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OK, I'm a critic, that battery clamp scares me.  If it were to move forward, or the battery back a bit, things could get ugly real fast.  The original went over the front corner with a piece of angle to keep it in place.

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9 minutes ago, lynnmor said:

OK, I'm a critic, that battery clamp scares me.  If it were to move forward, or the battery back a bit, things could get ugly real fast.  The original went over the front corner with a piece of angle to keep it in place.

That thought's crossed my mind too, the original clamp was missing and I had this laying around so I stuck it on there. I probably should get the correct one.  Thanks for reminding me. 

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1 hour ago, dclarke said:

That thought's crossed my mind too, the original clamp was missing and I had this laying around so I stuck it on there. I probably should get the correct one.  Thanks for reminding me. 

Maybe this will help you fab up one instead of buying,Jeff.

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6 hours ago, WVHillbilly520H said:

Maybe this will help you fab up one instead of buying,Jeff.

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Thanks, Jeff. That looks easy enough to make but I lost access to a welder when I retired a few months ago, until I convince the management around here that I need one it's  just easier to buy the hold down. I appreciate the help though. 

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Could always unretire if existing management won't cooperate :ychain:

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14 hours ago, WHX9 said:

Could always unretire if existing management won't cooperate :ychain:

Watch your language!!!!!:angry-nono:

 

I just hope I make it to retirement, and once there, I definitely wouldn't want to unretire.:no:  

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Wow Denny I like it,:handgestures-thumbupright: you sure do nice work. Really has me thinking someday I may  have to find  one of these .

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18 minutes ago, Shynon said:

Wow Denny I like it,:handgestures-thumbupright: you sure do nice work. Really has me thinking someday I may  have to find  one of these .

Thanks, Tom. What little I've driven this one I like it. Those Onan's sound pretty good. 

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Denny,

 

If you don't mind me asking, where did you get the replacement "footrest pads" that you just installed? I have a unit that needs them replaced too! Thanks in advance...........Gary

 

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12 minutes ago, GMan said:

Denny,

 

If you don't mind me asking, where did you get the replacement "footrest pads" that you just installed? I have a unit that needs them replaced too! Thanks in advance...........Gary

 

I got them from Eldon at classickitchensandmore.com....... Scroll down towards the bottom of his web page and you'll see Wheel Horse parts. 

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Posted (edited)

Maybe this helps with the footrest pads...thanks Denny...

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Ain't retirement great? You are doing an excellent job Denny.

 

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2 minutes ago, rmaynard said:

Ain't retirement great? You are doing an excellent job Denny.

 

Yes it is, Bob! Thanks!

9 hours ago, Fun Engineer said:

That looks amazing Denny. 👍

 

Dave, it looks better in the pics than it is but I'm happy with it. 

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1 hour ago, dclarke said:

Yes it is, Bob! Thanks!

Dave, it looks better in the pics than it is but I'm happy with it. 

Have a close friend that is retired tell me: A week of retirement consists of six Saturdays and one Sunday. I love every day of it. 😎

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1 hour ago, Fun Engineer said:

Have a close friend that is retired tell me: A week of retirement consists of six Saturdays and one Sunday. I love every day of it. 😎

The problem with retirement is that everyone thinks you don't have anything to do, and as most of us retirees know, that's not the case.

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Posted (edited)

Thanks Denny/WVHillbilly520H! I appreciate the response and the info included...............I will contact them......................Gary

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That thing looks like new, you know if you don't get any snow you can ship it to Minnesota I can put it to use:teasing-poke:

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Posted (edited)

Better than new. No Toro and foot control....

 

Looks great

 

Cleat

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20 minutes ago, Shynon said:

That thing looks like new, you know if you don't get any snow you can ship it to Minnesota I can put it to use:teasing-poke:

If we don't get any snow I may just sit on it in the garage, I've grown sorta attached to this thing. lol
 

 

17 minutes ago, cleat said:

Better than new. No Toro and foot control....

 

Looks great

 

Cleat

Thanks, Cleat!

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1 hour ago, Shynon said:

if you don't get any snow you can ship it to Minnesota

Rosemount , Minnesota that is...:D

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