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    On the cross conveyor idlers there in a small grease seal in them,after years of use they rot etc,.so where can i get those at?? I repacked all idlers to get rid of the clicking noises but the seals are bad.My part vendors has no clue of who would have that odd item.You know the idlers that are for the round c.c drive belt and long turret belt. Thanks!

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    I talked to Bill Monjoe at Brunswick about that and he suggested trying the manufacturer of the pulleys if you can find them. He also said if anyone finds them, to let him know so he can tell other mechanics where to get them. He said he would refer that request to the parts department, so my guess is, in a few years they will decide not to carry them...
    41 years and still learning....
    lanedoctor@hotmail.com

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      Re: C.C. idlers

      OK... I found the manufacturer and sent him an e-mail. Maybe he will get back to me tomorrow.
      41 years and still learning....
      lanedoctor@hotmail.com

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        OK... the guy got back to me this morning and told me that brunswick sells that seal as part number 12-400301. The price book says it is a good number, but I can't find it in the parts book. If that is in fact the correct part, then it's no wonder nobody can find it. I emailed the guy again today to confirm that it is the correct seal for the 3 pulleys that use it. I also called Brunswick and left a voicemail for Bill Monjoe to find out if that is correct... $5.21 is pretty salty for a little piece of rubber. I will post again when he replies.
        41 years and still learning....
        lanedoctor@hotmail.com

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        • #5
          Re: C.C. idlers

          Doc,
          Good find, The system also contains the number, although it shows 0 purchased since somewhere in the late 70's, it is still an active number. I have sent for a drawing to be sure that it is the correct seal. I will let you know.

          Bill

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          • #6
            Re: C.C. idlers

            Bill Mongeau from Brunswick e-mailed me this morning and told me that it is, in fact, the correct seal. They have about 500 in stock in their slow moving parts warehouse.
            Part # 12-400301-000
            41 years and still learning....
            lanedoctor@hotmail.com

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              Re: C.C. idlers

              Simply AWESOME! Awesome investigating work! Thank You very much.Have to admit that if that is the price, they are a bit out of line since it's in their slow moving stock line.I'll have to see if i can get them,will let ya know!THANKS!! [img]/content/btubb/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/laugh.gif[/img]

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                I would have to guess that they would not be in their slow-moving stock warehouse if the part was shown in the book. I remember looking for them years ago. Maybe the next version of the manual will show them.
                41 years and still learning....
                lanedoctor@hotmail.com

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