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As anyone that has searched for rollers for the front or rear of a 50" deck knows, they are almost made of unobtainium. Some of the members here are fortunate enough to have them and one was nice enough to take time to get some dimensions for me so I can attempt to make some for my 50" decks. It only seems fair to share these dimensions to everyone so others can enjoy them too! I have no intention of making these to re-sell nor do I have a source for parts other than Gravely. I do think the rollers are still available but I'm not sure. I have plans to just go searching for a readily available roller off of something else to use in it's place.

Here are smaller images more friendly for forum viewing:





Larger images with dimensions are here:

Front Roller with Dimensions

Rear Roller with Dimensions


As always.. if anyone wants these e-mailed in a PDF format feel free to e-mail me at [email protected]
 

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And a picture of the ones that were dimensioned...



If you haven't figured it out these are off of ATLANTICCENTAL's ultra nice and clean 16G. Thanks again for your help Sheldon!

 

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Everyone is most welcome, and thank you for the kind words.

Both rollers and the rear axle shaft are still good numbers at GRAVELY. I purchased the extras of each very recently at Jack's.

I don't know if they have any more at the store, but Jack's actually had the rear roller and axle in stock, the front roller had to be ordered.

There is a guy making the rear brackets and selling them on Ebay now and then. I have his direct e-mail if anyone wants to contact him. I think he quoted me $25 for just a rear bracket, but I had already bought a NOS complete kit.

And again, thanks goes to Richard for the ball bearing install.

Sheldon
 

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Now that I have the dimensions I can get them waterjet cut and I can bend them in the brake. Nice little side project for this evening. Thanks Jason
 
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