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Morning,

Other than the G10 PTO only has one belt is the PTO itself the same ? Just a different single pulley I,m thinking ? Wondering why in the PTO did Bolens use 2 different size bearings,the smaller Torrrington got beat up bad with the heavy slush type snow while the larger is fine. Thanks Mike
 

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The Internals were the same in the Housing (Same bearings, seal ect) Only difference was the single PTO's used 2 fewer snap rings.

I believe the Part number for the needle bearing was 1185010 and Ball bearing 1185605

You know you got a problem when you have Bolens part numbers memorized :D
 

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The Internals were the same in the Housing (Same bearings, seal ect) Only difference was the single PTO's used 2 fewer snap rings.

I believe the Part number for the needle bearing was 1185010 and Ball bearing 1185605

You know you got a problem when you have Bolens part numbers memorized :D
I think you have a problem.
 

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Often have the same worry: I can remember part numbers from 40 years ago - 1185651 is the Bolens 42" mower deck belt, 274628 are Briggs points and condenser, 61760 is Briggs flywheel key, 270026 is Briggs carb diaphragm, 1185828 is Bolens mower spindle bearing, 30547 & 30548 are Tecumseh points and condenser, etc, etc.

The problem is, I can't remember what happened earlier this afternoon!
 

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Doc, I have the new bearings okay, is the shaft the same ? You were saying the difference was the number of snap rings used,were you referring to shaft changes ? Thanks Guys PS I know what you mean am a retired mechanic myself, funny how memory works { or does n,t !}
 
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