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Old 06-08-2019, 02:34 PM
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Default Haban 60 Inch mower deck Spindal bearings

Hi Guys today while mowing with my 1782 the bearings all got ripped out of the spindal by the spring on my haban 60 mower deck (190-325-100 deck). See pick. Does anyone know if it is possible to repack the bearing as the spindal looks ok. See pic. If is can be done can someone point me in the right direction for the bearings?
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Old 06-08-2019, 03:27 PM
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Well I'd say you got all the good out of the bearing in the idler pulley.
looking at your pix, there is no repacking of the bearing as it is shot,and the balls are gone.
It is way past repacking of the grease.
As you have no pix of the actual spindle bearings that mount the blades, we have no idea what they look might look like.
If your problem is just an idler pulley, it is easily replaced with a new one. from your local tractor supply/ farm supply or dealer.
be sure to take the old pulley along, with the mounting bolt & adaptor so you can get the correct one.
They are prolly available from cub but usually ,more expensive going that route.
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Yup just the idler pully went.. grabbed a new one from messics.
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Before and after picks...lol
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Probably a 6203 bearing.

Drill the rivets out, install a new 6203 bearing and use short 1/4-20 bolts to reassemble and you're good to go.
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Bearings do get a little pricey like this one that will last you probably another 10 years.


https://www.ebay.com/itm/6203-2RS-tw...QAAOSw2XFUkzG0
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Oak,
don't give away all our secrets!!
FYI, some cheap Idlers don't have actual bearings, just balls in a hardened cage
those assy's have to be junked.
Murray was great for those "cheapies"
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Probably a 6203 bearing.

Drill the rivets out, install a new 6203 bearing and use short 1/4-20 bolts to reassemble and you're good to go.
Attachment 100165 Attachment 100166

Bearings do get a little pricey like this one that will last you probably another 10 years.


https://www.ebay.com/itm/6203-2RS-tw...QAAOSw2XFUkzG0
OAK, Thank you for being kind enough to share this information. Appreciate all the help!
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