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rmaynard last won the day on January 6 2017

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About rmaynard

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    The Brake Lining Guy
  • Birthday 03/10/1950

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    New Windsor, Maryland
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    Retired home improvement contractor, and office equipment dealer.
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  1. I bought a 1/2" bore pulley and took it to the machine shop. They wanted $50 just to bore the hole (minimum set-up charge they said), and another $25.00 to broach the keyway. I told them to forget it. So I too am still looking for a 9/16" keyed pulley as well.
  2. I don't know about this pulley, but the one on my ARC-500 is straight bore 9/16" ID with key. Very hard to find.
  3. C-120 Dash Plate

    I'm away for the weekend. When I get home I will send you a picture of what I have.
  4. C-120 Dash Plate

    I've got a couple of them. Does yours have the tortoise and hare symbols for the throttle or not?
  5. Shipping can be costly, but if the tranny is in decent condition, you could get between $75 to $150 for it locally. Hubs alone bring anywhere from $35.00 to $65.00 each on eBay.
  6. Wanted: 854 Tie Rod

    Have you tried our vendor Wheelhorseman? He makes and sells them.
  7. Craigslist find

    Here's a thought. If you buy it for $150, and the deck is in good shape, I will give you $150 for the deck. Net cost ZERO. PM me if interested.
  8. Pat need mower deck info

    Do you have a mule drive and proper belt? If so, nothing special is needed to attach it. Which deck do you have from the 416-H?
  9. Craigslist find

    I'd buy it for the deck alone if it is in good shape.
  10. 520H for sale questions

    You said that the brake barely works. Are you referring to the actual brake or the hydro brake (neutral position)? If it's the neutral position, that sounds like linkage. The actual brake can be fixed by replacing the lining with a new one.
  11. Blue Ford Explorer and a C-100...who was it??

    Maybe one of our "law enforcement" guys can run the tag number.
  12. Relocation Time

    Wow, what can I say Tom? Maybe... "that there is a RV Clark"... I'll miss you and Sue at the shows that's for sure. But what's better than a road trip? I just hope that you fare better than Clark Griswald. Safe journeys and please don't forget about all of us.
  13. My new shop

    Wow. That is just what I have been dreaming of for the last twenty years. However, whenever the idea is floated, the wife always gives it a thumbs down with a "why don't you just get rid of some of your junk? Building a bigger building will just encourage you to get more". Well duh!? Anyway, great building Jason.
  14. Having looked at the pictures, I think you have a problem similar to what happens when you leave a water glass on a table and a white ring appears in the finish from the condensation. Condensation formed under the tarp and was unable to evaporate since the tarp was plastic. The moisture soaked into and under the top layer of the finish. I would try an old furniture repair trick of heating the white area with a hairdryer. Another trick we did was to place a clean towel on a tabletop and put a warm iron on the towel. The moisture under the finish would heat up and wick out into the towel.
  15. Happy Birthday Glen.

    Happy Birthday Glen. Hope you have a great day.