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    110 RF assistance

    So the other afternoon the transaxle on my Ď65 110 RF seized. I think a gear or something sheered off, no biggie I have a spare. But in looking through the service manual I see a special part listed on pg 20-22 (256 on the pdf document) figure 52. I canít read any of the measurements in the pdf. Might someone have an original hard copy and be willing to take a picture for me so I can build this part please. Thanks in advance.


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    Terry you should have put this in the RF section. Without pictures I can't help you as I do not have a service manual. Roger

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    To be honest, Iím still trying to figure out this app on my phone. I couldnít even tell you what section it posted in at the moment, but I didnít intentionally post it in the wrong location and couldnít even begin to tell you Iíd know how to move it. If someone is able to relocate it to its proper location Iíd greatly appreciate it.

    But it is a part that is to be built. The manual shows the drawing but none of the dimensions are legible. So there is no part number.


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    Those special parts are to be able to mount the tractor to the Motor-Rotor repair stand. Those aren’t needed to remove the transaxle or to repair it. However, if you have one of those stands, I would be one seriously jealous individual!
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    You are correct, my hopes was to be able to take the original drawing and modify it through SOLIDWORKS to possible get it to work on my large build engine stand. If Iím able to get it work... Iíll upload the plans. Iím actually going to use my motorcycle lift to swap out the transaxle this time though.


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    And thank you for moving the post to the correct location.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Hooper View Post
    You are correct, my hopes was to be able to take the original drawing and modify it through SOLIDWORKS to possible get it to work on my large build engine stand. If I’m able to get it work... I’ll upload the plans. I’m actually going to use my motorcycle lift to swap out the transaxle this time though.


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    That works too! I’ll get you those dimensions out of my manual this evening.
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    Here’s the pictures.
    0B403597-446F-4910-9E82-4160DC24B62C.jpg

    3DB72197-853F-4C98-9E8E-8EBA4C2EDB0A.jpg

    Let me know if you need anything else.
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    1966 110
    1966 60 w/ deck
    46 Mower Deck
    Modified 31 Tiller
    36 Snowblower
    42 Blade
    21 Power Drive

    Custom Mini Wagon

    Brinly CC-500
    Hinson No 1977&1978 Weather Shield

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    Wow I can read that! The PDF that I downloaded is a bad scan and all of the measurements are washed out. Iíll post the drawings as soon as I can get them done. Thanks again.


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