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Everyone on the road today, drive careful and be safe!!!
I wonder if the starting circuit stayed engaged. I had a Simplicity do that and fried the s/g in 2 hours.
A man can never have too many tractors!!
"Every Cub has beauty but not everyone sees it."
Hello, i have a 127, have had it for 20 years now and it has run great. had to have the generator rebuilt 2-3 years ago and it 'went' this past spring. Had it rebuilt, and two months later it was not generating. When i brought it in to the tractor repair shop (great people) they stated that the generator essentially had overheated and literally melted. they have not been able to find the problem. the harness is relatively new, new solenoid, starter switch. does anyone have any ideas what might be wrong. thanks
David - better get some gloves for that little guy. NICE!!!!
Old Cubs Never Die
(they just find another resting place)
Wyatt... I guess I can try one , I've heard some people like them or they don't. I'm not putting a heavier spring on it . That Wheatland was nice.
Here's our future snow blade operator @ 18mos.
With today's technology, do we really need daylight savings time?
I know a vise works good, I've done 3 or 4 like that. Especially when the roll pins and driveshaft is rusted together and need cut off. Its not something that I need , more like a want. Probably will use the grade 8 hardware , even though its a little over kill . Its what I have sitting around the garage.
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