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Problem 169 viewsLooks like the lower threaded hole for implement attacment in the clutch housing was busted out and re-welded. Apparently it's not re-threaded. This bar was welded from the mower mount to the front end cultivator mount to stabilize the mower. brian c
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2 wire sealed beam headlights in pancake housings80 viewsgotowin
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2 wire sealed beam headlight in original 6volt housing78 viewsgotowin
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Mystery Part406 viewsThis Part was on the right rear final drive housing. I can't seem to find any documentation for it. If you know what this is, please let me know. Thank you.outbacklane
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Mystery Part (pic 2)240 viewsThis Part was on the right rear final drive housing. I can't seem to find any documentation for it. If you know what this is, please let me know. Thank you.outbacklane
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Mystery Part (pic 2)444 viewsThis Part was on the right rear final drive housing. I can't seem to find any documentation for it. If you know what this is, please let me know. Thank you.outbacklane
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Brake rod goes into the rear of the bull housing on the long wheelbase LoBoy94 viewslurker carl
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Trimmed gasket35 viewsNotice the "rib" on the edge of the gasket. Originally this gasket had ribs along both sides. To use 4411/4511 type sealed beams in a pancake housing, it is necessary to trim the one rib off the gasket.Matt Kirsch
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4411 lamp and reproduction gasket34 viewsThese are the parts needed to update the old pancake light housings with modern 4411/4511 style sealed beams: One 4411 selaed beam, and a reproduction gasket.Matt Kirsch
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Modified 4411 sealed beam33 viewsThe 4411/4511 sealed beam lamps come with an alignment key that interferes with the pancake light housing. This key needs to be partially removed to allow an easy fit in the housing. Use a belt sander to slowly, carefully grind the key down. When the glass starts to glow orange, stop and allow it to cool.Matt Kirsch
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Assembled pancake light30 viewsThis is the final product. Fitting the clamp is a little tight, but manageable. The bulb is securely held in place. Who said you couldn't make a 4411 bulb look good in a pancake housing?Matt Kirsch
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Bulb in housing31 viewsHere is the bulb in the housing, ready for the clamp. I put the gap for the gasket on top where the clamp holds it together.Matt Kirsch
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Shorn Bolt in Ellies TC Housing Closeup32 viewsRudi
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Shorn Bolt in Ellies TC Housing31 viewsRudi
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Disassembly II24 viewsCecil removing the steering housing from the lower bolsterWisconsinCubMan
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Disassembly III21 viewsCecil and Ralph removing the steering housing from the lower bolsterWisconsinCubMan
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Cracked Tranny Housing!18 viewsWisconsinCubMan
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Rear Axle Housing 2115 viewsUsing the Performance Tool W87010 Timing Gear Pullermark1757
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Rear Axle Housing 1375 viewsUsing Performance Tool W87010 Timing Gear Pullermark1757
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Rear Axle Housing Out Bearing and Oil Seal319 viewsRear Axle Housing Out Bearing and Oil Sealmark1757
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