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    Grrr, 60 years ago was a loooong time! Had to look it up, "Boy Scout Law."
    '80 317 w/18hp B&S and divert valve for rear hydraulics, 3 pt hitch, 5' york rake
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    Got it all done for now, its on wheels and in the base I'm gonna build brackets to hold the flags and holders so for Cub Scout meetings we can just wheel this from storage to meeting room and have it all in 1 unit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rwmeyer View Post
    Grrr, 60 years ago was a loooong time! Had to look it up, "Boy Scout Law."

    okay won't ask you Scout slogan, Scout motto, or the outdoors code then,

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    I am more experienced with the "North Woods Law". I think we all know that one well.
    Currently in my garages/sheds: 1967 JD112 RF ... 1972 JD 112 SF ... 1973 140 H3 ... 1977 JD 300 ... 1979 JD 216
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    I drove by the shop several times with the kids on the sled! spent about 40min sledding and now we are all cold and wet but they had fun!</p>
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    have done a lot of work on that atv in the shop as well as the home built wood tobaggon that they are on.</p>
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    help my dad make the tobaggon back 30 years ago.</p>
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    Thank you sir for that helpful tip...good to know, will file it away for future use with my soon-to-come JD 317 and then the JD 322. The 316 mule drive is missing the cover plate, but I checked it today using your tip as a guide and tightened the belt a little more to get it straight as you said. The JD 317 has a mule drive cover, but can't remember about the JD 322 mule drive...I'll have to dig it out and check it.

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    Tmac, Belt tension is simple...don't go by the label (IF you have one!) on the front. As you're applying tension, keep an eye on both mule drive pulleys and pto pulley. One mule pulley moves forward, the other back. When the belt comes straight down from the pto pulley, belt is as good as you're gonna get it. You MUST have the correct belt though, otherwise they shred, fly off, or slip! Bob

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    Replaced the tailpipe on the wife’s Xterra... Then finished some connectors on the 112 wiring harness. Need to get that tractor done.
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    Was nearly 45 degrees out today so I pulled a bunch of stuff out of the garage. Put the rollaway in the center under lighting and put away months of stuff that had not gotten put away out of laziness and pulled down my 4 shop lights that need converting to led's and did that. Fixed my double garage door by adjusting it to make it more weather proof, was silly to have a nice insulated door when the wind would just whip into the garage through gaps.

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    Not in the shop/garage but took advantage of nice weather to get some lattice up on deck we put up last year.IMG_20200223_155850803_HDR.jpg
    John J.

    '67 112
    '69 112H-project waiting to happen
    '72 110 - daily worker w/ 39 deck, 43 blade, 37A blower
    '73 140 H3 w/ deck
    bunch of off color GTs also

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    Great looking deck. No doubt you’re looking forward to warmer weather to enjoy it.

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