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JD Model E Ice Cream Maker & Exhaust


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Old 08-04-2011, 11:13 PM
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Default JD Model E Ice Cream Maker & Exhaust

I recently purchased a John Deere E and have been contemplating what to do with it. It looks and runs great and I would like to put it to work. I have been reading countless articles on here about ice cream mixer setups and I cannot seem to find an answer to my question. Theoretically, most everyone's pulley sizes to the mixer should be close to the same size - since the engines run at or near the same speeds. Where do you get the pulleys at? I assume the shaft is just that, like 1" or 3/4" shaft, with bearings and set screws holding the pulleys on. I just can't seem to find much specific info about the size pulleys and where I can buy them. Also, nothing to do with the ice cream mixer, but how / where does a guy get the vertical chrome exhaust stack? Hopefully someone can solve all of my questions!
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Default Re: JD Model E Ice Cream Maker & Exhaust

The pullies bolt to the flywheel(either one), hit n miss will have pullies or watch ebay, or let me know I think I have an extra or two. Now if you are talking about modern V pullies then you will need an adapter, I see them from time to time on ebay also, hope this helps you !
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Default Re: JD Model E Ice Cream Maker & Exhaust

Massey,

Check out this site. Lots of good info on pulley size and RPM's to run the ice cream maker.

http://www.country-freezer.com/
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Default Re: JD Model E Ice Cream Maker & Exhaust

When I built my ice cream maker, I found a flat belt pulley on e-bay that I drive from the existing pulley on the engine, and bought the necessary v belt pulleys from Grainger. If I were doing it today, I would first try to find the v belt pulleys at Surplus Center, or from McMaster-Carr. I am using a Stover CT2 engine that has about a 4" pulley on it, and the flat belt pulley I found on e-bay is a 12". The others are sized to give me about 50 RPM at the freezer with an engine speed of 300 RPM.
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I may have some polished stainless that could be used for exhaust, PM if you want me to take a looksie...
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I read on some previous posts about the belt slipping when the ice cream is done, to avoid shearing off things. I think running a flat belt off the original flywheel (on the bolted on bell part) would be best and I guess Ill have to keep an eye out on Ebay for another flat pulley to put on the new shaft. Then on the other end, I will figure out what size V-belt pulley I need to slow it down to attach to the ice cream mixer.
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