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2004 1028 Le replacing impeller bearing how to reassemble?

I have new parts on order for this repair and I think I should be able to put this back together but the bearing was gone. So my question is I see there is like a screw or set scrwe or something that is in the new bearing and this thrust washer . I was wondering if anyone knows or has info on putting this back together and setting it right if that makes sense? thanks toro model 38642
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You should have a set of two new flange plates. In the flange plates there is a cutout for the setscrew to sit in, the setscrew is really just there as an alignment pin. The thrust washer then slides on the input shaft and the pulley slides on after.
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here is a link to an exploded diagram and the parts. Might help in visualizing how they fit.

https://www.ereplacementparts.com/to...77_519511.html

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thanks. I ordered two new plates, the bearing and washer. I just was most concerned about the screw in the bearing and what it does. should i grease or antiseize anything with the bearing or just put it in dry?
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Make sure the flat side of the bearing is facing the pulley side and the rounder end is toward the impeller. The washer hits the flat side of the bearing then the pulley hits that. You need to take the end play out of the impeller shaft by pushing the impeller toward the pulley and tapping the pulley down as you hold the impeller then tighten the set screws. Give it a spin it shouldn't bind or be to hard to turn. You don't need the shaft super tight just enough so its not banging front to back.
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I always use grease or anti seize on the shaft. Mostly so the pulley comes off easy down the road.
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That is the wrong way to do it. He made two common mistakes not putting the flat toward the pulley and not taking the end play out. He said he dont like the design yet has no clue how its suppose to be or work. I have done this a long time and find it to be a great design that has worked a long time.

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Is the thrust washer loose or sandwiched between the bearing and pulley?
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Is the thrust washer loose or sandwiched between the bearing and pulley?
The washer will be tight to the pulley and bearing face.
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