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#1 KennyP ONLINE  

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Posted September 10, 2014 - 05:01 AM

I looked things over the other day and was hoping the reason it wouldn't pull a hill was that the drive belt was well worn. I found this thread and after reading what was going on there, thought a new drive belt and adjustment may bring this back to usable again. So I made a trip over to TSC for the new belt, a 1/2"X53. Also picked up a muffler I hoped to make work.

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Here's a pic of the innards hiding under the seat.

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The old belt next to the new. I think it had seen better days!

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Here's a another pic after the adjustment procedure. If you look at the double nuts at right/center, you can see how much that was changed compared to the first pic. It took a bit to do all this as the SM has this procedure on 4 pages and several pics (that are just a little dark to figure out).

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Here's a pic through the muffler.

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I cut the inlet off and capped it. Cut a hole in the side and added the new inlet tube I got at O'Reillys that fits the exhaust perfectly. 1-1/2" ID exhaust. I added a brace at the opposite end that attaches to a bolt for the PTO. Shot some of the galvanized paint I had on it. Think it looks pretty good and does quiet it down some.

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This is the hill it refused to pull the other day. I went up it at 1/3 throttle, came back and parked it for the pic. Then it climbed right on out, all in 4th gear.

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Posted September 10, 2014 - 05:19 AM

Great job with making that muffler work :thumbs:  Did the muffler come from TS too ?  Also if you have the part #s for it and the elbows , thanks


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Posted September 10, 2014 - 05:27 AM

The muffler is a Stanley Muffler, IH-1. The 1-1/2" ID adapter I don't have the part # handy. But it was from an auto parts store. It's still a bit loud compared to some mufflers, but it's made for a Farmall Cub Lo-Boy.


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Posted September 10, 2014 - 06:03 AM

Great job on the repair Kenny. The old belt paid it's dues by the looks of it.


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Posted September 10, 2014 - 06:09 AM

Great job with making that muffler work :thumbs:  Did the muffler come from TS too ?  Also if you have the part #s for it and the elbows , thanks

No elbows were used, Al, all straight fittings. I just made it look like a Cub Cadet muffler. Muffler is $29.99 at TSC.



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Posted September 10, 2014 - 06:38 AM

Wow, glad the belt and adjustments did it.
I also read that other thread. These are apparently a little on the touchy side.

Thanks for the pics and the info, wonder how many people give up on these after they start slipping?
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Posted September 10, 2014 - 06:47 AM

Wow, glad the belt and adjustments did it.
I also read that other thread. These are apparently a little on the touchy side.

Thanks for the pics and the info, wonder how many people give up on these after they start slipping?

Definitely touchy! Nuetral is down toward REV right now. But with the rusted pulleys, I thinking it's still getting some creep. I will run it some as is to let the belt wear in some, then redo the procedure. These have 3 brakes back there. One to stop the tractor and two on the drive mechanism. Getting them tweaked and working together can be a real headache!


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Posted September 10, 2014 - 10:06 AM

Good job Kenny, Glad you were able to figure out how to adjust it. And nice work on the muffler too !! :thumbs:


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Posted September 10, 2014 - 05:21 PM

glad to hear you got it worked out. nice job on the muffler too, fits in there nice.  nice scenery where you took the pic on the hill. Tom


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Posted September 10, 2014 - 05:24 PM

Good going Kenny, and good ya didn't let that temper get the best of ya!  I've come close to scrapping things with similar circumstances, but that's when anger gets trumped by stubbornness & you just can't let it beat you!  :thumbs:


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Posted September 10, 2014 - 05:49 PM

OOOOOHHH       You got the blue belt!   :thumbs:    I've had good luck with those,    That muffler turn out nice.  I put one of those on my old Cub.         Rick


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Posted September 11, 2014 - 04:43 AM

Didn't get to 'play' with it yesterday. But hope to get some run time on it before long. I'm going to try adjusting the one little brake pad to the inside of the belts a little tighter. There was a lot of rust where it contacts and it may need wore off. It's the little round one (pics 3 & 5 above) at the lower left just above the shorter belt.







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