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Maxwell-8
12 hours ago, pullstart said:


here’s some better Senior pictures... let’s not forget the Interco Interforce 27’s and showing what Poppy will climb.

 

 

 

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What tire pressure are you running? They seem low on air 

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Maxwell-8
12 hours ago, slim67 said:

suppose anyone can have good ideas now and then.

Yes, but those tires or parts, have to be available.

Here, we have to make our own pulleys. 

 

To little people here are handy, wanting to spend time making something. So parts are no existing. Ask @bizon

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pullstart
11 minutes ago, Maxwell-8 said:

What tire pressure are you running? They seem low on air 


There is no air in the tires.  They are so large and heavy duty, they stay on the rims just fine. :handgestures-thumbupright:

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pullstart
3 hours ago, Skipper said:

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31x15.5-15 and 20x10-8 :D

 

 


I’m one of those guys, I could look at that thing all day!

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JoeM

Not so much a "big tire" but I have a set of these and the side walls are heavy bead, directional traction and tough. 

 

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JoeM
14 hours ago, WVHillbilly520H said:

GOODYEAR/TITAN R14 Hybrid

 

that looks like a winner! 

 

Neighbor has R4's on the Kubota not real good other then dry asphalt, I like the R1 but lean toward the ATV style low profile tires.

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ebinmaine
1 hour ago, Maxwell-8 said:

What tire pressure are you running? They seem low on air 

 

1 hour ago, pullstart said:


There is no air in the tires.  They are so large and heavy duty, they stay on the rims just fine. :handgestures-thumbupright:

 

 

The tires I have on Cinnamon Horse are fluid filled and I've never checked the pressure in at least three years now...

There is some air in there but it may not be under pressure anymore. 

The fluid alone is more than enough to hold the tires to shape. 

 

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slim67
2 hours ago, Maxwell-8 said:

Yes, but those tires or parts, have to be available.

Here, we have to make our own pulleys. 

 

To little people here are handy, wanting to spend time making something. So parts are no existing. Ask @bizon

Sounds like Cuba where they still drive cars from the fifties

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Maxwell-8
41 minutes ago, slim67 said:

Sounds like Cuba where they still drive cars from the fifties

But here it is all the modern sh*t, run by computers, Good luck finding parts for anything older then 10 years old, except Stihl chainsaws, Briggs and stratton motors and cars.

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WVHillbilly520H
26 minutes ago, Maxwell-8 said:

But here it is all the modern sh*t, run by computers, Good luck finding parts for anything older then 10 years old, except Stihl chainsaws, Briggs and stratton motors and cars.

Sometimes here isn't much better but we do have a wealth of information on the WWW, but that info is only as good as those that have posted it, Partstree.com is a really good source for part numbers whether still made or NLA for most brands of lawn and garden equipment, lots of people on here poke fun at the green brand (myself included) but they do have one the largest coverage of parts for their equipment spanning many decades, it is unfortunate that most suppliers are actually letting service parts disappear either for budget/income constraints, EPA concerns, or the fact the product line was "killed" off and no longer made/sold (Toro with Wheel Horse) so many variables here, be thankful we have this community here for answers we can't always find elsewhere. Keep the faith.

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Maxwell-8
5 minutes ago, WVHillbilly520H said:

he fact the product line was "killed" off and no longer made/sold (Toro with Wheel Horse)

I went to a local Toro dealer, they didn't had ignition points for a kohler, yet the had a NOS Drive belt from Wheelhorse.

 

You need to have luck.

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Charbs152
17 hours ago, ebinmaine said:

 

I just did that today on Trina's 867. Super easy. Chain was off fleabay and I think less than $20. 

Nice..I have the old chain i took off the snowblower..Its junk so might as well use it on the tires...and its free except for a couple master links. i will have to get around to doing that soon.

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ebinmaine
26 minutes ago, Maxwell-8 said:

I went to a local Toro dealer, they didn't had ignition points for a kohler, yet the had a NOS Drive belt from Wheelhorse.

 

You need to have luck.

That's fairly easy to understand considering Kohler stop using points in the early 80s and Wheel Horse belts were used 15 or 20 years after that

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Maxwell-8
3 minutes ago, ebinmaine said:

That's fairly easy to understand considering Kohler stop using points in the early 80s and Wheel Horse belts were used 15 or 20 years after that

true, but kohler still exists WH not.

 

 

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Skipper
7 hours ago, slim67 said:

that takes it to a new level

 

 

Yes, but really, it's OK. The inmates run the asylum I'm told.........:lol:

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ebinmaine
15 minutes ago, Skipper said:

 

Yes, but really, it's OK. The inmates run the asylum I'm told.........:lol:

I just stay right away from the asylum...

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slim67
7 hours ago, Maxwell-8 said:

I went to a local Toro dealer, they didn't had ignition points for a kohler, yet the had a NOS Drive belt from Wheelhorse.

 

You need to have luck.

what about eliminating the points in favor of a electronic module conversion? I did that on an old briggs and it worked fine.

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Maxwell-8
1 minute ago, slim67 said:

what about eliminating the points in favor of a electronic module conversion? I did that on an old briggs and it worked fine.

I will try that after the rebuild! thanks!

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slim67
6 minutes ago, Maxwell-8 said:

I will try that after the rebuild! thanks!

Although the guy who owned the Toro dealer up the road didn't like them but its an option. They've been around awhile.

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ebinmaine
40 minutes ago, slim67 said:

They've been around awhile.

 

50 minutes ago, slim67 said:

what about eliminating the points in favor of a electronic module conversion? I did that on an old briggs and it worked fine.

 

I've had it done to a Briggs as well. Works great. 

 

Didn't know they were available for a Kohler K. 

 

You have a parts source or directions?

 

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p38js

26x12-12 on an 875

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slim67
36 minutes ago, ebinmaine said:

 

 

I've had it done to a Briggs as well. Works great. 

 

Didn't know they were available for a Kohler K. 

 

You have a parts source or directions?

 

I thought they were unviersally adaptable? Its been awhile since I did that conversion as I usually don't work on too many battery ignitions.

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slim67
3 minutes ago, p38js said:

26x12-12 on an 875

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Nice. I like it.:handgestures-thumbupright:

 

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ebinmaine
7 minutes ago, p38js said:

26x12-12 on an 875

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What did you have to do to stuff them meats under the fenders??

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p38js

Ebinmaine,

I trimmed a little off the seat pan/fender and run 10psi of air. Also I’m trying to put a twin Briggs on the old girl

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