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#106 yirawallygator OFFLINE  

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Posted January 15, 2015 - 06:57 PM

Here are some pics

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Posted January 15, 2015 - 08:15 PM

Let me know if you can't find one , mine is complete. Looks from the pics you have a plow for it?
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Posted January 15, 2015 - 09:34 PM

By frozen I mean it seems to be in a gear that doesn't exist lol. I turned the input with a wrench one day and the axle turned.... I thought, this is good, but realized the shifter was in neutral... So I dunno what happened, I think someone screwed it up. I was yanking it apart for the axle for someone else, but he found one in a peerless that would work, so I shoved it aside. If I can get just the carrier out would that be enough to fix it? Cause that is cheaper yet to ship.
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Posted January 15, 2015 - 09:37 PM

No I don't have a plow but I have the dozer which was next to new and tire chains aswell as the mower. Are you saying you have a plow. I think right now my quickest option is if buzz can get that tranny apart. Like I said I hate to recover a complete good transmission just have to wait for his response. 


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Posted January 15, 2015 - 09:42 PM

Maybe take a picture of it first I want to confirm that that is the right axle and yes I would just need the carrier. 

By frozen I mean it seems to be in a gear that doesn't exist lol. I turned the input with a wrench one day and the axle turned.... I thought, this is good, but realized the shifter was in neutral... So I dunno what happened, I think someone screwed it up. I was yanking it apart for the axle for someone else, but he found one in a peerless that would work, so I shoved it aside. If I can get just the carrier out would that be enough to fix it? Cause that is cheaper yet to ship.



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Posted January 15, 2015 - 09:55 PM

Maybe take a picture of it first I want to confirm that that is the right axle and yes I would just need the carrier.


It will be the weekend before I can even entertain ripping into it more, but will try to get it this month.
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Posted January 16, 2015 - 05:18 AM

No that's what I meant the dozer/ plow. All I have is the mower for mine. Same model motomower as you. Tom


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Posted January 16, 2015 - 09:18 AM

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Hi Guy's this is some of my Massey collection. I had bought a massey14 last winter with a blowen motor and got 1 this fall from a Jacobson had some change over's to do to install in the massey but's back to original now and runs great

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Posted January 17, 2015 - 06:22 AM

Very nice collection. Even a triple and a GG in the big boy lineup.
What year is the General? Dads is a 39.
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Posted January 17, 2015 - 06:55 AM

Hi  mine is a 39 also it has the M-H plate on the side too. I bought it from a neighbor  of mine in 1986 for $50.00 it had sat in the back corner of his shed for 21 years at that point the motor was stuck from sitting so I rebuilt it painted it in june of 86 haven't did any thing with it since other than I use to take them to shows but now they just sit in the shed last summer was the first I had any of them out since 06 but I do turn them over a few times a year. The big plowing match is about 6 miles from me this year and they want me to bring some of my stuff so we will see how it goes till then


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Posted January 17, 2015 - 10:13 PM

Reggie - I like the porter cable.



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Posted January 17, 2015 - 11:04 PM

Here are some pics

Moto-mower model 6024 has the 8hp Kohler.  The picture of the body is blurry but looks fantastic.

Any idea what caused the gear to break?

 

Sorry, I have a 6025 without a motor, but I'm not ready to part it out yet.


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Posted January 18, 2015 - 06:54 AM

Thanks Moto-mower I got it from a guy down the road from me that was moving he was tossing it out he had a( big dumpster sitting in the yard) along with a rear rider JD which I just started up drove it home towing the Porter Cable. He was also tossing 3 ski doo's 69 Arlburg  74 Artic Cat Lynx and 74 Polaris 340 a double ski doo trailer. I have them all running now glad I stopped in his place that day lol he gave them all to me for haulin  it home. To top it all off evering thing was sitting inside so it's all in realy good shape


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Posted January 18, 2015 - 07:43 AM

No ideal motobreeder why it gernaded. You would think that the rearend is built like a tank but I guess nothing is perfect. The only thing I can think I might have done is I was pulling a garden shed out of a tight spot and ground was greasy on top and when I grabbed traction I might have done something. Because I was being a little jerky to get things moving.I like to use my things and not look at them and stuff happens normally I'm not to aggressive but I am really missing my work horse. It is a handy all around machine one of the best investments I ever made. 


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Posted January 18, 2015 - 07:59 PM

Hey Executive folks, I hope this isn't considered a hijack, but y'all talking about the trans axle got me thinking about my 8E, a situation I had forgotten about. I've never had one of these opened up so no idea what they are about inside. Anyway as some of you know I've owned it for well over 20 years. It has always popped out of first gear when used and the few times it was needed, a bungee cord on the lever would keep it in gear fine. I rarely need first so it completely slipped my mind that it does that!

 

Is this a sign of a catastrophic failure that could happen at any time? It lasted this long so maybe it will just keep on goin'!

 

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