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I'm assuming, based on options ect that I'm working on a 10M5. The axle is 3/4" and the hole for the bushing is 1". Can anyone verify that 05503900 is the right bushing? I got some off Amazon that claim to be the same but have a 1" axle hole.

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Sounds like Amazon sent the wrong thing... wow, that never happens!

I've got an old PDF that says the axle bushings for that machine are part number "2X39". This document: https://apache.ariens.com/prices/newhollandxref0511.pdf translates that to 55039 which in the current part numbering scheme would be 05503900.

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55039 (5503900) is 3/4" ID and 1" OD.


55030 (5503000) is 7/8" ID and 1" OD

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Those Are Available at any GOOD Hardware Store, 4-5 bucks. As Stated Above, there are 2 different Sizes

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Great, thank you for the advice. I just called down to my local Monnick Supply and they have them. I like supporting locals. A little pricey but not horrible. It turns out the bag I got from Amazon had a wrong labeling on one side but a correct part number for what I received on the other side.

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Great, thank you for the advice. I just called down to my local Monnick Supply and they have them. I like supporting locals. A little pricey but not horrible. It turns out the bag I got from Amazon had a wrong labeling on one side but a correct part number for what I received on the other side.
Glad you found them. If they are not correct I have 8 or so here at my shop. Your not too far from me, pm me and I'll give you my address. I have whatever other bearings or bushings you might need here also.

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