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AMC RULES

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pullstart

:text-welcomeconfetti:  Nice rig, it’ll do well with that Kohler purring under the hood!

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Ed Kennell

Nice 700....:text-welcomeconfetti: to the :rs:

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Mows4three

Welcome aboard.    Looks like a LOT of space in that shop.   Be careful.   These tractors breed pretty fast!  

 

Cheers!

 

Dave

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Daddy Don

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oliver2-44

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A few of us have Case L&G Tractors as well. 

We'd enjoy seeing pictures :wwp: of what you have.

You can post them in the Other brands section. 

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Tractorhead

:text-welcomeconfetti: to :rs:

 

Think the reason of not beeing able to sold that Tractor must be a Sign...

 

Congrats

looking good

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rjg854

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SylvanLakeWH

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Achto

:WRS: Nice tractor!! Good choice going with the K181.

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953 nut
9 hours ago, MAJ B. said:

Original engine was gone and replaced with a B&S 8 hp. Sold that and did some trading for a K181S and fuel tank. That's rebuilt now and installed. Got the rectifier mounted today.

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:text-coolphotos:            God decision going with a Kohler engine.    :handgestures-thumbupleft:      The rectifier you have purchased may not serve you very well. ti was intended to be mounted in the flywheel cover of the engine where it would be cooled by air movement. for external mounting you will want one like this.

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gwest_ca

Welcome to the forum.

Click on the picture in the link.

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WHX24

:WRS:

 

Might have to agree with Richard. Those regs do get a bit toasty when trying to charge a marginal battery. Looks like the same one as on a KT and they need to well grounded. 

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bottjernat1

:text-welcomeconfetti:to Wheelhorse anonymous! We cant cure you but we can help you!  :text-lol:

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peter lena

agree with 953nut , on the rectifier cooling area , I would also emphasize the detail grounding to anything in a build up , that's the time to use serrated ,slotted washers  and added grounding wire to insure electrical function , pete

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Zeek

That's a nice 700! You even have a nice factory seat, that's kind of rare to see them in that condition :handgestures-thumbupright:

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Stormin

 :text-welcomeconfetti:to :rs: :UK:

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johnnymag3

Scrape paint, use Dielectric grease to mount Rectifier also.....WELCOME TO THE CLUB....

 

JOHNNY

 

You can never ground something good enough :happy-bouncyshadowgreen:

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jay bee

:text-welcomewave: to :rs:

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BenBeen

Hi all! I'm new too.

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WHX24

:WRS: Ben 

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pullstart
22 hours ago, BenBeen said:

Hi all! I'm new too.


Welcome!  Thank you for your service!  Feel free to share a bit about you or your tractor(s)!

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jay bee

:text-welcomewave: Ben

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