Hugh McKinney said: (quoted from post at 08:54:22 12/27/12) That engine--a 180 degree two cylinder kohler, right? Have you had problems with the magnets coming loose from the inside of the flywheel, thus disabling the charging system? Anybody else have this problem? I tried gluing them back on, but they won't stay glued. A new flywheel with magnets is almost 500 bucks--I am depressed! Any thoughts?[/quote:c77dab5137]
That is pretty standard for that engine/series. Go to Weekend Freedom Machines for your JD GT questions. That place is almost better than this one!!! I have read about guys glueing them back on.
[quote:c77dab5137="kennell"](quoted from post at 15:42:42 12/27/12) Your right abour the turning radius.Its not tight. Fixing it up beats watching TV LOL Kent
But didn't it have independent brakes? That is invaluable on my 318.
This post was edited by sflem849 at 16:41:08 12/27/12.
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