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#1 68searssuburban OFFLINE  

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Posted June 06, 2015 - 02:24 PM

I have a gt 16 deck i believe on my ss 12 and bearings are going bad and need to convert sears numbers to napa or anything usefull. wondering if anyone has a napa numbers already or a conversion download?  deck is 917.253580 42 inch deck. center bearing is the wurst and would like to figure napa numbers out on them very soon. Sears bearing number is 9494h for the bearing and 888r for the race. any info might help thanks.



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Posted June 06, 2015 - 03:46 PM

The exchange section of my 2004 NAPA catalog for Small Engines does not list your numbers. Good Luck, Rick


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Posted June 06, 2015 - 04:02 PM

Take your bearing to NAPA and they can match it up.  Race will come with the bearing.  Forget about sears numbers as they had the people that built their products renumber everything to sears numbers so they could sell all the parts.  Problem is most of the older parts are listed as NLA.  Good luck.


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Posted June 06, 2015 - 04:20 PM

I have crossed these before and have the interchange , Will get you some pricing on monday been a while since I sold a set so dont have a good list price anymore. The ones I can get are cup and cone as a set much cheaper priced than the auto stores too.

If I forget to respond to this thread monday PM me .


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Posted June 06, 2015 - 05:30 PM

I have crossed these before and have the interchange , Will get you some pricing on monday been a while since I sold a set so dont have a good list price anymore. The ones I can get are cup and cone as a set much cheaper priced than the auto stores too.

If I forget to respond to this thread monday PM me .

hey thats great. i appreciate it. i havent taken the bearing out yet because i was thinking i might have to mow with it again so im trying not to take it apart until i absolutely have to and i know one more mowing could be causing me work but ill wait and see what we can come up with before tearing them all apart. if i have to then i will. thanks



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Posted June 06, 2015 - 08:00 PM

I have this stored , I got it from somewhere else so I can 100% guarantee all correct #'s

 

 

This applies to:

Roper 42" deck Model #TT2131R
Roper 42" deck Model #TT728CR
Roper 48" deck Model #TT738CR
Sears 42" deck Model #917.253250
Sears 42" deck Model #917.253540
Sears 42" deck Model #917.553580
Sears 42" deck Model #917.253582
Sears 48" deck Model #917.253551
Sears 48" deck Model #917.253590
Sears 48" deck Model #917.253592

& Possibly Others.




Bearings & Races

Outer Mandrels, )you will need 2 for each mandrel, 4 in total for the deck.)

Outer Mandrel Bearing & Race, Sears Part #1554H & 1553H, use Napa part # SME 704298 

Metallic Grease Seal, Sears part #881R. this part is available from Sears Parts Direct.

Center Mandrel, (you will need 2 for each mandrel, 2 in total for the deck.)

Center Mandrel Bearing, Sears Part #888R Use Timken Roller Bearing Part Number LM12749
Center Mandrel Race ( Cup), Sears Part #9494H, use Timken Roller Bearing part # LM12711

Metallic Grease Seal, Sears part #882R is no longer available, however it appears that part #881R can be used, but the center hole will need to be enlarged from 0.750" to 0.8658" it will then fit the shaft. ( I have not actually tried this, however using the bore diameter of the bearing, this measurement would be correct for the seal to fit over the shaft). On a complete deck overhaul, this would bring the required number of the 881R seals up to 6


The deck belts ( Center Mandrel to outer) for these decks are:

For the 42" decks, the original sears part number is 6942R, which is a 1/2" X 87" belt. This can be replaced easily by using Gates Belts part # A85 or by using Napa part #NBH A85.

For the 48" decks, the original sears part number is 6943R, which is a 1/2" X 92" Belt. This can be replaced easily by using Gates Belts part # A90 or by using NAPA part # NBH A90.

The Drive Belt ( Engine to center mandrel)

The Engine to drive belt listed in the manuals for the above mentioned decks is either sears part #6941R or sears part #3555R, both of which are 5/8" X 103" & they both interchange to a Gates BX100 or NAPA Part # NBH BX100 This assumes that you have the correct mule drive that came with the deck. Older mule drives had smaller diameter pulleys, if yours is not the original one for the deck, you may need to try a 102" or even a 101" belt to accommodate the smaller pulley diameter.



Blades

The 42" decks need 3 - 14 5/8" blades, the original sears part number was either 9480R or 9484H, both of which interchange to NAPA Part # SME 704523. This blade can also be purchased online thru www.findparts.com

The 48" decks need 3 - 16 5/8" blades, the original sears part number was either 9485H or 9497R, both of which interchange to NAPA Part # SME 704524. This blade can also be purchased HERE


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Posted June 07, 2015 - 07:26 AM

I have a deck from a GT16 that I'm thinking about putting under my SS16 and the bearings are sounding a bit rough.

Excellent timing with this information.

 

I clicked the following link and the grease seal is no longer available on sears parts direct.

Not sure what this looks like and if it's something my local timkin dealer would have.

 

Metallic Grease Seal, Sears part #881R. this part is available from Sears Parts Direct.

 

 

Thanks.


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Posted June 07, 2015 - 07:32 AM

I dont know if I would trust gates belts, those A series are not kevlar......

 

After many requests, I sourced many of the belts for these a few years ago but I guess everyone is still getting the Napa specials , haven't sold many of the OEM spec. kevlars yet in my store.

 

 

Those napa blade prices are nuts!

 

https://bolenspartsa...2-9485h-25322r/

 

https://bolenspartsa...0r-9484h-25321/

 

 

Is this metallic seal the thing that covers the bearing? If so I can likely get them from Timken.


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Posted June 07, 2015 - 08:21 AM

I have this stored , I got it from somewhere else so I can 100% guarantee all correct #'s

 

 

This applies to:

Roper 42" deck Model #TT2131R
Roper 42" deck Model #TT728CR
Roper 48" deck Model #TT738CR
Sears 42" deck Model #917.253250
Sears 42" deck Model #917.253540
Sears 42" deck Model #917.553580
Sears 42" deck Model #917.253582
Sears 48" deck Model #917.253551
Sears 48" deck Model #917.253590
Sears 48" deck Model #917.253592

& Possibly Others.




Bearings & Races

Outer Mandrels, )you will need 2 for each mandrel, 4 in total for the deck.)

Outer Mandrel Bearing & Race, Sears Part #1554H & 1553H, use Napa part # SME 704298 

Metallic Grease Seal, Sears part #881R. this part is available from Sears Parts Direct.

Center Mandrel, (you will need 2 for each mandrel, 2 in total for the deck.)

Center Mandrel Bearing, Sears Part #888R Use Timken Roller Bearing Part Number LM12749
Center Mandrel Race ( Cup), Sears Part #9494H, use Timken Roller Bearing part # LM12711

Metallic Grease Seal, Sears part #882R is no longer available, however it appears that part #881R can be used, but the center hole will need to be enlarged from 0.750" to 0.8658" it will then fit the shaft. ( I have not actually tried this, however using the bore diameter of the bearing, this measurement would be correct for the seal to fit over the shaft). On a complete deck overhaul, this would bring the required number of the 881R seals up to 6


The deck belts ( Center Mandrel to outer) for these decks are:

For the 42" decks, the original sears part number is 6942R, which is a 1/2" X 87" belt. This can be replaced easily by using Gates Belts part # A85 or by using Napa part #NBH A85.

For the 48" decks, the original sears part number is 6943R, which is a 1/2" X 92" Belt. This can be replaced easily by using Gates Belts part # A90 or by using NAPA part # NBH A90.

The Drive Belt ( Engine to center mandrel)

The Engine to drive belt listed in the manuals for the above mentioned decks is either sears part #6941R or sears part #3555R, both of which are 5/8" X 103" & they both interchange to a Gates BX100 or NAPA Part # NBH BX100 This assumes that you have the correct mule drive that came with the deck. Older mule drives had smaller diameter pulleys, if yours is not the original one for the deck, you may need to try a 102" or even a 101" belt to accommodate the smaller pulley diameter.



Blades

The 42" decks need 3 - 14 5/8" blades, the original sears part number was either 9480R or 9484H, both of which interchange to NAPA Part # SME 704523. This blade can also be purchased online thru www.findparts.com

The 48" decks need 3 - 16 5/8" blades, the original sears part number was either 9485H or 9497R, both of which interchange to NAPA Part # SME 704524. This blade can also be purchased HERE

Very good info in there. May need to update any #'s as needed and put this in with the Sears implements.


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Posted June 08, 2015 - 02:25 PM

I have this stored , I got it from somewhere else so I can 100% guarantee all correct #'s

 

 

This applies to:

Roper 42" deck Model #TT2131R
Roper 42" deck Model #TT728CR
Roper 48" deck Model #TT738CR
Sears 42" deck Model #917.253250
Sears 42" deck Model #917.253540
Sears 42" deck Model #917.553580
Sears 42" deck Model #917.253582
Sears 48" deck Model #917.253551
Sears 48" deck Model #917.253590
Sears 48" deck Model #917.253592

& Possibly Others.




Bearings & Races

Outer Mandrels, )you will need 2 for each mandrel, 4 in total for the deck.)

Outer Mandrel Bearing & Race, Sears Part #1554H & 1553H, use Napa part # SME 704298 

Metallic Grease Seal, Sears part #881R. this part is available from Sears Parts Direct.

Center Mandrel, (you will need 2 for each mandrel, 2 in total for the deck.)

Center Mandrel Bearing, Sears Part #888R Use Timken Roller Bearing Part Number LM12749
Center Mandrel Race ( Cup), Sears Part #9494H, use Timken Roller Bearing part # LM12711

Metallic Grease Seal, Sears part #882R is no longer available, however it appears that part #881R can be used, but the center hole will need to be enlarged from 0.750" to 0.8658" it will then fit the shaft. ( I have not actually tried this, however using the bore diameter of the bearing, this measurement would be correct for the seal to fit over the shaft). On a complete deck overhaul, this would bring the required number of the 881R seals up to 6


The deck belts ( Center Mandrel to outer) for these decks are:

For the 42" decks, the original sears part number is 6942R, which is a 1/2" X 87" belt. This can be replaced easily by using Gates Belts part # A85 or by using Napa part #NBH A85.

For the 48" decks, the original sears part number is 6943R, which is a 1/2" X 92" Belt. This can be replaced easily by using Gates Belts part # A90 or by using NAPA part # NBH A90.

The Drive Belt ( Engine to center mandrel)

The Engine to drive belt listed in the manuals for the above mentioned decks is either sears part #6941R or sears part #3555R, both of which are 5/8" X 103" & they both interchange to a Gates BX100 or NAPA Part # NBH BX100 This assumes that you have the correct mule drive that came with the deck. Older mule drives had smaller diameter pulleys, if yours is not the original one for the deck, you may need to try a 102" or even a 101" belt to accommodate the smaller pulley diameter.



Blades

The 42" decks need 3 - 14 5/8" blades, the original sears part number was either 9480R or 9484H, both of which interchange to NAPA Part # SME 704523. This blade can also be purchased online thru www.findparts.com

The 48" decks need 3 - 16 5/8" blades, the original sears part number was either 9485H or 9497R, both of which interchange to NAPA Part # SME 704524. This blade can also be purchased HERE

this is awesome. thanks alot. this site is great. yall are so helpfull. i know im in the right place for future project. ive been thinking pulling tractor and finding possibly old somewhat rare parts or what have you having knoledgable people like yall around will be great. 



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Posted June 09, 2015 - 08:35 AM

I just re-read it....

 

I can NOT gaurantee all the correct numbers or links, a buddy of mine put it together in 2013, but it should get you in the ball park.






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