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Re: aftermarket throw out bearing

Postby Jackman » Wed Jul 03, 2013 10:26 pm

A slight bevel on the inside and outside, not having luck with the pics,,,
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Re: aftermarket throw out bearing

Postby Jackman » Thu Jul 04, 2013 6:25 am

Here it is , hard to see but there is a small finger nail bevel on the clutch side.


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Re: aftermarket throw out bearing

Postby Jackman » Fri Jul 05, 2013 6:52 pm

any thoughts on this tob :?:

Came from Columbia tractor in Claverack NY , seems like a good source for parts they did not shrug me off when I said vintage Cub also they ship parts :big afro:


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Re: aftermarket throw out bearing

Postby PVF1799 » Fri Jul 05, 2013 7:41 pm

Jackman wrote:any thoughts on this tob :?:

Came from Columbia tractor in Claverack NY , seems like a good source for parts they did not shrug me off when I said vintage Cub also they ship parts :big afro:


http://www.columbiatractor.com/

I wonder if $50 more buys you 1-2 or 10 years more service life. My thinking is - if the part is easy to get at and fast to change I would consider saving the $50. For a part like the TOB - perhaps $50 is money well spent. The resident experts who've used ones like you purchased will weigh in. So far - some like them and some have had bad luck.

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Re: aftermarket throw out bearing

Postby Jackman » Fri Jul 05, 2013 8:22 pm

PVF1799 wrote:
Jackman wrote:any thoughts on this tob :?:

Came from Columbia tractor in Claverack NY , seems like a good source for parts they did not shrug me off when I said vintage Cub also they ship parts :big afro:


http://www.columbiatractor.com/

I wonder if $50 more buys you 1-2 or 10 years more service life. My thinking is - if the part is easy to get at and fast to change I would consider saving the $50. For a part like the TOB - perhaps $50 is money well spent. The resident experts who've used ones like you purchased will weigh in. So far - some like them and some have had bad luck.

I received some very sound advice from this forum early in my restoration process - buy original equipment when available.

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I hear ya, but I gotta do what I gotta do , I did not save fifty dollars I have two kids in college and I am temporarily poor I would not have spent the 85 dollars on the OEM at this time, glad there is an alternative just hope it works.
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Re: aftermarket throw out bearing

Postby Peter Person » Fri Jul 05, 2013 9:00 pm

Here's a photo of a TOB "we" cut apart at CubFest Northeast 2011.
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What little grease had been put in at time of install had no chance to work into the graphite. We were really puzzled by the paper.

I don't know if this was an aftermarket or Case/IH TOB.

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Re: aftermarket throw out bearing

Postby PVF1799 » Fri Jul 05, 2013 9:03 pm

Jackman wrote:
PVF1799 wrote:
Jackman wrote:any thoughts on this tob :?:

Came from Columbia tractor in Claverack NY , seems like a good source for parts they did not shrug me off when I said vintage Cub also they ship parts :big afro:


http://www.columbiatractor.com/

I wonder if $50 more buys you 1-2 or 10 years more service life. My thinking is - if the part is easy to get at and fast to change I would consider saving the $50. For a part like the TOB - perhaps $50 is money well spent. The resident experts who've used ones like you purchased will weigh in. So far - some like them and some have had bad luck.

I received some very sound advice from this forum early in my restoration process - buy original equipment when available.

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Important thing is you'll have a running working Cub again. Wish your kids the best in school.

I hear ya, but I gotta do what I gotta do , I did not save fifty dollars I have two kids in college and I am temporarily poor I would not have spent the 85 dollars on the OEM at this time, glad there is an alternative just hope it works.
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Re: aftermarket throw out bearing

Postby Rudi » Fri Jul 05, 2013 9:11 pm

If you got it from Columbia Tractor in NY then it should be a-ok. Columbia supplies a lot of us with parts. What I can't get through TM Tractor comes out of Columbia. So I would have no problems buying one of their TOB's. Plus there rep is pretty good. So far I have been pleased with them over the past 4 or 5 years.
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Re: aftermarket throw out bearing

Postby Jackman » Sun Jul 07, 2013 9:41 am

Peter Person thanks for posting the pics :big afro: , I did not know the wax paper was inside the tob, thought Boss meant shipping wrap :oops: ,,,,,,,,, no sign of paper in mine , I bet that paper was assembly line error, any way I broke open my original IH tob and there was no paper however there was a blockage off old dried up grease and dirt in there.

fingers crossed on this tob .

Thanks for the replies :big afro:
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