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That's nice...I'm out here right now with the dash outta mine, got it down to bare metal...Im thinking about just clearcoating it. Or maybe clear top half and bottom black

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Well...if you do then you could add a decal at anytime if you want....

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It looks better in person really...more factory look. Much better than white. Sanded it all down to bare metal..clear coated it..then flat blacked the bottom of dash, then more clear coat ontop of that...shift plate got blacked and cleared as well.

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Here it is now..sanded down to bare metal, clear coated it, then blacked the bottom half, clear coat on top of that. Shift plate got sanded, blacked n clearcoated also.

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My square headlight switch has quit so I had to put a regular toggleswitch in its place until I can find one

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looks better than white in my opinion.

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Yeah I agree...do you know if you can still buy headlight switches for these?

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I am pretty please with the paint job, but not the paint itself....it pills right off, like plasti-dip. Should have clearcoated it I guess...but oh well, still much better than it was.

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I bought two of those switches on ebay a while back. Cole Hersee is the manufacturer of these Have not looked for them since
I did my tractor tho.

David

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I bought two of those switches on ebay a while back. Cole Hersee is the manufacturer of these Have not looked for them since
I did my tractor tho.

David

Appreciate it...yeah I found some "rocker" switches surfin the web today...also just got back in from fixing that sucking back in throttle...I put a regular lever type throttle on it. Mounted it right above the hydrolic lever, kinda under the dash, on driverside...don't look to bad...sure works alot better.

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I suppose this had the pull throttle...they are to be turned to tighten so they don't slip back in...mine was similar... I drilled the knob and shaft...put a small tension pin though it....filed it smooth...works OK now....

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Yes it was the pull type throttle. I tried everything to get it to work right..never would...I had a couple of these type throttles laying round here. N though what the heck...works much better...still having what I "hope" is a belt issue...won't pull a hill....I backed down my driveway...went to come back up, bout halfway, it started "cutting out" to the point it almost killed it, and it was smoking the belt as well...think its just been stretched too many times.

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Now that I'm a supporter, I'll try n post pics from start to present....

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OK let me try this again ....

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Hope this works..

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