Hi It moves under its own power, this morning I fabricated a clutch pilot tool ( I know it really isn't needed as classic posted) but I wanted to play on the lathe, got the clutch and engine installed pressed the clutch pedal down and it didn't seem to release was a bit bummed but put the tranny in neutral and gave the start rope a pull after 2 tries it fired up let it warm up a couple of minutes and realized I hadn't installed the engine mount bolts shut the engine off got the mount bolts installed & installed the points cover so I can just push the kill button vs getting a long screwdriver and shorting the spark plug fired up the old 23 and got up on the tractor stepped on the clutch pedal and it worked shifted into 1st drove ahead in the shop backed up and tried the other gears all worked good so opened the shop doors and drove it outside for a test drive and it worked as it should the steering needs some work, some is alignment some is the need for a better steering wheel. I did notice that the gear ratio is different than the other 3 PK's I have noticeably faster 3rd feels like a road gear. One thing I found it need a seal on the left brake shaft but it was fun getting it out and driving it.
This afternoon my friend came in to the shop and he took it out for a drive I was going to do a short video but the old camera i keep in the shop won't do videos anymore (never was good) so I got a couple stills of him driving
Edited by MNGB, October 26, 2016 - 05:32 PM.