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.
By F. Marra 17
I have a late 80's 414-8. my transmission has a slow oil leak. it leaks slow so its hard to see where it is coming from. i get a small puddle/stain on the floor center under the trans after a few days of non-use. is there a usual problem area that leaks? or is there anyone in the NJ area that can be recommended to repair the trans? I am sure due to its age that gaskets or seals may be shot. the tractor sat for 10+ years at my office on a shelf. It has ran well the past 3 years for me. I would like to fix this leak if possible. Any advice or help is greatly appreciated.
1/4-20 x 3/4 long
Buck a piece includes shipping.
Check yours today. A worn point can cause sloppy shifting.
@Racinbob gets a couple for free he needs.
A friend has a D-160 and it stopped moving.
He said the engine coupling will spin but not the pump.
I told him the pump splines were probably shot, but he is recovering from surgery and hasn't been able to check into it.
Does anyone have a pump for sale with good splines and/or the coupling (female) spline?
Thank you in advance.
Dear List Members,
Many years ago my Dad acquired a spare 5025 transmission for his 1965 model Wheel Horse 1045. Not all the gears are present to rebuild a complete transmission, but what is left is pictured below. We intend to hang onto my Dad's 1045, but I would like to make the transmission parts available, free of charge, to anyone willing to come to Knoxville, Tennessee to pick them up. Please contact me offline if you are interested.
Dave at CumberlandModelEngineering dot com
(865) 209-5654 (c) (865) 947-7935 (h)