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Old 07-29-2013, 12:54 AM
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Originally Posted by ed2hess View Post
The main reason I went this route is I had several used scag spindles that didn't cost me anything. You can get em from dealer often times.
Just a thought Ed, I understand about keeping cost down, useing what you have.....While doing my research I came across these old Bobcat spindles.

http://www.stens.com/Portal.aspx?CN=A2E0AB965F7D

Lower profile and a shorter spindle shaft, by about an inch, no cutting and no shimming.....for when you run out of those old Scag spindles.....
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