restoring pulleys

Discussions on restoring tractors.
User avatar
DavidBarkey Canada
Posts: 3274
Joined: Sat Mar 06, 2021 10:35 am
Location: Waverley On.
Has thanked: 17916 times
Been thanked: 11247 times

restoring pulleys

Post by DavidBarkey »

20220118_101936.jpg
20220118_103948.jpg
20220118_105731.jpg
20220118_112454.jpg
A little mill work and they are apart. Now to clean and paint the halves . Bearings , paint , 5/8"-1/2" shoulder bushing and washer all in stock on my shelves .

Dave
Dave
Mad Tractor Builder
User avatar
Eugen Canada
Posts: 5196
Joined: Wed Mar 03, 2021 2:52 pm
Location: Port Mcnicoll, Ontario
Has thanked: 12366 times
Been thanked: 16513 times
Contact:

Re: restoring pulleys

Post by Eugen »

Niiice! They'll be like new! :thumbsup:
Case 224, 444, 644, 680E
Kubota B26 :blush:
User avatar
DavidBarkey Canada
Posts: 3274
Joined: Sat Mar 06, 2021 10:35 am
Location: Waverley On.
Has thanked: 17916 times
Been thanked: 11247 times

Re: restoring pulleys

Post by DavidBarkey »

Eugen wrote: Tue Jan 18, 2022 2:08 pm Niiice! They'll be like new! :thumbsup:

And rebuildable too .

Dave
Dave
Mad Tractor Builder
User avatar
DavidBarkey Canada
Posts: 3274
Joined: Sat Mar 06, 2021 10:35 am
Location: Waverley On.
Has thanked: 17916 times
Been thanked: 11247 times

Re: restoring pulleys

Post by DavidBarkey »

20220119_104608.jpg
20220119_103934.jpg
Finished product, At a cost of a few $$ each , I can afford to replace the bearings every year if I want . Stock spindle bearing for mowers .
Everything was in stock in my shop . 0 $$ outlaid compared to over a $100 :canada: each these days up here .
I prefer Frugal thanks :rofl:

Dave
Dave
Mad Tractor Builder
User avatar
Eugen Canada
Posts: 5196
Joined: Wed Mar 03, 2021 2:52 pm
Location: Port Mcnicoll, Ontario
Has thanked: 12366 times
Been thanked: 16513 times
Contact:

Re: restoring pulleys

Post by Eugen »

Haha Dave, this is awesome, I was going to ask for the bearings sizes but thought I should not ask for handouts all the time, then you posted one of the sizes. :D I'll take mine apart and figure out the other size too. :spin:

Thanks, this is very nice, not to throw out the whole thing, but just replace the bearings!!! :worship:
Case 224, 444, 644, 680E
Kubota B26 :blush:
User avatar
DavidBarkey Canada
Posts: 3274
Joined: Sat Mar 06, 2021 10:35 am
Location: Waverley On.
Has thanked: 17916 times
Been thanked: 11247 times

Re: restoring pulleys

Post by DavidBarkey »

Eugen wrote: Wed Jan 19, 2022 1:48 pm Haha Dave, this is awesome, I was going to ask for the bearings sizes but thought I should not ask for handouts all the time, then you posted one of the sizes. :D I'll take mine apart and figure out the other size too. :spin:

Thanks, this is very nice, not to throw out the whole thing, but just replace the bearings!!! :worship:
They are both the same bearing, but the flat back needs a 5/8" - 1/2" x 1/8" collar bushing and 1/8" thick washer . Or buy a stupid expensive bearing to get the 1/2" hole and collars in the flat back pulley .

Dave
Dave
Mad Tractor Builder
Post Reply