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Part # T-2583-BJN | Model Year 22-27
This unit replaces your old style roller bearing and thrust bearing assembly with modern ball and tapered bearings. Instructions included U.S.A
Part # T-2580 | Model Year 09-27
Install between the back of the oil pan and the ball cap. Keep the grease in the ball joint where it will do more good than on the driveway. U.S.A.
Part # T-2586 | Model Year 11-21
On the early T's that used a sleeve inside the drive shaft roller bearing housing. This set screw went into a hole in the sleeve to hold it in place. U.S.A.
Part # T-2582 | Model Year 09-27
After a new T-2581 drive shaft bushing is installed, the face must be cut to install the universal joint properly. This tool slips inside the bushing and cuts the face where the universal makes contact. U.S.A.
Part # T-2581-P | Model Year 09-27
A special tool used for removing the T-2581 drive shaft bushing from the torque tube. U.S.A.
Part # T-2595 | Model Year 09-27
This drive shaft is made in the U.S.A. A very high quality part. Correct in all of the dimensions.
Part # T-2595-AT | Model Year 09-27
Used to twist the drive shaft when installing the rear end under the T. U.S.A.
Part # T-2584 | Model Year 12-21
Studs to hold the bearing spool on the back end of the torque tube to the rear end. Studs were used on the closed style spools that encased the studs. 6 required. U.S.A.
Part # T-2584-CB | Model Year 11-22
Special castle nuts for the drive shaft bearing studs. Used with T-2584 studs. 6 are required. U.S.A.