Howie

Members
  • Content count

    126
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

63 Excellent

About Howie

  • Rank
    Advanced Member
  • Birthday 04/30/1945

Wheel Horse Information

  • tractors
    69 Raider 12, 72 Raider 12
    78 C141
  • favoritemodel
    Raider 12

Profile Information

  • Military Member
    Army
  • Location
    Rochester, IN
  • Occupation
    Retired

Recent Profile Visitors

760 profile views
  1. If the Kohler is like any other engine with the gear reduction box you will need a different crank. All I have seen have a short explained shaft. Have not pulled one of the Kohlers apart so I could be wrong on this.
  2. Nice looking tractor.
  3. The tie rods on my 69 Raider twelve are like the ones above. Have been on there about 20 years. Probably be better if they were bigger diameter but has worked.
  4. My old boss fixed a crank broken like that. Put it in a lathe bored and tapped it, cut a bolt off and put that piece in it. If I were doing that a little blue thread lock to hold it in place. This thing keeps changing words on me. I know that there would be cost on doing this. Spray it with penetrating oil let it soak. Do not like to but maybe a little heat.
  5. I have seen the bearing callout too, would like to see inside one!
  6. I bought a piece of 1/4 inch thick copper, took the key and found one of my hole saws that fit the key. Cut a piece out of the copper made sure it was the same as the woodruff key. Clamede it in the axle and welded around it. Axles were out so turned it down on lathe.
  7. That's why i changed the battery on my 1969 Raider.when I redid it three years ago. Got a tray to fit the battery and put it in. Put in one with enough cca's to crank it.
  8. You are going to be able to turn the valve when it is off the seat. Should not be able to turn it when closed. What is the valve clearance? It almost sounds like valve is not seating correctly. I say that because you stated it sounds like loss of compression out the carb.
  9. For me I get them at a local farm store. One tire shop in town has about the best prices here. They are very reasonable on installing them also. The ones mentioned already would be places to look. I change some myself and others I leave to the tire shop.
  10. Put tubes in the tires you have, unless they are split badly.
  11. I always reface the valves and cut the seats. Have a Neway seat cutter with thze cutter to narrow seats also.Also helps to have a valve grinder.
  12. Make sure that condenser is bolted down and grounded good thru the clamp. And if condenser slides out of the holder that it holds the condenser tight.
  13. Knock the sharp edge off of that hone it or bore it and use it. My K301 is similar to that and has been in service since 1985. It could be sleeved as mentioned above.
  14. I personally believe the shape of the notch plays a part in how tight the rod and rollers pull the hood down.Mine was worn quite a bit, bought another one and one side was not worn much. Had my original one welded up, made a pattern of the good notch cams used it to shape the welded area. Holds the hood nice and tight. Would never hold it tight before even with a piece of rubber glued on top.