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The post Hydriv quoted regarding a broken spindle reminded me to ask this.

I was parting a deck to send that gentleman a spindle assembly and it came apart easier than any I've done. And, I chose the least attractive deck I have in stock to part, surface rust, etc.

But, it had a pulley type I've only seen on a few: the pulley hub has a groove around it that accepts a bearing separator. This makes pulling them much easier. Apparently the previous owner had replaced the bearings fairly recently, as the pulleys slid right off with the puller/splitter arrangement.

Now my question (finally), when did Case use these pulleys? and, why oh why did they stop?!!!
 

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The original Case pulleys did not have the groove and the early Ingersoll pulleys did not either. The Ingersoll supplied replacements have the groove.
Folks that use never-seize on the spindles seldom need a puller to remove the pulleys.
Bob MacGregor in CT :mrgreen: :mowlawn:
 
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