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Anyone have a parts manual for a MF 4810 Mower deck. It is mounted to my 1650. I blew out the bearings in one of the pulley shafts. I believe one of them is a 6205-2RS. If this is correct what it the other one? Also do you know a source for them?
I live in Owen Sound Ontario Canada however I really don't care where I get them as long as they are correct.
Thanks, Frank
 

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Yes, the 6205-2RS is correct. I'll look the other up & get back with you.
 

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WOW....Partspring wants $23.72 for each needle bearing! This Partspring place sure is out to scalp people!:mad2:
 

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Thanks olcowhand. Ok so that means I need the 6205-2RS and the 3020679M1? Do you by any chance have a pic of how and where the bearings go. I assume one at the top of the shaft and the other at the bottom.
Thanks, Frank
 

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The 6205's go at the top of the spindle, with the needle bearing at the bottom. For an exploded view, go to Agco here: AGCO Parts Books
Sign in as guest, then to Massey Ferguson, then Parts, then "grounds equipment". Scroll to find your deck, click on it & you will get the parts lists & exploded view of all parts.
 

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Daniel, Is there any way you can copy that manual? I tried to log on and get it but it said I had to have Microsoft Silverlight. When I tried to load it I was told Windows XP did not support it. Would appreciate it if you could. Thanks.
 

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tinnern said:
Daniel, Is there any way you can copy that manual? I tried to log on and get it but it said I had to have Microsoft Silverlight. When I tried to load it I was told Windows XP did not support it. Would appreciate it if you could. Thanks.
I haven't been able to log in for a few months now. I don't know what's up with that, as others are able to as guests, and I'm registered with Agco! The Agco site needs Internet Explorer to view it. For some reason I can't no matter what browser I use.
 

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You should also replace th dust shield at the bottom too. Massey part no. is 3020680m1 although I payed $15.00 Can. probably get them cheeper online.
 

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You should be able to get 6205 bearings at any local bearing house. They are a standard bearing used in many applications. I think Princess Auto even carries them for about 5-6$
 
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