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17 year collection of parts and a couple of tractors and cart.
By Fun Engineer
I just posted a few pictures.
I've closed all my other classified posts, I think, and lumped everything into this post.
We are selling our house and don't have the room to store my collection of parts and all my tractors so I'm selling a majority of the parts and a couple of tractors. Some highlights are a good condition GT 1848 $425, C-81 $150 with a broken connecting rod, two wheel tub cart $150, extra running K341 and K181. Lots of K181 parts, NOS Lawn Ranger tie rods and wheel spindles and lots of refurbished parts, re-plated parts and other stuff. A VERY GOOD original condition high back two piece seat panels metal seat pan included for the c-series tractors (not on list) $120 plus shipping. Media blasted, powdercoat 12x5 wheels $70 +shipping.
I have pictures that I can email or pm you of everything listed.
I will be willing to offer someone a sweet deal if they were to purchase everything that's left and make this process easier for me.
Here's an opportunity to add to your collection and acquire some hard to find NOS parts and other needed parts and items.
Make me an offer on any parts. Maybe we can work out a deal.
Im attaching the entire three page list as a PDF.
Fun Engineer Project tractors and parts for sale.pdf.pdf
location of Oil plug on C161 Auto, sundstrand
By Horse's ass
I can't seem to locate the oil plug on the transmission/hydro of the C161 auto. Can someone please show me where the heck it is!?!? I would think it was right on the bottom somewhere near the filter but I do not see or feel anything that looks like a oil drain.....
Thanks for your help,
1960's Lawn Ranger Belt Tension Issue
Hey guys, I'm new to the forum (very thankful to have found it) and a fairly new Wheel Horse owner. I believe my tractor is an early 1960's E32 Lawn Ranger. I haven't been able to pin point the age or exact model yet. Here is the problem I am currently having. My barn find did not have an engine so I used a predator 212cc as a replacement. I have found a pretty good pulley for the engine, but seem to be having trouble finding the best length to utilize the clutch/brake function. I have moved the engine back a bit to allow clearance for the hood. I have two 1/2" v-belts that I am trying to work with, one is a 61" and the other is a 62".
I have also read and recently learned that the belt cover must be on to make sure the belt doesn't spin off. However, I can't seem to get the rear transmission pulley to stop spinning when I engage the clutch pedal. The belt definitely seems loose enough when using the 62" since it will literally fall off when I engage the pedal all the way. It even seems a bit loose when only pressing half way down. Anyway, I have posted a few pics to show what I am talking about. Any help on proper belt tension would be greatly appreciated. Glad to be here!
8 speed transmission
This is a 1997 or newer transmission according to the casting number for the side case - I'm thinking its a 1997. Never used - never had oil in it. It had some rust in a few spots so I sandblasted it and painted it with some red paint I had. I didn't do the hubs.
I decided to replace the seals and gasket since its been sitting for all these years.
Local pickup only.
Necessary to change Hydro Transmission Oil
I'm new to this site, and have a basic question. I have a 1986 312A, with 865 hours on it on which the hydrostatic transmission fluid has never been changed. Is it necessary/recommended to change the fluid at this point, or not? What replacement fluid should I use? Is the NAPA 1410 the best filter to use? Thanks, Barry