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The inner bearing race broke off the left front. Any help on repair or parts would be greatly appreciated. Part 25. IMG_20210607_103331685[1].jpg IMG_20210607_104100260[1].jpg
 

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Is this for item-25? This is for the left front 4WD?

Valley Power Products in VA is a good source.

Also contact Lenn over at ...
SHEAFFER'S TOWN & COUNTRY TRACTORS INC.
320 Palmyra Rd
Dixon, IL 61021
PARTS HOTLINE - 815-284-3226
email - [email protected]
On-Line Shopping - https://www.japanesetractorparts.com
Japanese and Domestic Tractor Parts for many makes and model brands

Another source for salvage parts is ...

ALL STATES AG PARTS
10 Ellefson Dr
De Soto, IA 50069
email - [email protected]
PARTS HOTLINE - 866-609-1260 Toll Free
On-Line Shopping - https://www.tractorpartsasap.com
13 Locations for tractors and parts, 10 salvage yards, and 2 repair centers all in the Mid-West
Japanese and Domestic Tractor Parts for many makes and model brands
 
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Is this for item-25? This is for the left front 4WD?

Valley Power Products in VA is a good source.

Also contact Lenn over at ...
SHEAFFER'S TOWN & COUNTRY TRACTORS INC.
320 Palmyra Rd
Dixon, IL 61021
PARTS HOTLINE - 815-284-3226
email - [email protected]
On-Line Shopping - https://www.japanesetractorparts.com
Japanese and Domestic Tractor Parts for many makes and model brands

Another source for salvage parts is ...

ALL STATES AG PARTS
10 Ellefson Dr
De Soto, IA 50069
email - [email protected]
PARTS HOTLINE - 866-609-1260 Toll Free
On-Line Shopping - https://www.tractorpartsasap.com
13 Locations for tractors and parts, 10 salvage yards, and 2 repair centers all in the Mid-West
Japanese and Domestic Tractor Parts for many makes and model brands
Thank you for the leads. I struck out at All States. I have a call into Valley and have emailed sheaffers. Fingers crossed.
 

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Thank you for the leads. I struck out at All States. I have a call into Valley and have emailed sheaffers. Fingers crossed.
If you strike out all over, I know people who take parts like this to a Mom-&-Pop machine shop and they literally mill-CNC a new one. The price is higher, but it would be so much stronger over a casted part.
 
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so far no luck. Luckily my son is a good welder so attempting to weld it back on. I wont know if it will hold until tomorrow. I have some hope at least.
TIG or other welding?

Some welds are way better than castings. He should know his stuff and get it do right.
Keep us posted. He may have a new hobby job, repairing older tractor parts.
 
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