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jerry m

12-29-2002 17:48:31




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Two pull rods on steering post. One for choke, other for ? How do you engage the belt pulley?




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leadfoot phill

12-30-2002 17:27:04




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 Re: WC questions in reply to jerry m, 12-29-2002 17:48:31  
the one is a choke the other is the starter rod. to engage the PTO there should be a rod next to the differental disengager thingy :)



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Noly

12-30-2002 05:02:54




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 Re: WC questions in reply to jerry m, 12-29-2002 17:48:31  
one is for choke and the other is for magneto shutoff, might be missing some linkage. From what I have found this linkage is very rare and hard to find. I am looking for the linkage also Noly



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Chris

12-29-2002 18:16:22




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 Re: WC questions in reply to jerry m, 12-29-2002 17:48:31  
on my 41 WC one pull rod is for the choke and the other one grounds the mag to stop the engine



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jerry m

12-29-2002 18:21:04




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 Re: Re: WC questions in reply to Chris, 12-29-2002 18:16:22  
Thanks Chris, that must be it.



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Ron

12-29-2002 17:57:17




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 Re: WC questions in reply to jerry m, 12-29-2002 17:48:31  
Assuming they are the same as the WD... The left one is the choke...rt one starter.. Belt pulley on a WD has 2 positions..loosten the set-bolt, and push it in (engine OFF) until the set-bolt will screw in place, and it will be engaged....reverse, to dis-engage..



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jerry m

12-29-2002 18:16:38




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 Re: Re: WC questions in reply to Ron, 12-29-2002 17:57:17  
Starter rod is down bt trans.Both rods go to a common support under gas tank.One continues on to choke. The other stops at the support.Missing linkage? jerry m



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Tom

12-29-2002 17:52:37




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 Re: WC questions in reply to jerry m, 12-29-2002 17:48:31  
One for starter? PTO engage, WDs have a rod that comes up from a lever on the side of the PTO to about the right side of the steering shaft support.



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chalmersbob

12-29-2002 18:19:43




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 Re: Re: WC questions in reply to Tom, 12-29-2002 17:52:37  
ON A WC THE SECOND ROD IS TO SHUT THE ENGINE OFF. IT GOES TO THE MAG WHICH HAS KILL SWITCH ON THE REAR (ENGINE SIDE) OF IT . THE PTO HAS A LEVER NEXT TO THE STEERING SUPPORT POST THAT YOU PULL TOWARD YOU. THE BELT PULLEY HAS TO BE ENGAGED BY LOOSENING A BOLT AND SLIDING THE PULLEY AND SHAFT TOWARD THE DRIVE SHAFT. SOME WC'S HAD A LEVER, PULL ROD TO ENGAGE THE PULLEY WHEN A CORN PICKER WAS INSTALLED (MOUNTED) ON IT. GOOD LUCK, HAVE FUN WITH YOUR WC.

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jerry m

12-29-2002 18:37:31




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 Re: Re: Re: WC questions in reply to chalmersbob, 12-29-2002 18:19:43  
Thanks to all for the help!! jerry



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