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#1 sandhopper2 OFFLINE  

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Posted January 28, 2016 - 07:21 PM

I just lost the pulley on the loader The woodriff key came out and pulley distroyed itself the center is off round now Where can I get a new pulley , the manual I have says it is part number 100203 7-56-B
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Posted January 28, 2016 - 07:38 PM

What brand tractor? Actually, the pulley is probably generic and can be found "off the shelf" at NAPA or electrical supply places. Try surplus catalogs too. Good Luck, Rick


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Posted January 28, 2016 - 07:47 PM

You will be able to find the pulley at TSC, the weldable hub is another matter
I believe you also have the ,7\16 shaft?
I was able to locate one online, but I was able to save mine, so I didn't have to order one.

What is the part number on the tag on the pump? Or at least a pix of the pump?
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Posted January 28, 2016 - 07:53 PM

You will be able to find the pulley at TSC, the weldable hub is another matter
I believe you also have the ,7\16 shaft?
I was able to locate one online, but I was able to save mine, so I didn't have to order one.

What is the part number on the tag on the pump? Or at least a pix of the pump?

No Alan, I can't find any weld-a-hubs at TSC smaller than 1/2" shaft size either.


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Posted January 28, 2016 - 07:55 PM

Be careful with those weld up hubs as they are not always centered.  I had a severe belt bounce and vibration on a Bolens G16XT and found the hub was not welded to the pulley centered.  I won't use them except for real slow rotation.


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Posted January 28, 2016 - 07:59 PM

Be careful with those weld up hubs as they are not always centered.  I had a severe belt bounce and vibration on a Bolens G16XT and found the hub was not welded to the pulley centered.  I won't use them except for real slow rotation.

 

When I weld one up, I always place a large socket which will fit over the hub center against the pulley.  Then place the assembly as described into a vice to press the pulley tight against the back wall of the hub, then tack weld several places around the perimeter.  Then I take it out of the vice for a thorough weld.


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Posted January 28, 2016 - 11:16 PM

When I weld one up, I always place a large socket which will fit over the hub center against the pulley.  Then place the assembly as described into a vice to press the pulley tight against the back wall of the hub, then tack weld several places around the perimeter.  Then I take it out of the vice for a thorough weld.


I've had great luck with weld on pulleys and sprockets from Princess auto, but as mentioned above, the trick is to keep the pulley/sprocket tight to the hub when you weld it up.

Also, you only need to weld the one side at the small side of the hub, welding the large side causes warping of the pulley/ sprocket.

Edited by Chopperhed, January 28, 2016 - 11:19 PM.

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Posted January 29, 2016 - 08:03 AM

I think this is the.one I found that I thought would work
http://www.agrisuppl...ries-x/p/18215/

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Posted January 29, 2016 - 08:11 AM

I've had great luck with weld on pulleys and sprockets from Princess auto, but as mentioned above, the trick is to keep the pulley/sprocket tight to the hub when you weld it up.

Also, you only need to weld the one side at the small side of the hub, welding the large side causes warping of the pulley/ sprocket.

Yes, I should have stated that the large side gets the tack welds, then once removed from the vice, the real weld is placed on the smaller side.






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