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  • Part number help for pbl

    Looking for the part number for the upper shaft. I want the one with threaded ends. The number I use iI get a shaft with reaining rings on the ends, they are a little to sloppy for my liking.
    Sometimes we have to do stuff to get by....Just go back and do it right when the "by" has passed!!

  • #2
    Sounds like you are describing the 'old style' upper shaft (retaining rings) that used the locking collar bearings installed from the outside- astonishingly I still have a few of these running and who knows how old they are.

    You can replace this with either the round shaft or the D bore one, plus the appropriate bearings (that install from the inside) and the spacers and nuts.

    Kit #610-900-711 includes all these parts (minus the nuts) with the straight/round shaft. I don't have the part#s for the individual round shaft parts as we like to use the D bore.

    Individually....(D bore)

    D bore shaft upper-070-011-795

    D bearing-070-011-797


    Flange nut-856-070-002


    • #3
      070-006-699 Bearing
      070-006-747 Upper shaft new style


      • #4
        Stahls, is that for the straight shaft?
        Sometimes we have to do stuff to get by....Just go back and do it right when the "by" has passed!!


        • #5
          Originally posted by smurtland View Post
          Stahls, is that for the straight shaft?
          Yes it is.


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