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Here Are Some Common Transaxle Parts Used On Many Gt's


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#1 chris m ONLINE  

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Posted December 04, 2012 - 06:19 PM

I decided to spend the afternoon on this after reading another post on high dealer prices.

Back a few months ago I ordered 2 small seals and 2 square cut O rings from a Massey dealer for my MF12 Transaxle. When I searched AGCO back then I got the numbers and found a cost sheet, They were all roughly $5 a piece on the sheet.

So I called a Massey dealer in CT, as we have none here. He took my order and said he would send them to me. Well.. I never asked the price. After I got them I saw he charged me $78 for the 2 (1") seals and the 2 O- rings!

Anyway... I found cross reference numbers and decided to share them so no one else has to pay those high prices.

From what I have dug up so far these seals, O- rings and even the axle tube bearings fit many makes of GT's using the 2300 and 2400 series Peerless Trans.

Some GT's are the Massey Ferguson MF10 and MF12(hydro&gear) JD110(and many others I believe)
The Ford 100,120(gear) Jacobsen Chief 1000,1200(gear)

If any one knows of others you can add them to the post.

The prices I am giving on here are from outdoor power distributors

Axle seal- (Tecumseh#) 788008 $4.81, (Massey# 833909M1, JD# M40676) It is also a SKF 9826, National 252277

Axle tube square cut O-ring 788024 $3.23, (Massey# 365450x1, JD# M41027)

Axle tube bearing (outer,hub end) 780050 $32.49, ( Massey# 833906m1) *couldn't find a JD# yet

The bearing I have yet to find a Major bearing brand cross reference, It was originally a Nachi 1010x1

Like I said If you have any input please add it on here

I hope this helps some of you!


Edited by chris m, March 15, 2013 - 07:10 PM.

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Posted December 04, 2012 - 06:55 PM

Sometimes the JD parts are reasonably priced. The parts seem to be more expensive if they are single purpose and getting low on stock. Motor mounts for a 314/317 for instance have gone up in price a lot over the last couple of years.
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Posted December 09, 2014 - 03:11 PM

One cross for the 780050 axle tube bearing is an SKF bearing number 3041-DSTN VP that i got this week from my local NAPA auto parts store for $20. The side of the bearingis stamped PEER 1641Z CHINA. It is the same as the Nachi bearing except that it has metal shields on the sides instead of plastic ones. i installed it in the peerless transmission on my Jacobson GT 10 with no issues.


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Posted December 09, 2014 - 06:49 PM

One cross for the 780050 axle tube bearing is an SKF bearing number 3041-DSTN VP that i got this week from my local NAPA auto parts store for $20. The side of the bearingis stamped PEER 1641Z CHINA. It is the same as the Nachi bearing except that it has metal shields on the sides instead of plastic ones. i installed it in the peerless transmission on my Jacobson GT 10 with no issues.


The 1614 number is the important one.

The 1641-2RS and 1641-ZZ is a 1" ball bearing that is found in many applications. The 1641-2RS ball bearing has two contact rubber seals one on each side of the ball bearing. The 1641-ZZ ball bearing has two non-contact metal shields one on each side of the ball bearing. If your application requires a 1641 ball bearing with only one seal or shield you can get this ball bearing and take one of the shields or seals off. This 1 inch ball bearing is high quality and can take electric motor demands if needed.


From this page: http://www.thebigbea...-Bearing/Detail
They are currently selling them at $4.64
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