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GT-14 Transaxle Questions and Hello

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Good info in this thread. Tagging it.

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Never mind, I found all the answers rereading. Lucky you had the parts tranny. I have to wait three weeks for a new sleeve.

 

Pinball, do you still have the other relief valve sleeve from your doner transmissions? Part number 7049? I'd be interested in buying it if you do. the one I ordered won't come for two to three weeks. If you have one to sell, I coul dget it this week. Please respond or message me. thanks.

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Well my GT 14 is back together for the most part...just the rear lights to wire up and the seat cushion to redo.  I went out to remove the pump this past weekend and just couldn't do it.  It runs and does pull so I decided to leave the freshening up of the pump for another time.  I just have too many things going on to jump into this right now.  Rather than working on the pump I finished  the paint and put it all back together including the new wheel weights.  I still need to get the plow ready for winter but that is something that I can do in the fall after my Son's wedding in September.  I have a ton of questions about things I want to do to this tractor but will wait until I am ready and have a little more time.  Thanks for all of the help with it so far.  This is a great forum and I have a lot of reading to do over the winter.  Here is what it looks like right now.   Time to sell the Ranch King :)  Thanks again for the help.

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:text-coolphotos:           looks like new.

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Been there. 

 

It it took me 2 years to get a round tuit. 

 

Come to to find out it's a rare bird:-)

 

great looking tractor!

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