Thanks Rick again you're wrong just like the rest of them you guys can discuss this until the cows come home when they fly off I'll let you know otherwise thanks
Rick,Not much to discuss really. There’s a right way and there’s a wrong way to rebuild these spindles. I only hope no one gets injured from the method that was chosen. Remember, you came on here asking for help from those of us that are more experienced in these tractors than you are. Whether you want to heed that advice is up to you. Good luck!
In case you did not read this whole thread, there is something unusual about the deck the OP has. The spindle assemblies do not match the IPL, the only known IPL, for the 24G 72" deck.
According to his measurements it would take a 3/16" spacer to make it work as we think it should, and the shafts matched up to ones in a Promaster 400 deck?
Richard's Lawn and Garden apparently knew what he had and instructed him.
Without seeing it, or having it in my hands, I cannot offer any other thoughts, other than to say what I said above several times, it is known that early 24G tractors had some oddball stuff on them?
I wish PopcornPopper was still on this forum, he had about four 24G machines and knew all the ins and outs.