All 4 wood bearings were wore at a angle but not worn metal to metal so no damage done.
I couldn't find a new made wood bearing so I did research on several tractor forums.
Found were a farmer used plastic plumbing pipe for a permanent repair. I used a 2" plastic of correct length, then used another 1.5" pipe and cut a part out length wise so I could squeeze it together to fit into the 2" pipe and be a good tight fit on the axle shaft. There is no real movement inside the axle shaft or bearing housing.
Put everything back together and loaded the axle housing with grease through the grease zerk.
After 3 season of use it seems there is not real wear. I do only use the cultipacer for about 2 miles per year.
On 2nd thought I'm thinking the center piece of pipe was 1.5" and not 2" that has a cut out length wise.
That explains exactly how I did it. Memory just isn't what it used to be. LOL.
I'm just in the process of rebuilding an old drag disc and it needs bearings. I was going to use wood, but if the bearings that MK111 made are still holding up, I may go that route. Any updates?