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I was getting my riding mower ready for another season, changed the oil, filter, and I tilted the mower on it’s side to change the blades, just as I do year after year (my tractor is about 12 years old!) so once I was done and I got the mower back I found this piece laying on the ground. I have carefully examined the deck and I can’t seem to find where this would go. I tried checking the manual and a couple websites to see if I could identify the piece and no luck, anyone know where this goes? Thank you in advance!
I am active with a couple of food banks and many of those are connected to community gardens. Red Square members like their seat time. So if you have a plow, tiller and later on a cultivator find one of these gardens and offer to help. There are people who need food and fresh produce is a real gift. And you meet some nice people in the process of doing some good.
My father has the above listed tractor and found that it had a crack in the exhaust manifold that water in the engine and froze.
He has come to the conclusion that the oil pump Drive gear ON the cam is sheared or broken... requiring a new cam.
ALL answers/ info are welcome!
Overall, how much of a project is it to replace a cam?
Front suspension removal?
How much engine disassembly?
Do we need to replace the lifters as well as we would in a car/truck engine? (I'm thinking yes)
Other than the obvious cam, oil pump, and gaskets, what other parts?
Whatever you can tell is appreciated !!!!