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#31 KennyP ONLINE  

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Posted November 01, 2011 - 06:28 AM

Thanks for stepping in, fordboy. I'm at a loss with out a blower or model #'s for them. Might be nice to have a list of the attachment model #'s we could use.
Laseman, I wish you good luck with your tractor. I'll still be lurking and help as I can.

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Posted November 01, 2011 - 12:13 PM

Do you know where "idler" and "idler pulley" in picture is located on Jacobsen ?

A person sent me this picture of "idler" and "idler pulley"

If the "idler pulley" is placed on/in the tractor then it is good, othervise it is hard to make that part.

The owner has answered he do not have this "Liftarm" but a friend can weld it together if I have measurements.

Thanks for all your help.
Sorry about asking you so much, but you are the only persons that have answers.

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Posted November 01, 2011 - 02:40 PM

the idler arm and pulley is mounted on the tractor specifly on the pto side of the engine , number (35) is a threaded stud which screws into the engine block , then number (33) mounts/pivots on number (35) then the idler pulley is bolted on number (33) oh and i will post that photo i promisted you tonight , i am glad i can help out in any way

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Posted November 01, 2011 - 02:51 PM

Might be nice to have a list of the attachment model #'s we could use.

yeah that might be nice to have , so that anyone can look up part numbers and diagrams without owning the machine , i can gather some model numbers and make a list , but i don't know where would be the best place to put it?

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Posted November 02, 2011 - 04:24 AM

Where is PTO on engine ?

Sorry but I never heard PTO before.

I have a guess, that this "PULLEY IDLER" is maybee inside the net front of motor and connects downward with belt to "Pulley, Snow thrower drive" !

In drawing, nr 33: idler arm, 46: pulley idler

But you know best.

So where is PTO in picture so owner can take photo of that so I know if IDLER ARM and PULLEY is missing or not.

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Posted November 02, 2011 - 07:30 AM

yeah that might be nice to have , so that anyone can look up part numbers and diagrams without owning the machine , i can gather some model numbers and make a list , but i don't know where would be the best place to put it?

Might just make a sticky out of it, put it at the top of the Ford Forum. Pm me when you have something gathered.

Laseman, the PTO is on the front crankshaft, behind the grille.

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Posted November 02, 2011 - 09:51 AM

Picture of PULLEY´s

Owner sent me this pictures PTO

In drawing, nr33: idler arm , nr40: T-handle , nr46: pulley idler

It seems as pulley idler kit is OK also = good

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Edited by Laseman, November 02, 2011 - 10:43 AM.


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Posted November 02, 2011 - 05:42 PM

ford pictures 209.jpg yup , your upper right picture is of the snow blower pto set up , and in your lower left photo is the rear pto assembly for the rototiller but it only runs the rototiller attachment , as far as the snow blower pto assembly go's your ready to go , heres the photo of my blower you can kind of see how the lift arm mounts with two bolts on the bottom and then theres the two springs which work like a trip setup , i believe i herd somewhere that hay baler door springs work , but i would think any large spring would work , all you need to do to tighten the snow blower belt is turn the t handle which moves the idler arm which inturn moves the idler pulley towards the belt and tightens the belt , by the way pto refers to(power) (take) (off) which is a item that transmits power from the engine to the attachment

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Posted November 02, 2011 - 05:46 PM

Might just make a sticky out of it, put it at the top of the Ford Forum. Pm me when you have something gathered.

ok i will pm you when i get something together , thanks




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