the spring does look like the idler spring for the deck. the variator wont feel like anythings happening unless the engine is running, kind of like a snowmobile clutch. the rods im sorry, i cant help you with
Re: 1968 John Deere 112 in reply to geoff gwisdala, 01-14-2013 15:29:59
I've had the engine running and it still doesn't do anything. I guess I'm going to have to find someone thats got one and compare them. I've got a really good digital camera. Ask me why I didn't take pictures of it when I took apart. Hmmmm, don't know.... Thanks
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