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    PawPaw, you may (??) have more than 1...

    PawPaw, you may (??) have more than 1 problem...but probably not!

    PTO coil getting hot: 3 items will overheat your coil, engine heat, low resistance, or high voltage. I'm thinking if engine got...
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    Matt, He He! Ya can't blame windrows on the...

    Matt, He He! Ya can't blame windrows on the blade, sounds more like "operator error" to me! Keep after your lawn and you're gonna luv the gators, whether you collect clippings or not. Bob
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    Henry, Oil cooler kit was originally offered as...

    Henry, Oil cooler kit was originally offered as an option for (at least) the 322 & 332, but it is now NLA. Bob
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    I have 2 tractors with Mod 46 decks on them and...

    I have 2 tractors with Mod 46 decks on them and both have JD Predator blades. One deck uses a Trac-Vac, that I've used with "standard" JD blades and now Predator, and one simply has a piece of sheet...
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    I got rid of my KT-17 and replaced it with a B&S...

    I got rid of my KT-17 and replaced it with a B&S so I can't look! If memory serves me, you have a single bolt/stud getting power from your solenoid. Run a jumper from that stud to the pos + on your...
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    Loosen nuts completely, then run up finger tight....

    Loosen nuts completely, then run up finger tight. Then tighten 1/2 turn in a criss cross manor. Tighten a total of 2-1/2 turns. Bob
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    Farmall, my 314 has a lock nut under both knobs....

    Farmall, my 314 has a lock nut under both knobs. Loosen lock nut about a turn and then turn knob(s). If lock nut turns with knob, keep turning! The deck stop screw needs to come up quite a bit to...
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    Not 100% sure on a 400, but the 3xx series hydro...

    Not 100% sure on a 400, but the 3xx series hydro units have the filter on the suction side of the charge pump, so filter is under suction/vacuum rather than pressure.

    Again, can't say 100% for the...
  9. Thread: Tiller part

    by rwmeyer
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    Doug, A better idea is for him to create an...

    Doug, A better idea is for him to create an account at jd.parts.deere.com and make his own...as well as others needed as time goes by! Bob
  10. Thread: 330 project

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    Yanmar diesel? About 9000 hours with regular...

    Yanmar diesel? About 9000 hours with regular maintenance. Bob
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    Ed, Removing the entire transaxle will not really...

    Ed, Removing the entire transaxle will not really help you. After removing, now you'll have something lying on the floor that will move around when you pull on the brake drum! LOT's of penetrating...
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    Deere, Not a problem as long as you don't post a...

    Deere, Not a problem as long as you don't post a link here to wfmfiles.com for a copyrighted JD document. (Had my hand slapped once!) If you're trying to help someone, tell them to do an online...
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    If this is the lever for "float", you'll need to...

    If this is the lever for "float", you'll need to pull end of valve apart. Detent balls probably rusted. Bob
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    I put the SEW B&S 18 hp in my 317. Installation...

    I put the SEW B&S 18 hp in my 317. Installation is a piece of cake! Bolts right in, pto fits fine, driveshaft bolts in, all wiring attaches easily. I had to cut a small 1/2" dia x 1/4" deep notch to...
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    With as sandy as your soil appears to be, a few...

    With as sandy as your soil appears to be, a few hundred feet of plowing with shine that plow share right up...but those few hundred feet will be tough going!

    Think of sliding a sheet of 60 grit...
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    Jim, Give some thought as to which hole is the...

    Jim, Give some thought as to which hole is the "second hole" ! In the tech manual I'm looking at, it shows an "oil feed hole" in the center portion of the rod (in your right photo) and an "oil vapor...
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    Erik, I don't know if you're familiar with...

    Erik, I don't know if you're familiar with hydraulic's work but cleanliness is of the utmost importance. Before any reassembly, wash parts thoroughly. Check rod and pistons for burrs and...
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    Nope, never rebuilt one myself, only read threads...

    Nope, never rebuilt one myself, only read threads of others doing it. Bob
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    Richard, I bought a TracVac about 3 years ago....

    Richard, I bought a TracVac about 3 years ago. Similar to your unit but bolts to rear of tractor, rather than a hitch. It was a new unit from the factory and one item they needed to know was make &...
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    Erik, Steering cylinder, and other welded...

    Erik, Steering cylinder, and other welded cylinders, are repairable. Grind/machine weld at PISTON end and NOT ROD end, replace seals & packings, and reweld. Bob
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    I've had a few engines apart, but never a...

    I've had a few engines apart, but never a Tecumseh, so I can't give any experienced knowledge. I DO AGREE with your "visualizations" !!
    No info in your handbook or online? Any mower/small engine...
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    Just thinking out loud here. Perhaps engine was...

    Just thinking out loud here. Perhaps engine was rebuilt before using the wrong rod. I see no problem with plugging the second oil hole IF YOU KNOW which one to plug. I'd think it would be the one...
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    Something just "clicked" with me! You said, "1/4"...

    Something just "clicked" with me! You said, "1/4" male it would not click in properly?" Are you talking tube fittings or disconnects to JD couplers? If the male portion of the disconnect,...
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    JD fittings are standard fittings. 37 JIC one...

    JD fittings are standard fittings. 37 JIC one end and NPT on other end.

    Unless you're attach to existing JD/JIC fittings, I'd use compression/ferrule type fittings...no flaring! Just cut to...
  25. Legend: A Pulley key B Woodruff key C Pulley...

    Legend:
    A Pulley key
    B Woodruff key
    C Pulley
    D Housing
    E Snap ring (2)
    F Blade
    G Spring (Belleville) washer
    H Blade bolt
    I Spindle
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