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New to this site... My son was given a 4150 Massey Ferguson mower with a 4810 Deck. The mower is in good shape, but the deck is in need of some parts. We are in need of locating all 3 of the cogged pulleys for the deck. Would appreciate any info as to where I can obtain some....
 

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Hi Mark.. I was told the tractor is in the early 80's. It's a hydrostat with a 14 HP kohler.. Hydraulic 3 point hitch in the rear.. electric clutch for the blades and has a 48" deck. The deck model number is a 4810 and I can get a serial number if needed.
Thanks, Gary
 

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Thanks for the info... It is a 1450 and not a 4150. I guess I didn't proof read my first email well. I'll check out the links and do the digging and see if there are any parts still available... Thx and I let you know...
 

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Thanks, your help was greatly appreciated... The thread that you gave me at our big brother site listed the Snappper part number for the center double pulley which you can run on the outboard spindles as well. The part is still available through Jacks Mower at a pricey 179.00 each which would amount to 510.00 plus shipping for all 3 pulleys.... Going to do some more digging and may go a different route. Thanks Again
 

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Sorry to drag this back up, but this was the top Google result so I was hoping to save other people some trouble. I gave up on finding this part and got a 3d model made. I can sell the plans to anyone who wants them for $20. You just have to take it to a machine shop/3d printer and get one made.
The original single and double pulleys are the same parts. They are a single tall gear made of glass reinforced plastic, double stacked sometimes, with a riveted on steel top plate.
If you're going the 3d-printed route you probably want to use something like nylon or polycarbonate. For machining I'd imagine any metal would do. You could also get a cheap 20% fill one made (like I did) and use it as a blank for a casting mould.

As far as I know, this replaces the following part numbers:
snapper 59573 center double
59548p
Alternate 538344m93 center double
Alternate 538343m93
Briggs and Stratton 7059573 center double
7059573YP center double
7059574
7059574YP
7059574
Murray 7059573 center double

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