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awilson

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Aaron Wilson
I have a couple questions here my 149 has a shear bolt in the hole for the shear pin between the engine and driveshaft is this correct. I assume it’s a grade 5 there’s 3 slash marks on the head of the bolt. Also my 1650 won’t run at full throttle if I throttle it up it will run at maybe 1/4throttle for a couple seconds and back down to a little faster than idle. I had the throttle cable off and don’t know if that’s not back together right or if it’s in the governor. Thanks in advance
 

jbelliveau

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Jeff Belliveau
Looking for some additional info for my 104...
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Has anyone ever built a replacement mule frame? Was wondering if there were any dimensioned drawing/sketches that might me help out.
I have the nose/pulleys and the lever mechanism, just no main frame.
TIA
 

sblunier

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Jeff,

Just get a used mule drive, they should be a dime a dozen......
 

dschwandt

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Aaron, There is supposed to be a pin in there , NOT a bolt.

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Is your drive hub slot all wallered out??
If so, that may be the reason someone put a bolt in there. And, IF it's wallered out, there's a good chance the end of the driveshaft that fits in it could be toast as well.

I think it would be a good idea to slip that engine forward enough to inspect and replace parts as neccesary on both ends. Your fan may be toast as well.
 

jbelliveau

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Steve thanks…. HA - dime a dozen I'm sure if I were in the US. None for sale north of the border and shipping, duties, brokerage and taxes make that dime go wayyyyy up.
I have another one I will use and replicate it, I just figured I'd throw the question out there in the event there was a drawing floating around out there.
 

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Sorry to hear that Jeff. I'd love to give you a couple. I'm sure shipping kills a lot of "good deals".

Mike F., Haven't had a chance to get out to my friends yet, lots of OT at work. And I'm unable to resize the pic I got of that 100 on steroids. Looking for a new computer now....

But I'm going to try and pickup another 100 with deck but no s/g if a price is agreed upon this week, we'll see.
 

lkortkamp

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Aaron,

Yes, there is suppose to be a pin, not a bolt. My 149 ran with a grade 5 bolt for many years, though it would break occasionally(at a bad time, like in the middle of the yard) and I would have to hunt down another bolt from the bin. I finally got a new coupler, driveshaft and pin from Charlie. Though it was a nice part, the pin does still come loose and I have to run a hose clamp around it to keep it in place. I love my hydro, but this is one part I wish was better designed.
 

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Earl Ford
I got a general starter generator question. Can they be reversed easily? I have or from probably a Briggs, but may need one soon. Sorry not an electrical engineer, I know red is negative and black is positive, or was it the other way around?
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mfrade

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No worries on the fenders Earl... The tractors just sittin' anyway.

While you can probably run the motor backwards the starter drive won't run backwards.
 

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