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7/8 to 3/4; Pulley Size

Good afternoon all,

After getting hit with Jonas, and having approx 30" dumped - my snowblower has ate the white stuff hard.

I'm already disassembled and having 212cc predator in hand(So not up for discussion).The tecumseh i am repowering from was single shaft, but unfortunately 7/8" shaft.

Can anyone direct me to the correct pulleys?

OD on the original appear to be 2 & 3/4" OD.
Shaft will of course be 3/4"
Belts are 954-04014 and 954-04013, which both a 3/8" width.

A link to the correct pulleys to order would be phenomenal.
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Bring the pulley to a machine shop. They can bore it out to 7/8, No sweat.
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I'm going from 7/8 to 3/4. I'm also not a fan of the sleeve adapter
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What machine was the Tec on ?? Did you search to see if a pulley was listed for a same make different hp engine size bucket was listed as being a 3/4" ??

I found a 3/4 - 2.85 at Grainger for about $20 https://www.grainger.com/product/TB-...t-Pulley-5RHZ6

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go to your local tractor supply with your old pulleys and match them up
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Closest tsc is over an hour. Maybe if I get desperate
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just found out, they have one about 30min away. heres to hoping.
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MFG supply has a 3 inch.
Think that would be too much overdrive?
TSC has a 3.0 inch as well, but more $$.
I realize you have snow to move and dont want to wait for shipping.
Bummer about your shaft size being different.
How much horsepower was the origional 7/8 inch shaft Tecumseh?

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i got 3" at tsc. see how it goes... had to midfy the auger cluch to clear the idler pulley from hitting the 3" crank pulley..

it was one **** of a ride to TSC.... DOT needs to get back to plowing.
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