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Posted February 20, 2016 - 12:53 AM

last weekend i found a nice matching set of stuff , All Ozito brand electrical gear , 

P7050001.JPG  but not sure what brand the pressure pump is among other stuff i got 

 

this pic of the Rover mower does go but has a broken blade so it vibrates a bit P7050005.JPG it has a disc & 4 small blades on it 

 

the rear mower seem to need the valves tolerances resetting as it is a bit low on compression P7050006.JPG

 


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Posted February 20, 2016 - 01:29 AM

Nice finds
Gonna flip them?
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Posted February 20, 2016 - 01:53 AM

i don't think i'll pass the attachment stuff as i can use some of it on high branches on the silky oak trees,  like the chainsaw extension but the rest i probably will later on 

 

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Posted April 26, 2016 - 02:21 AM

well here i go again on the kerbside bit some, steely cast iron body build weights & bar & such 

 

P9100124.JPG           P9100123.JPG there is 14 weights in all 2 x 15 kg , 2 x 10 kg , 6 x 2.5 kg & 4 x 1.25 weights ,

 

the 2 x 15's are handheld as well , out bush i have 20 kg  & 10 kg weights that are hand held too 


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Posted April 26, 2016 - 02:27 AM

here is an electric 12V auxiliary motor or for a dingy boat motor P9100126.JPG P9100128.JPG

 

i have tested it , the best thing about it is it works P9100129.JPG and it is soo light to carry

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Posted April 26, 2016 - 03:50 AM

Nice weights and motor.
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Posted April 26, 2016 - 04:42 AM

The lift bar is 7 ft long , it might make a good full length PTO shaft for the home made tractor as the bar is spring steel or high tensile at the least & pretty streight 1" shaft  


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Posted April 26, 2016 - 05:18 AM

I like the cut-outs in those weight !


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Posted April 26, 2016 - 06:43 AM

Wow, you find lot's of cool things.  I paid three hundred dollars for my last trolling motor.  It has a fancy digital processor.  I could have saved plenty with a free one without the processor.  lol.

 

Good job.


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Posted April 29, 2016 - 07:55 AM

i had not a clue what the motor was worth , & this 1 is in excellent condition

 

the cutout type weights  weights are 15 KG , but i also have a pr of 20 kg & 10 kg as well in the cutouts but don't see many around 



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Posted May 03, 2016 - 07:33 AM

UPDATE  curbside trinkets & treasures 

 

couple more little treasures  , a 24 Volt lawn mower , i have not charged or tried it yet , time will  tell , P9180051.JPG

 

 this pic is the fertiliser i mentioned earlier post >>P9180050.JPG  

 

this unit i can see as something useful for the home made GT P9180047.JPG

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                          P9180049.JPG the other side of it is flat , nothing attached  ,

 

it's about 4 ft long & 16 to 18 inches deep 5/32 or thicker steel , nice & heavy thing 

 

the mount plates are thicker than the rest of it , i have 1 idea so far to cut a 8 in pipe 5/32 gauge to make a decent blade for the home made gt or a quick release for attachments 

 

this is the most important thing a J D blower unit for a rider P9180045.JPG

 

P9180046.JPG it is in good condition & there's a extension tube for it aswell  

 

the long thing in front is a belt cover for it , but don't know any numbers for it yet as it's to dark out ..........


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Posted May 03, 2016 - 07:38 AM

Guys i;m curious to see where the belt attaches to on the JD though , is there a separate pulley from the cutter deck  to drive it , 

 

if some 1 has a pic or 2 to show me would be wonderful ty 

 

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Posted May 14, 2016 - 03:52 AM

Parts & Gadgets 

 

over the last weekend on Curbside i managed to collect  MTD 2001 rider chassis which has really good drive belts & front wheel for my MTD gold series 2001 rider & a spare cutter deck which is somewhat rusty but got good bearing's & blades 36" cut     P9280062.JPG                           P9280063.JPG

 

P9280064.JPG  The red cutter deck is from a Toro but have not measured what size cut it is , i am going to use it as a rear 3 point slasher mod i think ,

 

i got the muffler for the MTD aswell in good condition 

 

there is a Viking cutter deck with nothing on it but no pic as already packed away 

 

All this stuff i got i am going to strip out & store just for parts , repairs & mods & will store the chassis with 4 other chassis's i got a side 


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Posted October 02, 2016 - 01:25 AM

A few more odds and ends , the photo is not  good , 20161001_2113211.jpg

 

not sure the rider make (looks bolens ) has got 4 really good lawn tread tires and rims

 

5 or 6 sp transaxle diff tidy front end with a duch engine enduro 15 HP but something wrong with it , ( thinking the ballast weight in side is gone tight on the crank )so going to drop the crankcase off to see if its salvageable oil is clean , the crank will turn full revolutions and valves open and shut and piston goes up and down , so ill see get better pictures when i can 

 

Shane 

 

 


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Posted October 07, 2016 - 06:28 AM

A few more odds and ends , the photo is not  good , attachicon.gif20161001_2113211.jpg

 

not sure the rider make (looks bolens ) has got 4 really good lawn tread tires and rims

 

5 or 6 sp transaxle diff tidy front end with a duch engine enduro 15 HP but something wrong with it , ( thinking the ballast weight in side is gone tight on the crank )so going to drop the crankcase off to see if its salvageable oil is clean , the crank will turn full revolutions and valves open and shut and piston goes up and down , so ill see get better pictures when i can 

 

Shane 

here is a better pic of the wheels off the rider i got 20161004_203753.jpg

 

10 x 20 x 8 are the rear tires & will fit right onto my J D Sabre 2002 model that will set it back to original size rear wheels as i got smaller 1's on atm 

 

Shane 


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