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Ariens 10ML60 Part #

I think I've got this right, yet want to ask to make sure. I've got a 1965 10ML60, serial # 30888 that needs 2 new wheel bushings. Looking at the diagram, I believe the part # is 10274 -- called a bronze bearing.

Sound like the right part number to you?
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ariens 55039

make sure to use permatex antisieze or grease when reassembling so the shafts dont sieze to the hubs



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Yup, bronze bushing 1027400. I'd grease the shaft on assembly.

The #55039 is the correct replacement.

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Thanks guys -- yep, I always put grease on the shafts, to lessen the chance of siezing.
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Back again to say that the bushings have even replaced by bearings. So, I pulled the right hub off the shaft and replaced the bearing....easy peasy. Then I moved to the left side, and found that the hub is frozen to the shaft. I've got a pulled on it now, and soaking it with PB Blaster, including into the key way.

I've got some heat, via propane torch, but I'm not getting any movement (yet). Any suggestions? Perhaps heat the hub and then toss ice water onto it?
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I'm not sure if propane would get it hot enough. Do you have access to a MAPP gas torch?


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Or get a cylinder of MAPP, it burns hotter and heat it up and let it start to cool for a minute and hit it with the Blaster. The Blaster will smoke like crazy at first but it will cool and also get sucked into the joint. Others will suggest wax and the thermal shock of ice isn't bad but I've the best luck with PB Blaster and letting it soak. Try a couple cycles of heating and letting it cool before you put the puller on it and then heat it up good and go at it with the puller.

You can also drill a hole in the hub and use that as another source for adding PB Blaster. Once you get it free would make a good place to put a grease zerk on both hubs. Depending on the wheel you might need a 90 deg zerk to reach it when it's all assembled.

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Thanks guys. I'll go get a cylinder of MAPP gas and get to it. Is there any reason to not leave the puller taunt and heat up the hub?
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No, not really. I find it can get in the way when I'm trying to work the torch around something but as long as you aren't heating the arm you should be good. You don't want to weaken the puller by changing the temper of the metal. Don't get it red hot.

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Yeah you need more heat. Know anyone with an A/O torch?
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