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Re: new project

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01-06-2013 10:27:38

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Lot of room in the bell housing for the parts that fell off. Ya the ring gear can be a problem if it took out 3 inches of it. But if it is a n easy start 8N you might find a crank handle so you can hand start it but if you do that be sure you learn how so you do not break your arm. Or park it so you can roll start it or pull start it

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01-06-2013 16:22:48

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 Re: new project in reply to old, 01-06-2013 10:27:38  
actually have a hand crank arm, used it a few times, but until i break the tractor apart to remove broken pieces, dont want to chance tearing up the housing with pieces inside it by running it.

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01-06-2013 19:46:23

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 Re: new project in reply to James Hill, 01-06-2013 16:22:48  
Check the archives it has been talked about a thousand time or more and old man ford made sure to make the bell housing area big enough that the bendex can fall off and have room to spare and run it that way. So if you do not believe me just start looking it is there many many many times and Dell talks about it also

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