Model #SYSTEM 25 HARRIS SYSTEMS INC. Welder

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Q:

DRM500 replacement part needed

A:

Having to get the proper parts for your tractor can be difficult. While you are waiting for a detailed reply from an expert I would recommend revisiting the Sears parts direct website were you may find a direct number to speak with a parts associate in regards to getting the right part. Hope this helps!

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Priscilla V -
September 27, 2012
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i already talked to a parts associate, they told me the part i need is not available the part is listed on the page i linked to, but it shows "no longer available"

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Ben ganes -
September 27, 2012
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Thank you for your question on the front rim for the riding mower.

I do not know the Craftsman model number from the DRM 500 but I think the 247.27022 may be the same.

Please look at the link below for the tire and wheel together as on part number since the rim is not available as an individual part. It appears to be the same size.

Front rim and tire for riding mower model 247.27022 .

If you think this will work please let me know.

Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
October 01, 2012
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the drm500 IS the 247.27022,thats the product number for the drm500 (they dont list drm500 on the sears site) and as i stated in m y original topic (which included a link to the 247.27022) that part is not available(as in they dont make it anymore) so i am looking for a wheel from a similar tractor(which i have no clue of) that would possibly fit

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Ben ganes -
October 01, 2012
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Thank you for the update but the parts link above shows that the tire and rim assembly is in stock and if you click on the blue link above it should let you order it. This should match your rider�s tire and rim and be an 11x4.00x4 tire and rim. If it will not let you order it please let me know because the system say�s there are 25 in stock. Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
October 01, 2012
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Where should a well pump be located?

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Pumps and wells are often divided into shallow well systems (25 feet or less in depth) and deep well systems (more than 25 feet). What's magic about 25 feet? There's nothing exactly magic about 25 feet, although there is magic at about 34 feet. This is roughly the distance that atmospheric pressure can push water uphill against a vacuum. Atmospheric pressure is about 14.7 psi. One psi can push water up 2.31 feet. Theoretically, 14.7 psi can push water up almost 34 feet. Since pumps can't create a perfect vacuum and because there is resistance in the piping, a practical limit of about 25 feet applies. Let's put it another way. A pump can pull water up about 25 feet. If the water is more than 25 feet below the pump, we're going to have to do something different. This brings us to the pump location.



The pump can be located inside the building, at the top of the well (or the edge of the lake), or it can be located at the bottom of the well or on the lake bottom, for instance. Pumps are much better at pushing water than pulling it. It's great if we can put the pump down in the water. The downside is we have to make the electric-powered pump watertight so it can be submerged in water.

Another advantage of putting the pump in the well is that we don't have to worry about priming the pump. Pumps are really good at moving water, but not very good at moving air. A pump that sucks air instead of water may quickly destroy itself. Priming the pump means that we have water available to the inlet side of the pump.

Pumps located above the water usually have a foot valve at the bottom of the intake. This valve prevents the water draining out of the suction line of the pump when the pump is not working.



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expert -
Sears Technician
April 26, 2007