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Craftsmans wood chipper Replace Bearings?

Posted by bebeard none (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 24, 12 at 15:22

I need to replace the drive shaft bearings for the shredder porttion in my chipper... anybody had any luck doing this?


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RE: Craftsmans wood chipper Replace Bearings?

Can you give us the model number, maybe we can determine who made it.


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RE: Craftsmans wood chipper Replace Bearings?

Model Number : 987.797810
Code Date: 0105089

Thanks,
Brook


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RE: Craftsmans wood chipper Replace Bearings?

Pull the bearing if needed to see the brand and part # on it. It could be a common bearing your Local Auto Parts Store will have. Most of all your local bearing supply house should have it or run a search on the info and sears.com will probably stock it and ship it (check the link below).

Hopefully removing and replacing w/n the question vs finding the bearing?? Send a close picture of the task with the entire shaft in the working area showing. I feel you will get some tips if needed.

http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/part-model/Craftsman-Parts/Chipper-shredder-Parts/Model-987797810/0247/1503320/00054120/00002


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RE: Craftsmans wood chipper Replace Bearings?

Model Number : 987.797810
Code Date: 0105089

Thanks,
Brook


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RE: Craftsmans wood chipper Replace Bearings?

That is my problem, I can't get the bear out? do I have to pull the whole shaft out?

Brook


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RE: Craftsmans wood chipper Replace Bearings?

Searspartsdirect.com has an "exploded" view.

987 is made by Gardenway/Troybilt.


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