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Raposo

How about a 5080/5084 trans? 
 

:bow-blue: this is great info!

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gwest_ca
4 hours ago, Raposo said:

How about a 5080/5084 trans? 
 

:bow-blue: this is great info!

The 5080 and 5084 fall on chart #2.

The original axle seals are 100863 for 1" shaft.

The original input shaft and brake shaft seals are 100441 for 3/4" shaft.

 

Garry

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ricster66

I have a 417A Wheelhorse that has a right rear wheel bearing going out. Do know where to look for a replacement. 'Any ideas ?

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pfrederi
16 hours ago, ricster66 said:

I have a 417A Wheelhorse that has a right rear wheel bearing going out. Do know where to look for a replacement. 'Any ideas ?

 

Welcome

 

B-1816 is the commercial bearing number.  Any autoparts store should be able to order it or Amazon or Ebay....\

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Bill Winn

This is great information. It is encouraging to find such helpful people. About ten years ago I was given a 1988 Servistar (Southern States' MTD brand) Riding mower. It had 1st, 5th, and reverse gears and the engine ran like a 3-legged dog. I rebuilt the engine and carb and then tackled the transaxle. (I was told there was no way to rebuild it) Hmph! With a lot of detailed pictures for reference and some determination I opened the transaxle and found that the shift keys were broken.

 

I drove over to RBI Corp. in Ashland, VA and the lady handed me a pair of new keys for $20. I've been cutting my grass and moving trailers around the yard with it ever since. Old is better and being able to keep an old machine going with the aid of a helpful community like this is priceless.

 

Bill

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Handy Don
46 minutes ago, Bill Winn said:

Old is better

I think about it slightly differently because, after a career as a business systems analyst and architect, I could often see the value of new or evolving products' being applied to existing or new situations. But I always included in my analyses fully-loaded, apples-to-apples comparisons of the true cost/value of extending the life of existing tooling vs. creating new. It can, however, be career-shortening to try breaking decision makers of their addiction to "new car smell"!

 

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Bill Winn
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3 hours ago, Handy Don said:

 "new car smell" I understand. I personally try to avoid new car smell because it is also the smell of immense depreciation. But I love people who buy new cars because without them there’d be no used ones for me to buy. :)

 

 

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Skipper

@stevasaurus Hey buddy. Here's the info on the Eaton 1100 units. Old type, new type, and the Xi too. I have taken a few apart now, and this is what I have found, and also confirmed from parts lists across models. I will make a thread soon, with a go thru of them.

 

Eaton 1100 transaxle bearings, seals and gaskets. Also for Xi..pdf

 

 

 

 

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stevasaurus

Excellent Skipper...do that thread and it will get pinned at the top of Transmissions.  :occasion-xmas:

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