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  1. Well I scored a free 4" linear actuator from a combine so I went ahead a built an electric rear lift. It's not the fastest thing but it definitely beats manually lifting! Right now it's just set up for my grader blade but I will be getting my cultivator and disc to work with it as well. Blade lifts to almost 5"
  2. Thinking about setting up an electric actuator for my rear hitch on my C165. I was wondering if I could put it up under the belly of the tractor and hook the rear cable to it and leave the manual lift handle for the mower deck. Would a 330 pound capacity actuator be enough?
  3. A-65 Elec-trac

    Mower works well. Sometimes the switch to operate the mower motors won't stay on so you have to hold it. Onboard charger does not work. I have 3 good batteries so you can try it before you buy it. Batteries are not included but are negotiable.
  4. Two of my 606's both have battery trays and electric start. Both with factory 606 tags. Now my question is why not just get a 656 from the dealer ship? Was it cheaper to get a 606 and upgrade the starter? Both have the proper key ignition switches as well.
  5. Electric PTO clutch

    Need a clutch to restore an Electro 12. Hopefully reasonably priced and shipped to me in Virginia. Thanks, Gary
  6. Hi I have a 1978 D200 wheelhorse powered by a Kohler twin cylinder engine It is used for grass cutting and has a 48inch cutting deck The manual PTO clutch is shot and I would like to fit an electric one Any ideas where to source a suitable one? Thanks Steve
  7. 520H Electric Fuel Pump

    Following the death of my 520H's fuel pump, I bought a low-pressure electric pump. The problem is, I know almost nothing about electrical systems, and I am wondering where to hook up the pump. I am thinking that I could use the pink line coming from the A terminal, but I'm not absolutely sure. I was also wondering if I could attach it with ring hooks to one of the meters. (piggy-backing) I'm not sure of the amps this uses, but it seems to have 14 gauge wire. To be safe, would adding a 20 amp fuse screw up the meters if I switched it in the place the 10 amp? This is the pump: Amazon I have an inline fuse holder if my ideas have been completely wrong.
  8. 1967 Reo ST-268 Snowblower. Works well but electric starter is shot. I have the starter manual (1 pager) but no model to reference. It's a Tecumseh electric starter and wondering if anyone knows a model # I could use to buy a new kit. Thanks! BTW I have full manual if anyone wants it .. I could upload a pdf if helpful. Thanks!
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