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Re: 851 or 861 How to tell

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I got this off ebay it listed as not running so i took a chance and bought it as is. I am planning on putting my wagner 130 from my 8n onto the 850. I bought it not running and it started yesterday for me. I started with a battery, then put plugs in it, then wires, changed the cap and button. She purrs like a kitten. Proof meter does not work, but I had 40 lbs oil pressure and a low idle. Oil was real clean, but I will change it this weekend. Brakes work great. I do have a problem of gas overflowing in the carb into the air hose, so hopefully a simple overhaul will do the trick. It feels and loofs like it has a 2 stage clutch, but the pto quit spinning as soon as you step on the clutch pedal.

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05-01-2014 07:34:03

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 Re: 851 or 861 How to tell in reply to Thommoos, 05-01-2014 07:17:21  
did you find / feel a hald way area on the clutch that stopped drivetrain but not pto?

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05-01-2014 08:58:41

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 Re: 851 or 861 How to tell in reply to soundguy, 05-01-2014 07:34:03  
Yes i did feel the half way but both quit working, adjustment and does this mean that the PTO is live?

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05-01-2014 09:14:59

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 Re: 851 or 861 How to tell in reply to Thommoos, 05-01-2014 08:58:41  
if it is live, htere will be a mid point that the drivetrain stops, but pto is still spinning.

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