I recently purchased my first vintage John Deere which I'm excited about! It's a round fender, 1965 model 110 that a guy started restoring; did a great job, got about 80% re-assembled after painting then lost interest for whatever reason and just quit.
Luckily he did a good job of marking bolts and other pieces but being my first experience with a green machine, it's a bit of a jigsaw puzzle that I'm trying to figure out.
Most of it seems pretty self explanatory however I'm having a tough time with the starter/generator. The main cast mounting bracket that bolts to the block is there and have the generator mounted to it, however I'm not sure how the stabilizer/adjustment bracket is supposed to be installed, to adjust belt tension and hold the generator still. If anyone has a picture, I'd really appreciate it.
Also, is there a preferred replacement fuel sediment bowl assembly that is recommended? I've bought cheap aftermarket ones in the past for other tractors, but want to ask as I see if it leaks, it's definitely going to make a mess out of the nice green paint.
Thanks in advance for any help and JD education! Rob