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#16 jdslednut ONLINE  

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Posted July 17, 2013 - 08:57 PM

What's up with you, guy! Every ten minute you buy a new tractor and make us look like dumbos. That's unfair!

 

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No, it just makes everyone else look like sensible economists.


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Posted July 17, 2013 - 11:31 PM

No, it just makes everyone else look like sensible economists.

Hmmmmh - I don't think so. To be an economist, you need an other hobby, like golfing aso - nothing w/ tractor. Or you must buy them and put them in a storage - and then hope for the rising of the value...



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Posted July 21, 2013 - 06:48 PM

I was just giddy about getting to mow with the Case today.  Until that is, it seemed super underpowered.

 

Onan Trouble.JPG

 

Broken rod.   @#$%^  I'm a little peeved.

 

I told myself no more Onans.

I told myself no more Onans.

I told myself no more Onans.

I told myself no more Onans.

I told myself no more Onans.

 

 

Now, has anyone repowered a Case with a Kohler M18?  I have a good one sitting in a Snapper LT.

 

Challenges?

 

 

 

 



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Posted July 21, 2013 - 06:59 PM

:wallbanging: Whoa.  You've only had the tractor for a week and it's broken?   Bummer! :wallbanging:   Rick



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Posted July 21, 2013 - 08:03 PM

Oh, that rod's been snapped for quite some time.  Sure seems to run nice on one lung though.  Just no power.



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Posted July 22, 2013 - 11:20 AM

I was just giddy about getting to mow with the Case today.  Until that is, it seemed super underpowered.

 

attachicon.gifOnan Trouble.JPG

 

Broken rod.   @#$%^  I'm a little peeved.

 

I told myself no more Onans.

I told myself no more Onans.

I told myself no more Onans.

I told myself no more Onans.

I told myself no more Onans.

 

 

Now, has anyone repowered a Case with a Kohler M18?  I have a good one sitting in a Snapper LT.

 

Challenges?

 

I think they're a pretty straightforward swap... The mounting pattern is the same, and I think the crankshaft height and diameter are the same.  Your biggest concern is mounting the pump ---I supect it's a standard hole pattern... also, I have an Onan pump mount for a 446 that I'll sell cheap if you're interested....

 

Smitty


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