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Need help with a Troy Bilt sickle mower 34062

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I have a Troy Bilt sickle mower I inherited from my dad. Last summer while I was using it, the belt flew off. Upon looking,I found the problem was the housing that the pulley mounts on broke all the ears off. I took it to a welder friend and he tried to fix it,but the thing didn't turn out too well. I tried a new belt,but apparently the housing piece isn't lined up or there are other issues. I just decided that I would rather get a new housing piece,but ever time I locate one,they are unavailable. I called Troy Bilt and they haven't been able to help either. Sears has a listing of most parts on PDF (Housing assembly
PART NUMBER: 1766658001) but it comes up unavailable. I am trying to get it back together by spring and think I may have to locate one used. Anyone know where I could look or try to locate parts? I have been internet searching and calling for 4 days now and I an at my wits end.
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IIRC, that machine was originally made by KIMCO before they sold out to Troy-Bilt. The KIMCO version was very good in its day, and was still OK, albeit expensive, as a Troy-Bilt machine.
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