Piston, Pin, clips, and rings.
connecting rod assembly.
crankshaft and crankshaft gear.
Gaskets and crankshaft seals.
Carburetor top half and carb rebuild kit.
Fuel sediment glass bowl, screen, yoke, and gasket.
Crankcase vent tube.
Carb throttle control assembly and spring.
Governor air vane assembly
Camshaft, tappets, valves, valve springs, and valve spring retainers.
Three leg armature(coil) assembly.
Points, condenser, points plunger, and points cover.
Exhaust elbow, lock nut, and muffler.
Gas tank cap.
The gas tank was clean and dent free, so I was able to use the tank and straps. I put fresh oil in the engine today and it started after a couple of pulls. I adjusted the carburetor and let the engine run for about 15 minutes. I dumped the oil and filled the crankcase with fresh oil. The engine runs really good and I didn't see any fuel or oil leaks. I just have to retorque the hardware and it's ready for paint and decals. Now it's on to the rest of the tractor. While picking up some parts at a friends house, we got talking about Porter Cable and Motor Mower garden tractors. He went and got a dealers service manual for Motor Mower and Lawnmaster equipment that he had in the back. He told me to make him an offer on it, so I did, and it came home with me. There's lots of great info on tractors and attachments in this book. Dates on the pages range from 12/61 to somewhere in 1966. If anyone needs info, or pics from this book, just let me know. There are schematics for tractors, attachments, and other Motor Mower/Lawnmaster equipment.
Edited by classic, November 24, 2017 - 04:15 PM.