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wheeliepower

Because the shipping of spare parts from usa to Germany is very expensive, I built this part of my handbrake because it did not work

 

Unfortunately I have to paint it black because I do not have red "wheel horse" color

 

After the installation, the function test follows

 

regards

 

manfred

 

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oliver2-44

That should work!

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OILUJ52

Looks good Manfred.

Something I have done for parts going to Europe. If you know someone traveling to the states and need some small not to heavy parts they can bring them back. I have shipped to an address where that person is and they packed it in their luggage.

Just a thought.

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953 nut

:WRS:

:text-coolphotos:                           That looks better than the factory part.                         :handgestures-thumbupright:

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wheeliepower

function test successfully completed :thumbs:

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wheeliepower

progress

I have now installed a hour meter. I think it's important to have if I use a motor without oil filter.

 

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wheeliepower

then i have worried an accident trailer. he has cost $ 35. I had to install a new access pipe.

Then I built a box of wood for transporting tools and still mounted a support wheel and magnetic tail lights.

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wheeliepower

next i install a working ammeter. but it still takes parts come from usa.

I still need a picture of the lawnmower deck from below (where you can see the blades). There I have to fix the sheets between the knives.

 

who can do a picture, I would be very grateful

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wheeliepower

one more part I had to make myself, the grip of the lever of the belt pretension of the drive belt.

 

Unfortunately, the import from the US is very expensive, so my low budget version :rolleyes:

 

 

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