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Putting hole in #G1 grill for shaft

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06-11-2006 05:54:12

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Does anyone know where the hole should be in grill for a front pump shaft? The #G2 grill has hole but the cheap #G1 has no hole. What would the hole size be? Thank You.

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Larry 8N75381

06-11-2006 10:42:32

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 Re: Putting hole in #G1 grill for shaft in reply to Hurk, 06-11-2006 05:54:12  

Most pumps mount too close to the front axle for you to be able to put the gill on. Some of the front loader "mounting" instructions show how to cut the grill. A large retangular section is cut out of the bottom of the grill so that it will clear the pump.

Now, if you are going to mount a front pump that is not part of a loader, then I assume you are fabricating something yourself and the pump can be mounted further away from the front axle. Then the hole in the #G2 "should" be in alignment with the engine front pulley. The hole is there for a hand crank to be inserted so you can start the engine by hand, if needed.

More information on what you are doing and planning would help.


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06-11-2006 07:43:08

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 Re: Putting hole in #G1 grill for shaft in reply to Hurk, 06-11-2006 05:54:12  
Take the grill off and save it. Make a temp grill out of expanded metal or something. On my 2n, I took the grill off and put it on the shelf, worth more $$$ with out a hole cut in it!

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