That's where my 318 was grounded, and I don't think the fender deck was ever off of it before I got it.
That is where it goes, but I changed the end to a larger ring connector so when you tighten it down it can't spring out from under the clip.Loading the tires on the 318. About 6 gallons per tire. It should be good for around 100lbs.
While I have this apart, let me ask, what are you guys grounding the rear lights to? I've been sticking the ground under the fender pan U clip, but it doesn't seem right.
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Bought another set of wheel weights and 2 more suitcase weights the other day and added them to my 318 with the set of wheel weights I already had.
I procrastinated about as long as possible and took advantage of grandma's car gone from her side of the garage today to change over the 400. Although, I have been known to wait until the wind is howling and the snow is piling up to get ready. Put the cab together and grabbed the snow thrower off the rack-without even getting off the tractor. SSQA is darned convenient.
Starter grinds and a hell of an oil leak on a new to me 318. Ill start with a cleanup.
The starter looks new compared to the rest of the crud on the engine. Could the new starter be bad, or maybe needs shimmed?