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I am having trouble finding the bearing for the machine mounted deck pulley on my 1077.

The parts breakdown only shows the part # of the whole pulley (1623) but its a cast pulley and the bearing pressed out easy.

From what I can tell the bearing should be .375" x 1.375".

I found the new replacement pulley on line for $54 ouch!!

Any direction would be appreciated!!

 

ED

 

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This was once posted but verify to make sure it is correct

V-idler pulley - 3.062" OD - 1623 replaced by 92-7102 (Generic 1614ZZ bearing Used in belt idler for 5-2321 deck)

 

This pulley may also work

V-idler pulley - 3.062" OD - 109444 (Napa 7-05491) 3.0625" OD x .375" ID for 1/2" belt

 

Garry

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If you have a micrometer or good pair of calipers you could search for a replacement dimensionally.

 

Sarge

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If I understand you've resourced local bearing supply houses and drew a blank. I would try the bid auction site, have had very good luck finding bearings there.  Does/did it have a snap ring retainer?   Also if it has any legible Torrington or other number you can find visible might be of great benefit.

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Ed,

 

Best suggestion I have is to take the old bearing and take a ride to Springfield, MA to EB Atmus. It's not exactly in your back yard but not that far either. I just rebuilt my deck on the charger 10 and the spindle bearings cost me about $25 each and they have them on the shelf. 

 

Jack

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Thank you for all the suggestions. Although the parts breakdown for the pulley says it is part # 1623, the pulley itself has 4974 stamped on it.

I don't have a micrometer only a inexpensive set of calipers. I still think the bearing is as I mentioned .375 ID and 1.375 OD

I have searched over the web in several places and even went to Napa and another local auto parts store with no luck.

Still as suggested by rideaway I could try EB Atmus.

I am hoping to keep the cast pulley for originality but I see I have the option from Wheelhorsman.

I have some time yet to procure as the deck is next after the restore of the tractor is finished.

Hopefully I will post a full resto soon. 

4974.jpg.c6021ce28ffe1805877791b03c8f2000.jpgMounting.jpg.5d933a35d4e1f8c27ba443a51f08a061.jpgbearing.jpg.26d548cef977dff3f329f0d8ed04d130.jpgBearing2.jpg.bebcdbf3ce04580a7e2972e9d2416d5d.jpg5a9fdf41af028_Pulleyacc.jpg.79d66f8332d54129d4c96ed91592088e.jpg5a9fe22acac86_1077engine.jpg.906aa1a7c3e0d3d1347247e2b0572ba4.jpg

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4 minutes ago, ezeastside said:

Thank you for all the suggestions. Although the parts breakdown for the pulley says it is part # 1623, the pulley itself has 4974 stamped on it.

I don't have a micrometer only a inexpensive set of calipers. I still think the bearing is as I mentioned .375 ID and 1.375 OD

I have searched over the web in several places and even went to Napa and another local auto parts store with no luck.

Still as suggested by rideaway I could try EB Atmus.

I am hoping to keep the cast pulley for originality but I see I have the option from Wheelhorsman.

I have some time yet to procure as the deck is next after the restore of the tractor is finished.

Hopefully I will post a full resto soon. 

4974.jpg.c6021ce28ffe1805877791b03c8f2000.jpgMounting.jpg.5d933a35d4e1f8c27ba443a51f08a061.jpgbearing.jpg.26d548cef977dff3f329f0d8ed04d130.jpgBearing2.jpg.bebcdbf3ce04580a7e2972e9d2416d5d.jpg5a9fdf41af028_Pulleyacc.jpg.79d66f8332d54129d4c96ed91592088e.jpg5a9fe22acac86_1077engine.jpg.906aa1a7c3e0d3d1347247e2b0572ba4.jpg

 

I have replacement bearings for your cast pulley - I don’t have them listed yet I will try to get them listed today.

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