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#1 andy andy OFFLINE  

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Posted August 11, 2012 - 07:23 AM

hello
does anyone know the proper belt size for the 1954 and 1955 pond walk behind and pulley size at the engine
thanks andy in crumstown

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Posted August 11, 2012 - 07:52 AM

Andy, welcome to GTTalk! I don't know anything about that particular tractor, but I hope someone who does will come along shortly.
And since you are new, you know you have to share pictures of your project, right? Especially if it is rare or just cool!

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Posted August 11, 2012 - 08:09 AM

Welcome, Andy! Glad to have you aboard! May take a bit for the right person to come along with help, hang in there!

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Posted August 11, 2012 - 08:42 AM

2.500" OD x .625" shaft 2-groove pulley or
2.500" OD x .750" shaft 2-groove pulley depending on the engine used.

7.000" OD x .750" ID pulley for 1/2" belt or
8.000" OD x .750" ID pulley for 1/2" belt on the transmission.

WH 1550 nla belt (4Lx41.90") for 7" pulley
WH 1555 nla Use 113912 (HAx44") for 8" pulley

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Posted August 11, 2012 - 09:13 AM

thanks garry for the information this will help finnish the 1954 haven't started on the 1955 yet as i'm working on a standard garden tractor made from 1928 -1932 unfortunately it will never run again
thank andy in crumstown ind.

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Posted August 11, 2012 - 09:26 AM

thanks garry for the information this will help finnish the 1954 haven't started on the 1955 yet as i'm working on a standard garden tractor made from 1928 -1932 unfortunately it will never run again
thank andy in crumstown ind.


Andy, welcome to the forum. Hope you like it here. What's wrong with the Standard that it won't run again?

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Posted August 11, 2012 - 09:54 AM

hello again
the piston is siezed in the cylinder there was no spark plug in it when i got it and it was full of water in the cylinder the block was full of rust and i had to use an air hammer to get it apart used a 3lb hammer with a steel rod through the spark plug hole and i didn't move it at all quit before i broke something note the head and cylinder is one piece will post pics when i get it together
andy in crumstown ind.

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Posted August 11, 2012 - 03:44 PM

A number of people on this site use electrolysis to remove rust. In fact I think there is an article about it in the "features" section. Basically, dump the metal part in a solution and it removes the rust. Do you think something like that might work. It sounds like it couldn't make it any worse.

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Posted August 11, 2012 - 06:05 PM

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judgeing by the rust in the block the cylinder most likely will have deep pits in it maybe some day i will find a good cylinder

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Posted August 11, 2012 - 06:16 PM

:wave: andy andy! Welcome to GTTalk! It's great to have you here with us! You might want to ask DougT (who already weighed in on this thread BTW) If there's anyone out there who'd have a cylinder that old lying around, it'd be him! (He's probably got 2 of them LOL) Thanks for signing up!

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Posted August 11, 2012 - 08:16 PM

Welcome to gt talk! How about some pics! I love the old pond walk behinds and garden tractors! Jake

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Posted August 12, 2012 - 06:23 AM

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that sounds like a good idea don't have pics of all four yet but i will do that today. was you at the jones mi show last week if you was you have seen them. but everyone else hasn't so the camrea will get a work out.howard i have done electrolysis found its good for parts you don't want to sand blast. i noticed that some of you are keeping score if thats the case i have about 15 2 wheeled tractors about15 4 wheeled garden tractors and about 40 farm tractors haveing trouble keeping tract of what i have and all are under roof remember he who dies with the most wins not sure what you win though
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Posted August 12, 2012 - 06:52 AM

Dang, Andy! You could have your own show with that herd!

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Posted August 12, 2012 - 07:11 AM

:wave: andy andy! Welcome to GTTalk! It's great to have you here with us! You might want to ask DougT (who already weighed in on this thread BTW) If there's anyone out there who'd have a cylinder that old lying around, it'd be him! (He's probably got 2 of them LOL) Thanks for signing up!


Well...... I was looking at a parts unit yesterday. Sad part is, it looks like it would take a month of Sundays to get it out!!
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Posted August 12, 2012 - 07:27 AM

thanks for looking doug
theres no hurry as i have alot to do to this machine i know what you mean by a month of sundays i spend alot of time looking for parts or tractors i know i have and once in awhile i find stuff i didn't know i have
andy in crumstown




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