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Mr. Plow

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  1. Mr. Plow

    50C refurb

    634-3159 have the bushing and zerk......may sub over, may not (could be the non-greasable ones). Also check bolt length if getting greasable version.
  2. Mr. Plow

    50C refurb

    I just replaced them on my 54" deck under my 365L zero turn, first set lasted over 400 hours.....not bad for a $24 wheel.....especially mowing the church cemetery for part of the year. Wear was mostly to the plastic, not the bushing....but I keep them well greased.
  3. Mr. Plow

    50C refurb

    The "good" front ball wheels have bronze bushings and zerks. But back wheels, not so much.
  4. Mr. Plow

    50C refurb

    Let's see....Hole saw?......torch?.......hole saw?.....torch?.......hmmmmmm which one to use...... 不不不不不
  5. Mr. Plow

    50C refurb

    DT, Good time to give the bottom of the deck a heavy coat of brush on Slip Plate / EZ-Slide graphite paint.
  6. Mr. Plow

    50C refurb

    For those who want to know, on the deck pictured above, the center spindle with the AL housing and reinforcing ribs a new style tapered roller bearing (rebuildable). The other 2 outside spindles are the ST745 "water pump bearing " style that are not rebuildable. The housings are a dead give away to distinguish the two.
  7. Mr. Plow

    50C refurb

    They also make a kit to convert to new style bearings if necessary
  8. Mr. Plow

    50C refurb

    Take plenty of time to get the deck skin / blades level and true before you assemble everything......the cut quality will be much better if you do. BFH and level/straight edge.....
  9. Mr. Plow

    50C refurb

    Good time to add a rear anti scalp roller in the space between the center blade baffle and rear deck skin. Makes it almost impossible to get into the dirt with the mower on ridges and ditches.
  10. I've never seen a 2250 loader on anything bigger than a 656......did they even make factory mounts for a 2250 on a large frame tractor? Those look modified at very least.
  11. Radio Sales advertisement record(s), and Dad's name tag from their demo day at Leman Implement, Eureka IL (he wrenched there for over 30 years).
  12. I have a copy of the 45 Record with two versions of the Red Power Showdown Days radio comnercial......little plastic square you lay one the turn table.......catchy little jingle. I'll see if I can get it digitized and shared here.
  13. Don't have any pics on phone with tractor load, but here are some with an apple tree! Rope tied to gate is a Deadman on a big branch under brush load for easy unloading, not part of gate.
  14. 2" box and angle, 3/4" round bar hinges. 1/2" rebar treads. It will load a car no problem and is great for ztr mowers. Bifold and split left and right.....so it can be heavy duty and light enough to fold. Double torsion springs on each 1/2 help with heavy lifting. You can pull the pins and take it off in 4 pieces if you need close access to the deck. (I have never done it, no need yet). 1/2" rebar cuts down on boundary layer effect (sail) compared to mesh, but you can still tell its there in high winds......worth the trade for the 100% usability factor.
  15. Mr. Plow

    50C refurb

    Looks like you have one new replacement spindle and 2 older water pump style. Put the new one back in the center to take the PTO load. Good time to add a rear anti scalp roller as well, and stiffen the deck at the lift hangers. Should be a good project.....hope it goes well for you!
  16. Mr. Plow

    1862's

    Kohler carb......inlet (air cleaner) side. May not apply to Walbro.
  17. Mr. Plow

    1862's

    I have a cheap laser tach......put a reflective decal on shaft/pulley...go for it.
  18. Mr. Plow

    1862's

    Kohler is pictured in Governor initial adjustments above, has main needle out top of carb. Walbros have main jet on angle on side of carb.
  19. Mr. Plow

    1862's

    I'd clean the carb good and do the initial governor adjustment......see if it smooths out. No idle response to adjustment has me thinking try a good cleaning.
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