Message Board - Machinery: rover 45 cylinder mower

Posted 1 Aug 2011 peter cloth Last edited: 1 Aug 2011

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Does anyone know what this part is and if it is easily sourced.

Attached is a photo which shows the part. It has started to fail and is damaging the shaft.

The clutch fork assembly pushes on this part which then activates the clutch cone.

Thanks

Peter

Avatar: New Zealand Posted 2 Aug 2011 Sumomosr

It's a collar acting as the thrust bearing surface. Call it a Thrust Collar.

Rover is distributed in Oz by the MTD people so a local dealer for Cub Cadet etc. and in a quirk of their family tree, Rover owns Sott Bonnar so one of the SB dealers also should be able to source parts for you.

| have to say the clutch fork looks rather 'domestic' quality and is a good indication of the gap between this level and the big players. (Red, Orange, Green)

Replace both the collar and the fork after you clean up the shaft damage.

GOGGA

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