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Painting WD-9 rims and clutch pedal spring

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08-12-2001 13:45:34

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The brackets in the rim from a WD-9 (where the bolts go to bolt to the wheel), are they to be red or silver? Also, is a WD-9 supposed to have a spring on the clutch pedal to hold the pedal up? It does stay up without but there are holes for one I am guessing. Thanks so much.

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08-15-2001 21:36:39

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 Re: painting WD-9 rims and clutch pedal spring in reply to Rich, 08-12-2001 13:45:34  
On my 600 I powder coated the whole rim silver. There 8 of those brackets on each rim, I think that would be a lot of masking to paint each one red. All the pictures I've seen WD9, 600 & 650 the rim a brackets are silve.

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08-16-2001 06:46:19

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 Re: Re: painting WD-9 rims and clutch pedal spring in reply to Red Rider, 08-15-2001 21:36:39  
Thanks fellows. The rims will stay all silver. We are planning to paint the rest of the tractor this Sunday. Will also try to find a replacement spring this afternoon by getting one about 1 inch shorter than the brake pedal return springs.

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08-12-2001 18:52:19

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 Re: painting WD-9 rims and clutch pedal spring in reply to Rich, 08-12-2001 13:45:34  

I've seen the wheel lugs painted both ways. I have some old W-9 Sales literature and they looked red to me. I painted my lugs red. And yes, there should be a spring for the clutch pedal and one on each brake pedal. Found some to fit perfectly at TSC.


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08-12-2001 14:32:05

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 Re: painting WD-9 rims and clutch pedal spring in reply to Rich, 08-12-2001 13:45:34  
Rich I've seen the brackets painted both ways, but I believe they are suppose to be red, at least thats what I have seen in the factory pictures which are far and few between. On the spring the answer is yes, if the clutch gets out of adjustment the pedal may drop and thus would be putting pressure on the clutch, thus the spring would return to the top and prevent this :o)

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