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  1. Kroil Penetrating Oil?

    i did try it and it work pretty good,the acetone make the transmission liquid very fluid .and they stay mix together
  2. Kroil Penetrating Oil?

    did anyone ever try home made penetrating oil. very easy 50% transmission fluid 50% acetone just mix it and apply or pressure it in a can to use own experience very very good and cheap try it
  3. operating engine rpm D180 K482

    i have a D180 with an engine K482 ,as you know it is not young anymore but it is working perfectly . the big question is how high can we rev. the engine safely,without not having to worry . if we pass a piston through the block or passing some valves through the head or breaking the crankshaft ect. !!!!!! according to some mechanics and automotive technicians ,the engine is made to work at its maximum this is 3600 rpm. it says to avoid having problems with the hydrostatic system , the engine needs its max rpm . so what is the middle ??? and safely control??? need technical suggestions thanks
  4. thanks RON ,the rotation was not a problem,i would of use the rear pto . lol
  5. hi ROB what is very important is to control the rpm of the shreader ,i did calculate , same as if it would be the engine max rpm 3600 rpm at full I would get rid of the bad engine completely and support the impeller properly with a new shaft and a couple of flange or pillow style bearings and drive it with a vee belt off the engine via a clutch. A shear pin in the new impeller shaft and driven pulley would be a must have. As stated before, the unit needs to be mounted solidly to the tractor frame. I'm only familiar with farm tractor PTO's. I think they're only either 550 or 1000 RPM. What is the rpm of the D and is it fast enough to spin a chipper/chopper? hi RONHATCH basekly This project finally came to the top of my list when I saw the amount of blackberry vines I need to dispose of this fall. I stripped the non running engine down including valve removal. I left the piston in. Added a Vee pulley to the flywheel. Some wheel chocks and spacers to tighten the belt. I know the chipper is turning in reverse....I have put a reverse twist in the belt, and the initial test seems OK. Some concerns are the small size of the flywheel key. I have replaced the aluminum shear key with a steel key. The radial loading on the pulley end may be a problem....time will tell. Keep in mind this chipper is for vines, weeds, and leaves. No wood. very job , similar to what i was building, make shure you control your maximum rpm ,that should be aprox 3600 Easy to do, but the real question is - would the knives and shreader be able to handle that much torque? They do make chippers that run from tractor PTO's but their internal components are much thicker, to withstand the amount of hp/tque. that the tractor will be delivering. Rob hi ROB what is very important is to control the rpm of the shreader ,i did calculate , same as if it would be the engine max rpm 3600 rpm at full I would get rid of the bad engine completely and support the impeller properly with a new shaft and a couple of flange or pillow style bearings and drive it with a vee belt off the engine via a clutch. A shear pin in the new impeller shaft and driven pulley would be a must have. As stated before, the unit needs to be mounted solidly to the tractor frame. I'm only familiar with farm tractor PTO's. I think they're only either 550 or 1000 RPM. What is the rpm of the D and is it fast enough to spin a chipper/c I would get rid of the bad engine completely and support the impeller properly with a new shaft and a couple of flange or pillow style bearings and drive it with a vee belt off the engine via a clutch. A shear pin in the new impeller shaft and driven pulley would be a must have. As stated before, the unit needs to be mounted solidly to the tractor frame. I'm only familiar with farm tractor PTO's. I think they're only either 550 or 1000 RPM. What is the rpm of the D and is it fast enough to spin a chipper/chopper? hi RONHATCH basicaly you can modify any implements by by changing the diameter of your pulley but it is tricky . first i want to avoid using to much rpm and torque on my old D180 ,so i give around 2000 rpm because as you know , it is not new model , also second try to give an rpm of 3600 at the chipper but with my calculation i do rev. it more at 4000 rpm ,my empty crankcase is fill above the crankshaft for cooling ,it has been trouble free, what i don.t like is when you need the chipper for a bit of time ,it does take quite of time to set it up together . MVI_1431.AVI
  6. very job , similar to what i was building, make shure you control your maximum rpm ,that should be aprox 3600 Easy to do, but the real question is - would the knives and shreader be able to handle that much torque? They do make chippers that run from tractor PTO's but their internal components are much thicker, to withstand the amount of hp/tque. that the tractor will be delivering. Rob hi ROB what is very important is to control the rpm of the shreader ,i did calculate , same as if it would be the engine max rpm 3600 rpm at full I would get rid of the bad engine completely and support the impeller properly with a new shaft and a couple of flange or pillow style bearings and drive it with a vee belt off the engine via a clutch. A shear pin in the new impeller shaft and driven pulley would be a must have. As stated before, the unit needs to be mounted solidly to the tractor frame. I'm only familiar with farm tractor PTO's. I think they're only either 550 or 1000 RPM. What is the rpm of the D and is it fast enough to spin a chipper/chopper? hi RONHATCH basekly I would get rid of the bad engine completely and support the impeller properly with a new shaft and a couple of flange or pillow style bearings and drive it with a vee belt off the engine via a clutch. A shear pin in the new impeller shaft and driven pulley would be a must have. As stated before, the unit needs to be mounted solidly to the tractor frame. I'm only familiar with farm tractor PTO's. I think they're only either 550 or 1000 RPM. What is the rpm of the D and is it fast enough to spin a chipper/chopper? hi RONHATCH basicaly
  7. hi ROB what is very important is to control the rpm of the shreader ,i did calculate , same as if it would be the engine max rpm 3600 rpm at full I would get rid of the bad engine completely and support the impeller properly with a new shaft and a couple of flange or pillow style bearings and drive it with a vee belt off the engine via a clutch. A shear pin in the new impeller shaft and driven pulley would be a must have. As stated before, the unit needs to be mounted solidly to the tractor frame. I'm only familiar with farm tractor PTO's. I think they're only either 550 or 1000 RPM. What is the rpm of the D and is it fast enough to spin a chipper/chopper? hi RONHATCH basekly
  8. Too bad you don't have a PTO clutch on that 875, not an OSHA approved chipper but being able to disengage it would be a good thing. I agree that some ridged connection to the is a must have, otherwise the torque and vibration from operation will certainly knock the belt out of alignment and turn it into a UFO ( unfriendly flying object). hi thanks for the comment no,i do have a D180 WHELL HORSE i have a pto in front and back ,i will post my pictures soon .i use turnbuckle for adjustment , there is also bolts for holding both together Too bad you don't have a PTO clutch on that 875, not an OSHA approved chipper but being able to disengage it would be a good thing. I agree that some ridged connection to the is a must have, otherwise the torque and vibration from operation will certainly knock the belt out of alignment and turn it into a UFO ( unfriendly flying object). hi.
  9. Engine parts for D180

    factory dog very easy he has everything about wheel horse d180 it is also what i own a d180 Joes Outdoor Power http://api.viglink.com/api/click?format=go&jsonp=vglnk_14246631936629&key=6f023ca6b1a05bd6055a4873d96dc7f0&libId=9188d3a4-5a28-4713-a615-6fa77c3d82b1&loc=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.mytractorforum.com%2Fforumdisplay.php%3Ff%3D206&v=1&out=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.joesoutdoorpower.com%2F&ref=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.mytractorforum.com%2Fshowthread.php%3Ft%3D113020&title=Joes%20Outdoor%20Power%20-%20MyTractorForum.com%20-%20The%20Friendliest%20Tractor%20Forum%20and%20Best%20Place%20for%20Tractor%20Information&txt=Joe%27s%20Outdoor%20Power good luck there is some other if there is no luck
  10. Electric Garden Fence Questions

    what about ELVIS lol
  11. Electric Garden Fence Questions

    each case could be a bit different ,you have rabbits,we don`t but none of them like the electric fence !
  12. WH NUT I LIKE YOUR COMMENT,YOUR RIGHT,the model i have, has seal bushing at each of the crank .the shaft that is connected to the flywheel side will be sitting on a pillow block 3/4 diameter raising at 4 inches,to protect the strength on at bushing, i decide to keep the flywheel to regularize the inertia on the crank,the crank should not over heat ,he is just ``an intermediate`` bathing in cool oil between the chipper and the tractor . remember i use this chipper-shredder only for leaves and fast garden composting,no woods . yves
  13. HI SHALLOWWATERSAILOR, thanks for the picture ,.it is basically what i am getting set up to built ,thanks for the picture.we have different engine model but we are getting the same result . i see ,they put the chipper on a hill of gravel,to make the same level as the tractor,it is an idea .if one day they have a chance to put their hand on a pair of wheels with a bigger diameter,they will have the same height equal,and they could move the chipper around .
  14. HI EKENNELL we are sharing the same project.like you said, i will remove the casings of the recoil starter ,the flywheel probably ,the whole piston set up , at the end the engine will be acting like an intermediate between my D-180 - K 482 PTO and the chipper,and the crankshaft will be like drive shaft only bathing in a oil bath . The reason i am using the front of the engine of the d-180 is because i need the right rotation,by doing the opposite ( back pto )would be the wrong direction of the chipper .on flywheel side the thread crankshaft will be extended with an arbour 3/4 x ----- inch with a keyway to receive a square key and a pulley driven by a v-belt heavy duty over the clutch pto .( for sizing go on this site for the proper size http://www.blocklayer.com/pulley-belteng.aspx ) i will probably use an idler pulley to keep the proper belt tension ,good luck too YVES
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