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#1 Shadowman OFFLINE  

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Posted May 20, 2014 - 08:03 PM

Hi folks hope you had a good ! winter.

I have a problem with a repower job I am trying to complete and I wonder if this problem has occured to any of you.

This is a 19hp intek twin that was in a Cub Cadet. The tractor was junk but the motor was in good shape.

I am repowering a Massey Ferguson hydo 2716 1999-2000. The drive pully for tractor is damaged and needs to be replaced. This model has a different configuration for the key and keyway on this model. The Warner clutch has  the regular key and keyway . That was easy to remove ! 


The drive pulley looks like it may be attached at the the output of the crank. The pulley shaft fits a 1" shaft and at the top it bells out to cover the bearing and crank seal. The key for the drive pulley is completely covered over and the bottm of the pulley is round . The key is aaprox. 1/4 inch above the bottom of the pulley.


How can this pulley be removed? I have done many repairs to B&S machines and have never seen any pulley layout like this. 


Any help would be greatly appreciated.




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#2 crittersf1 OFFLINE  


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Posted May 21, 2014 - 06:10 AM


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Posted May 21, 2014 - 02:09 PM

Yeah! Whaa-a-a-a?  Maybe a manual for tractor it came from would have a parts shot or info to look at it and get ideas? Had to go ON, so must come off! 

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Posted May 21, 2014 - 02:23 PM

Id like to se a pic or 2 as well.

#5 Shadowman OFFLINE  

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Posted May 21, 2014 - 07:14 PM

After a little work today i was able to remove the pulley. There are no screws holding the pulley shaft it was just seized. I had not come up against an integral key yhat this pulley has so that was a bit of new but won't be there on the new install. 

Thanks for the replies and will post when I finish up .