Problem: will not crank on its own, will crank with jump box—but still not fire
Recent things I did prior to this issue: cleaned fuel filter, replaced battery cables, replaced cable from ignition to starter
I have my test light out and am probing around.
There is no power at ignition/magneto wire or the ignition/starter wire
There is power everywhere else
This is more a general question but has anyone used a quick attach system for a GT FEL? I was thinking of adding one to my loader to use start switching between my bucket and forks ( hopefully a blade soon). If you did how did you do it? Did you use the SSQA system? My biggest concern is adding a bunch of extra weight to a GT loader but I really hate swapping between the two. Pictures would be fantastic.
With a front end loader for these tractors how important is a ladder type subframe? Does the cross piece in the front have to connect where the towers are? Can the frame where the towers are just mount to the frame and go back to the transmission or is that cross piece critical where the towers mount? Could it be set further back with the same effect or would it not be the same? I know it is important to go back to the transmission so if you hit something you don't snap the frame, but how critical are the cross members?
Didn’t get to swap the loader out for the 44” 2-stage snowblower and cab on the 520-H before the Christmas Day storm. I had the engine out to redo the top end (decarbon, clean and reseat valves, New gaskets, New fuel pump, tubing, filter, plugs and properly seat camshaft Welch plug) so no time to switch over before storm. It’s just another excuse to use the loader! Merry Christmas everyone🌲🎅🏻
Never saw one before so I had to build it. 200 lbs of rocks and gouged out an old stump. No fail. The little son-of-a-buck wouldnt quit. I love it.
The little LR will never plow a field but dont ever say its not robust enough for ground engagement. Thats nonsense.
Just another example of how they built lawn equipment in the 60's. I have a bone stock LR from '66 that I would never change.
Great to have both a Jekyll and a Hyde.