If you can get the numbers off the u joint caps or trunion Napa or Carqest might carry them the local guys here have been pretty good at finding odd parts for me. A u-joint is a u-joint if might fit a chevy pick up or something else. I can beleive that a sponsor doesn't carry a non cub inventory of parts my local guy seems to find everything ok.
I can't hardly play "International Harvester" in the house. The kids go nuts over it it started with my son (he's 7 and brain washed- used be a JD kid) then the two girls, the baby comes running. Its all about the IH rigs and the cubs here.
I used to run a company repair shop we had everything trucks, loaders, conveyors, pumps, buildings ect. If The suggestions don't work out let me know Kaman Industrials might have something or the guys at Big Iorn Equipment might know something. I dealt with everything imaginable from services to structure repair to building trucks and conveyor systems. The best thing might be to take the u-joint along to a real store and have a good parts guy match it up. I have gotten more than a few NLA parts from other sources that way.
Kendell 02 at 8.25am - Sunset, about 12 hours drive away, outside my sister's kitchen.
Kraig 9.31am - g'daughters (2 of em), tired?, p'raps cold, about 6 months ago at a Gold mine out West a bit.
Pops - 12.20pm - ya call a 1950 model body old? c'mon.
Below a couple of pics (1 cub to get by Charlie) just so you guys know there is more to life than just that white fluffy stuff.
Hi Guys.Would someone explain to me how to adjust the governor on a 10 hp Techumsi snow blower engine.I picked up a craftsman snow blower today and noticed it runs too fast when the red lever is all the way up.Thanks-Keith W.
The best wat to adjust the governor on any Techumsi engine is simply take a long length of rope, ( 30feet works best)soak it in gas, place one end in the gas tank on motor, streighten out rope and light end with a match.
Your governor problem will be fixed after you replace that bad engine with a good Kohler engine.
Thanks, I have considered that too, but had these and if the process was not going to be too time consuming or expensive, I was curious about trying it (probably more to see if I could do it).