Posted by John Schmincke on September 30, 2012 at 19:11:51 from (220.127.116.11):
In Reply to: Re: OK OK OK posted by sHan tn on September 30, 2012 at 17:06:41:
Yes, the clutch is held down by a cinder block. Sherman in lo, trans in 3rd, plugs out of the engine and some oil squirted down the cylinders so the pistons can cycle more freely. Works very nice. I placed a mirror to watch the flywheel spin so I could determine when to shoot more cleaner in the hole. Turning the rear wheel slowly lets the solution distribute itself more evenly without running out of the cotter pin hole. Gives me the impression I'm getting maximum use from each spray. I found a flat area in the driveway right behind the house where I think I will split the tractor if needed. Hoping it does'nt go that far but will welcome the end results if I can get it done B4 the snows arrive.
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