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    Thanks Gabby, Nice in quick when it's only one state over

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    Tony, just an FYI.

    I use Speedee Delivery for midwest shipping. They are reasonable cost and don't require fancy packaging. Check them out ... http://speedeedelivery.com/
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    The Steering Valve has also now been sold.

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    Rear Tires/Rims have been sold.

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    Tony,
    I am looking for what's called a pivot that is located in the rear on the forward end of the rod on the rockshaft.
    https://partscatalog.deere.com/jdrc/...pgId/122393384
    It's number 11 in this picture, but to make it easy worth your while, I will take the whole rod assembly, numbers 4-15.
    I lost the number 11 and it's nowhere to be found.
    Thanks for your help.
    Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by twparker View Post
    Tony,
    I am looking for what's called a pivot that is located in the rear on the forward end of the rod on the rockshaft.
    https://partscatalog.deere.com/jdrc/...pgId/122393384
    It's number 11 in this picture, but to make it easy worth your while, I will take the whole rod assembly, numbers 4-15.
    I lost the number 11 and it's nowhere to be found.
    Thanks for your help.
    Tom
    He had a 3PT so we need to keep the rockshaft, which I believe is 8. But the rest we have and can be sold.

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    Actually I didn't need 8-10, and really just #11.
    4,5,6,7 and 11-15 is the rod that you adjust the height of the mower deck.
    I'm not sure if it has anything to do with any lift adjustment of a 3 point as I am unfamiliar with it, but just to be safe I think you ought keep it.
    I will fabricate something.
    Thanks anyway.
    Tom

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    The Onan B43G. you said ran fine before but non-running now, what is the issue with it?

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    It was run low on oil, and the crank now is very tough to turn over.

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