By Fun Engineer
I have the following bearings and seals for sale. Sold as a lot, not individually. There’s over $100 in parts here so it’s quite a bargain if you’re planning on rebuilding a transmission or need to replace one of the leaking axle seals.
4) 1” Axle bearing, National B-1616. Wheel Horse #1528
3) 3/4” Brake shaft bearing, Timken B-1212. Wheel Horse #1523
3) 1 1/8” Axle seal, National 340835. Wheel Horse # 100443
4) 1” Axle seal, National 240731. Wheel Horse # 1232
2) 3/4” Brake shaft seal, National 312518. Wheel Horse # 100441
I can ship for shipping cost or arrange for pickup near Rockford, Michigan.
Items must be paid for through PayPal. No holds.
I have no understanding of what it is like to push one of these when the trans is disengaged and motion lever is in the forward position as the manual mentions. I hope this is not old ground and that I am not cross posting. With the trans disengaged and motion lever set forward there is still something spinning in and about the transaxle that is giving resistance. I need to know if this is normal or if I should be expecting more of a free wheeling experience. In effect, much less resistance. Thank you for comments or pointing me to a topic that already covers this.
By F. Marra 17
Gets the job done
By F. Marra 17
No problem cutting through
I need a working transaxle for a 1986 417-8. 8 speed, 1 1/8" axles. I am willing to drive a few hours in any direction to pick it up. Or I can arrange Fastenal shipping if you are willing to drop it at Fastenal. Please help me save my wheelhorse! Thanks