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#46 rbooker OFFLINE  

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Posted March 14, 2014 - 07:51 PM

that looks like a great tractor!  i happened onto it too late.  as i was searching the internet i saw where the fellow in texas still has it listed on his website.  i was going to call about it and i asked scott about it and he informed me someone bought it off ebay a little while back.  this one is exactly what i was looking for.  congrats on the find and post some pics when its all cleaned up and running.  keep us posted on your progress.  i'll be keeping my eyes peeled for another!


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Posted March 24, 2014 - 06:34 PM

Sorry to get off the subject of your thread, but I need some help finding parts. I have a D4-10 that was my grandfathers. I started to restore it and am in need of a set of throwout bearing return springs for the automotive style clutch. . If anyone on here could help out or point me in the right direction that would be great. Anyways great find on such a clean D4-10 and can't wait to see pics of it finished. Thanks guys,



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Posted March 24, 2014 - 07:22 PM

Sorry to get off the subject of your thread, but I need some help finding parts. I have a D4-10 that was my grandfathers. I started to restore it and am in need of a set of throwout bearing return springs for the automotive style clutch. . If anyone on here could help out or point me in the right direction that would be great. Anyways great find on such a clean D4-10 and can't wait to see pics of it finished. Thanks guys,

 

Scott had told me you needed springs.  I forgot to look through my stuff, but I will asap.


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Posted March 26, 2014 - 07:51 PM

Thanks I appreciate it. This project got off track when we moved not starting to get momentum again with the restore. I did purchase a new NOS throwout bearing which was original stock for Crosley Cars ( which is the same for power king) if you ever need one.



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Posted March 27, 2014 - 09:43 AM

Beautiful machine.


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Posted May 12, 2014 - 07:17 PM

Got the chance today to start pulling the engine out of this tractor for the other one. Once I get it cleaned up before it goes in my original D4-10. I did find out that with a little Carb cleaner, the black paint comes off and shows the BH red under it.
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Posted May 13, 2014 - 09:51 PM

Got the engine out and pulled the clutch bell housing apart to check things out and glad I did. I need to weld up the pressure plate fingers that ride against the throw out bearing. I also need to replace the throw out bearing as it's dry and noisy. I am also soaking the set screws on the PTO clutch so I can remove it to pull the flywheel. I may even have to put some heat on them to break the rust loose.

 

The engine is loose,

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And it's out of the tractor.

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Here's the fingers on the pressure plate that I need to build up,

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And here's the throw out bearing I need to replace,

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Posted May 13, 2014 - 09:54 PM

Where can I get a new throw out bearing?



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Posted May 13, 2014 - 10:51 PM

Brian, I searched around the net a bit. It looks like it is the same bearing used on the PK's (like the 1614 etc..)

 

I found one old part number 09-9101, there is a place that lists it for $75

 

I also saw where someone said some auto parts stores carry them, but under what number I have no clue.

 

Maybe Daniel or Scott have run into this already? I'll look around a bit more though.


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Posted May 14, 2014 - 06:17 AM

I think some have bought them locally for around $50-60 bucks and others have bought used ones off a PK/ economy tractor.
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Posted May 15, 2014 - 03:13 PM

Out of 5 WIS engines I have here, not a single one has the governor to carburetor linkage on them. Can someone post a picture of give me some ides what it looks like.

 

I found it in the parts manual, does anyone have it or with measurements, I can make it.

 

Item #221                                     Part # VE-783-H

TRA 10 D Govenor linkage..jpg WIS linkage.jpg



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Posted May 15, 2014 - 04:05 PM

Out of 5 WIS engines I have here, not a single one has the governor to carburetor linkage on them. Can someone post a picture of give me some ides what it looks like.

 

I found it in the parts manual, does anyone have it or with measurements, I can make it.

 

Item #221                                     Part # VE-783-H

attachicon.gifTRA 10 D Govenor linkage..jpgattachicon.gifWIS linkage.jpg

 

Brian, I'll get a pic & measurements either later tonight or tomorrow.  Been under Dad's house all day and I'm shot at the moment.


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Posted May 15, 2014 - 04:58 PM

Here ya go Brian.  4 3/4" center to center of ends.   In first pic, the left end goes on governor arm.  Last pic has the governor end on the right, and you can see at about 1 /4" from the governor end, there is a slight upward bend.  The carb throttle end has an upturned end to keep it from slipping out of the throttle arm hole.

 

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Posted May 15, 2014 - 06:59 PM

Out of 5 WIS engines I have here, not a single one has the governor to carburetor linkage on them. Can someone post a picture of give me some ides what it looks like.

 

I found it in the parts manual, does anyone have it or with measurements, I can make it.

 

Item #221                                     Part # VE-783-H

attachicon.gifTRA 10 D Govenor linkage..jpgattachicon.gifWIS linkage.jpg

That's a bummer! Glad Daniel could get you fixed up!



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Posted May 15, 2014 - 09:06 PM

Here ya go Brian.  4 3/4" center to center of ends.   In first pic, the left end goes on governor arm.  Last pic has the governor end on the right, and you can see at about 1 /4" from the governor end, there is a slight upward bend.  The carb throttle end has an upturned end to keep it from slipping out of the throttle arm hole.

 

attachicon.gifDSC00137.JPGattachicon.gifDSC00139.JPGattachicon.gifDSC00140.JPG

 

Thanks so Much Daniel, I sure didn't expect you to go out and do that tonight after wor4king under your Daddy;s house all day. It could have kept a day or 2.! :thumbs: :thumbs:







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