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where to get 154 parts

Postby Clem » Fri May 29, 2009 11:11 am

where can I get 154 parts? I'm needing a throw-out bearing and some pto parts, etc.
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Re: where to get 154 parts

Postby Bigdog » Fri May 29, 2009 11:25 am

Clem - most likely Carter & Gruenewald will be your best source. Good luck with the pto parts. I hear they ain't cheap. :shock:
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Re: where to get 154 parts

Postby Clem » Fri May 29, 2009 11:41 am

thanks. the throwout bearing is different than a regular cub right?
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Re: where to get 154 parts

Postby SONNY » Fri May 29, 2009 12:31 pm

I am not pos. about it but I think they are diff., because they are mounted at the rear of the driveshaft,---at least my 185 is, and the LIVE PTO parts for these dudes are in stock at your local IH dealer, (at least mine were) and if you only need a couple spacers and the wavy washers, they will sell you a kit that has them and the drive plates in it for around $260.00!---if you need other parts they will only sell the complete clutch assembly for $1200.00 and some change---so thats why I now own a 185 WITHOUT a working pto on it!----I have not found any other sources yet for the needed parts at REASONABLE cost!
The clutch is not an IH part,--its made by some TGWoods or something like that company in PA.I am still lookin' too!!!!!!!!!!!!! thanks; sonny

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Re: where to get 154 parts

Postby ScottyD'sdad » Fri May 29, 2009 2:52 pm

Yes, the throw-out bearing is different, and more expensive, than a standard cub's. Ed
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Re: where to get 154 parts

Postby BigBill » Sat May 30, 2009 4:19 pm

Go to ebay and look for "hamiltonbob" he has used 154/185 parts. I just purchased a throwout bearing that is still in usable condition. He also has PTO parts too. Why buy new when used will do. The throwout bearing is greasable too so most are in good condition.
Hamiltonbob just listed another 154 for parts on ebay.

Right now i have almost a complete 154 on the shelf for parts. I want to keep my three 154's running for many years after there restoration.
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Re: where to get 154 parts

Postby Rudi » Sat May 30, 2009 9:55 pm

You don't even have to go to :eBay: to search for Hamilton Bob. If any :eBay: vendor is a member here, or simply any member who parts as a sideline and has satisfied customers and wishes to have their business listed in the Specialty Services page of the Cub Manual Server, all they have to do is send me their pertinent information such as..

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Specialty... such as with Hamilton Bob .. Numbered Series Cubs - Specializing in 154's

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Also, if you have a favourite supplier for Used Parts or any parts, as long as they have good customer feedback/reputation and are recommended by preferably TWO (2) members I will post those as well.
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