time ,heat, good pullers that hug the pulleys (like a bearing separator).

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    peter lena

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    the secret to those pulleys coming off is 2 small  wonder bar nail pullers , sitting on the  spindle mounting bolts under the pulleys. you must be right up against the pulley shaft column , that is the strong point of the pulley, the tight fit ,and leverage advantage of the nail puller pushing up against the bottom of the pulley ,and pushing down on the bolt head , makes it work. obviously  remove pulley nut , and soak with penetrating oil , push down on both pry bars equally , it works , done this a number of times, mechanical advantage , pete

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    gwest_ca

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    Do you know which 36MS01 deck it is?

     

    Mower Rotary 1971 36in SD model 5-0710

    Mower DNA

    1971 model 5-0710 replaced by

    1971 model 5-0711

    1972 model 5-0720

    1973-1974 model 5-0721

    1975 model 5-0722

    1976 model 65-36MS01

    1977 model 75-36MS02

    1978 model 85-36MS01

    1979 model 95-36MS00  - These decks use blades with 5/8" x 3/4" center hole unless the spindle has been upgraded

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    1979 model 95-36MS01 replaced by

    1980-1982 model 05-36MS01 - Last year for bearings with 3/4" ID

    1983-1984 model 05-36MS02 - First year for bearings with 17mm ID unless older spindles were updated. These decks use blades with a 3/4" center hole

     

    Garry

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    Martin G

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    17 hours ago, 76c12091520h said:

     

     

    17 hours ago, 76c12091520h said:

     

     

    17 hours ago, 76c12091520h said:

     

     

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