I know that this may not be the palce to ask such a question. But they are a lot of guys out their that may be able to help. I will tell you what I can about it. It is a walk behind. Peerless tranny. Setup much like a Snapper except the shifter is located on the left side of the mower and sticks straight up rather than out. Has a 42" deck Kawasaki engine It is Maroon (more of a purple) color. The pulley cover is missing from the deck. All of the pulleys on the deck have markings that look a lot like the Briggs and Stratton trade mark outlined. The orignal owner purchased the mower about five years ago in New York state somewhere while he was on vacation. He has since passed away. So no manuals can be had. One other weird thing about the mower. They are no data plates/stickers or markings of any kind on the deck or main frame. Just the engine and tranny. I was told that it may be a Ferris due to the color. I emailed a few photos to them and got the reply that they had never saw such a mower and where to look for model numbers and such. But they are none. The mower was given to me by the owners brother last fall. It runs like a top and everything works great on it. But it does have a busted drive pulley (cast iron double, 2 5/8" with a 5/8" bore) and the bearing that supports the axle at the frame is bad. It has a lot of play in it . But has not completly blown. I can find tons of goKart bearings that are 1/2, 3/4 or 1" in size. But not a 5/8". I would rather stay away from shimming if possible. I would love to find a bearing that will fit the mower and a pulley. If I cannot find a double 2 5/8-5/8" pulley. A hardware store here has a few cast iron 2 1/2" - 5/8" bores that I can use. I will just need to change both in order to keep the gear ratio the same for both wheels. I would be happy to find out the make and model of the mower. So I can sleep at night.