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Old 10-04-2013, 10:26 AM
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at this point, by looking at scag parts breakdown, i understand nut needs to come off, but how? i have a 3/4 air gun ready, but cant fit any sockets
any ideas? thanks
What is the model and SN of the mower?
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Old 10-04-2013, 10:55 AM
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3 pack (not o.e.) on ebay is around 200 shipped. i got bearings, races, dust covers( 3 sets) from a local big box store for around 50.00. scag uses the same bearing size a common lanscape trailer. i thought id save the money & catch up on my backlog of motogp races on the dvr. the T.V.M. principle left when the ex left!
You do realize that tapered bearings need to have a certain pre-load, right?
Using trailer brngs. is not a problem, but ya gotta check/set the pre-load or clearance. I usually set em up dry and then hand pack/ grease and re-assemble.
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