kto434

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    300, 400, 500

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    Lewisburg, OH

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  1. Changed Status to Closed
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  3. Item sold!
  4. Absolutely fantastic! Thanks for sharing your work.
  5. Oh gosh, not upset at all (quite the contrary as I truly appreciate your recommendations/suggestions). I learn so much from you all and thank you for sharing your knowledge/experience. I will post some updated pics after I clean up the wiring--may be a while. Take care and thanks to all who have helped me. Van
  6. I may (probably will) rewire as you recommend/suggest (I appreciate your help) now I know the tractor runs/operates (I've mowed my 3/4 acre yard twice with it) and how to do the wiring. This project has been, for me (with very little mechanicking experience) a big project. I would like to clean up the wiring as you suggest. If I do so I'll post a few updated pics. I need to learn some of the wiring techniques you mention. Take care and thanks for everyone's helpful suggestions--much appreciated! Van
  7. sorry, i do not have a mounting bracket to include. it is a standard size so a single gauge bracket could be easily bought; it would also be easy to make one too
  8. Here is a brand new, never opened oil pressure gauge kit (includes gauge and install kit) to replace the vacuum gauge on a 520 with an oil pressure gauge OR add the oil pressure to any WH tractor with a Onan P216/18/20 motor. You can install the oil pressure gauge in place of the low oil motor kill sensor or in addition to that sensor (by using an easily obtained brass T-connector). This is a mechanical gauge requiring no electrical wiring. I got this as part of a WH gauge assortment and am selling off the extras. This kit uses copper tubing instead of plastic tubing making it heavier duty (my view). I had a 520-H that used plastic tubing and never had a problem, but I prefer copper over plastic (if you prefer plastic tubing, it is easily obtained online or at virtually any hardware or big box store--and will work equally well with this gauge). $25 includes shipping anywhere in continental US.
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  10. Hi all! I have a working, decent shape voltmeter for sale. It came with some other WH/Toro gauges I recently purchased. I hooked it up to my 416 and tested it while mowing today--it works great. I would like to get $20 for it (and will ship it only in the continental US--shipping is included in the price). Thanks, Bert I have a tachometer for sale from the same gauge lot in another listing if you are interested.
  11. Hi all! I have a working, decent shape tachometer for sale. It came with some other WH/Toro gauges I recently purchased. I hooked it up to my 416 and tested it while mowing today to make sure it works--it works great--very simple to wire--I can include wiring instruction if you like (for an Onan P216/18/20--it may work on other motors too, but I do not know how to wire it in on other motors). I would like to get $75 for it (and will ship it only in the continental US--shipping is included in the price). I know they sell for more, but members have been so generous helping me out I would like to pay that back a little by hopefully helping someone else. Thanks, Bert I have a nice, working voltmeter from the same gauge lot for sale in another listing if you are interested. I hooked it up this morning long enough to show it working in the attached vid. I took it as close to full throttle as I dared before it vibrated off the air cleaner cover--LOL. I hope the vid helps show condition/operation.
  12. With your help I got it running--sorry for poor pics quality I removed all wiring. Then rewired the starting circuit. Then the spark circuit. Then the charging circuit. I found the RR was not functioning so purchased an aftermarket replacement which works great so far. Next is to wire in the voltmeter.
  13. Thanks--I thought as much, but needed some hand-holding/confirmation. I appreciate your help. Van
  14. Has anyone added an oil pressure gauge to their 416-8, P216 Onan-powered tractor? If so, how did you do it. Also, is it possible to add a tachometer to a Onan P216 with the same hook up as a P220? Thanks.
  15. Thanks guys! I will try brake cleaner. The pack "looks" very clean to my untrained eye, but guess it could be dirty inside the pack.