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    Re: PT425 48" Brush Hog Broken Bolt Removal Tip

    They do have bushings, but un-greased you can wear through the bushing and into the blade in a day.
    I upgraded to sintered, oil impregnated bushings, but greasing them is key for me.

    All the...
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    Re: PT425 48" Brush Hog Broken Bolt Removal Tip

    Yes, yes, and yes.

    The general idea is that you want the heat sink material not to be weldable under the conditions that you are welding. Since aluminum has a low melting point, you want the...
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    Sticky: Re: Power Trac Parts Cross Reference Thread

    Update: The Stucchi fittings are a cross match to a Faster NV series.
    The 1/2" is a standard ISO. The Stucchi number is M.BIR 12 NPT, part # 800501005. (The female is 800501004.)
    On my 1445, it is...
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    Re: PT425 48" Brush Hog Broken Bolt Removal Tip

    MR- I just took a tip from a welding video (thank you youtube!) that used an aluminum plat to back up a weld. That gave me an idea to try. I put an aluminum plate below the blade, and then put a...
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    Re: PT425 48" Brush Hog Broken Bolt Removal Tip

    Despite breaking a bolt every couple of hours before I changed my system, I haven't broken a bolt in five years.

    I upgraded to Grade 8 shoulder bolts and sintered oil bushings. (McMaster) I...
  6. Buying Advice Re: Considering Power Trac: Slopes and other questions

    Have a look at Northern tool and the Limbinator. It can be sued at ground level (think fence row brush) or up in trees. I don't think it is what you are looking for, but go for it, if you like it....
  7. Buying Advice Re: Considering Power Trac: Slopes and other questions

    That's the advantage of the PT- they are very simple.

    Europe has so many more because they have so many more small land holdings that are still profitable. Aside from specialty production, like...
  8. Buying Advice Re: Considering Power Trac: Slopes and other questions

    Have a look around the forum- I think that you will find that PTs will do pretty well. I think you may need to decide how badly you want to be on those 30 degree slopes, and for how long, and in what...
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    Re: Attachment storage?

    Having a pallet rack, I would comment that the tractor and the attachment can generate significant amount of downforce. (Attachment, plus tractor weight)

    Point being, when trying to drop an...
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    Re: Power loss in reverse

    Welcom!

    I've had a small pebble get stuck under the treadle...made for a WTH moment when reverse suddenly didn't work. Then it happened with stuck whil brush cutting and then... You get the idea. ...
  11. Thread: The tire saga

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    Re: The tire saga

    Something to consider for next time; sandblast, and powder coat. Way more durable.
    All the best,
    Peter
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    Re: Ever wonder how you did that?

    Welcome to the club. I'm impressed that you count your grease points- that is a great idea. My method is to start on one side, and work my way around doing each end of a cylinder to make sure that I...
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    Re: Just checking in

    Welcome to the forum!

    The ability to look forward is huge, especially with back issues.

    Looking at what you have, knowing the Bloomington area, and what you want to use it for, I think that...
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    Re: 1430 hard to start

    On my 1445, there is a second solenoid, to the outside of the Deutz starter.
    As you can see, the main (+) cable goes to the Deutz, but the control wire (black in the photo) switches the Ford...
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    Re: Swapping Robin out with Kohler today

    Yeah!!! Many congratulations!

    All the best,

    Peter
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    Re: 1430 hard to start

    I had to look pretty carefully at the crimp on the wire from the starter switch and from the Ford solenoid to the Deutz solenoid to see failing crimps. Both mechanically fatigued and wore through...
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    Re: Deutz Run On help

    Easy to check. Leave the hood up, and yank the fan fuse.

    It would only do so for a few seconds. How long a run on are you talking about? Does it stop all at once, or does it slow chug down to...
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    Re: Deutz Run On help

    Carl- Sticky or bad fuel solenoid. If it were me, I would take it out, clean it, and try it again to make sure that it cycles well. If it is good, I would put it back in, if not, new solenoid.

    All...
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    Sticky: Re: Power Trac Parts Cross Reference Thread

    Well in Power-Trac's defense, after browsing around on lots of specification sheets, I did notice that weird as they are, they seem to be the only couplers rated for more than 3000psi, that aren't...
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    Sticky: Re: Power Trac Parts Cross Reference Thread

    Can anyone shed some light on what the larger fittings are for the 14XX and 18XX?
    I'm guessing that they are Stucchi IRV series, specifically, (820001022?), IR34V FA for the larger PTO fittings. Has...
  21. Re: Talked to subarupower parts guy about overheating EH72 EFI engines

    That's great information. So,... Bottom line:

    Check the thermistor and wiring regularly
    Add a fresh air fan to cool the compartment?


    All the best,

    Peter
  22. Re: Overheated Robin EH72-FI (28 hp) in PT-425 solved

    Congratulations!!! That is a wonderful.

    I'm always impressed at how finely balanced air cooled gasoline engines are.

    Thanks for sharing this.

    All the best,

    Peter
  23. Re: I have a love-hate relationship with my PT422

    I think that there are aspects of shade tree engineering at Tazewell. Our machines are still running, right?
    My belief is that they have staked out a section of the market, and they are happy with...
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    Re: 1430 hard to start

    Yes, it is a Ford solenoid. I had one fail at the bracket, which is also the ground, leading to...intermittent starting.
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    Re: 1430 hard to start

    There is an older thread on this. Check the connections. I've had two crimps fail on the metal side of the crimp.

    All the best, Peter
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    Re: Swapping Robin out with Kohler today

    Before you cut it off, I would put some PowerBlaster, or something similar on it, and tap (not hit!) it a couple of times and give it some time to soak in. The fitting has been through a bunch of...
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    Re: Swapping Robin out with Kohler today

    I bought some offset angle wrenches from HF that I use to get the hydraulic hoses. (1/2" to 1 1/2" set) You can swap ends and get ~17 degrees of motion if you have to.
    There are some really...
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    Re: I think I am getting too fat

    Just asking. I'm on ~800 hours/9 years on the first set.

    All the best,

    Peter
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    Re: Swapping Robin out with Kohler today

    If your thermostat is functioning, how can the oil run cooler?

    Confused,

    Peter
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    Re: I think I am getting too fat

    Do you think that there might be something else going on if you are having to rebuild the cylinders every three years?

    Curious,

    Peter
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    Re: Swapping Robin out with Kohler today

    I did that. I can't say that I noticed any difference. I was glad to see how clean the tank was at the very bottom.

    I put in Mobil synthetic 15W50, but there is no appreciable difference when...
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    Re: Swapping Robin out with Kohler today

    Hang in there. It always seems harder when you actually do it, but doing it is 10x the reward.

    I worked for a guy who always suggested that we double our time estimate and multiply by 10 to get...
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    Re: Source for wire?

    I would not recommend direct burial wire. It is not suitable for repeated bending and flexing.

    You can search the archives, but I think is mining cable. Search the forum. Bob999 identified a...
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    Re: Lovejoy wear on my mower

    And when JJ says misalignment, he means microns. You need to get out there with your dial gauge and check, and check, and check again.

    If they aren't aligned, they'll get chewed up pretty darn...
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    Re: How do I fix this - Rounded out holes

    While I'm generally with Ed of all trades on the idea of cutting it all off and starting over, given that this is on your hydraulic tank, I wouldn't in this case.

    I would second the thought of...
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    Re: Frozen Chain Trencher

    I asked Terry about this, and he said don't do it. Not all hydraulic motors run backwards well, and supposedly the chain trencher motor is one of them. (At least on the 1445.)

    For stuck rocks, I...
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    Re: Wackadoodle tire idea

    And R1 is not designed for lateral traction resistance.

    Roadhunter-These tractors (PTs) are a little different. You might want to have a look at some of the videos on the PT website or on...
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    Buying Advice Re: Power Trac 1445 (Buying Questions)

    I have the skid steer version (R4). They work OK for me, at least to the limit of ground adhesion. For slick stuff like 20 degree slope mowing of thistle, I add net chains. I have never tried to use...
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    Re: air-cooled diesel for PT-425?

    You could always install it with a 6.5 degree tilt. :)

    All the best, Peter
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    Buying Advice Re: Power Trac 1445 (Buying Questions)

    The 1445 come with an automatic brake. When the hydraulic pressure exceeds something like 600psi, the brakes come off, like air brakes in a truck. Conversely, when the engine stalls on slope, the...
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    Buying Advice Re: Power Trac 1445 (Buying Questions)

    I have a 2007 1445. The Deutz is a FL2011. I don't know what they are using now. One thing that you should know is that Deutz parts can be specific to a given serial number, so if you call Deutz...
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    Re: 60 inch material bucket for 1430

    mecano...erector set...Sorry guys. I think of them interchangeably.

    I had a friend who collected these and in the early part of the 1900s there were many different versions. Most of them had...
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    Re: 60 inch material bucket for 1430

    Think mechano for adults. (Google it.)

    It is a "U" shaped channel that accepts spring loaded captive nuts at any location. They are made in a variety of thickness and strength. Basically, you can...
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    Re: Best tires for the PT

    Carl,
    I've never heard of chains stretching. Wow, you must be pounding the heck out of them.

    I don't do 45 degrees, but I do have some 30+ degree transitions to my roads, and I don't get chain...
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    Re: Best tires for the PT

    Carl,

    The load ratings come from the number of plys, and the composition (steel, kevlar, polyester). You need a load rating high enough to support the tractor weight, plus load. For my 1445, that...
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    Re: 60 inch material bucket for 1430

    Perhaps I am not understanding the issue, but couldn't you replace the dump cylinder with a longer one, or alter the linkage arm?

    I don't quite understand the logic of the dump/lift cylinders on...
  47. Re: Weird electrical puzzler - breaker pops, the PT1850 runs better until it's shut o

    Wow, missing hydraulic lines. That would have been way, way down my list of things to check. I'm glad to hear that you have it sorted out now.

    Thanks for sharing the detailed post.

    All the...
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    Re: Fan / Thermostat

    If you are concerned that the fan is functional, you could always bypass the thermal switch to see if the fan comes on.

    All the best,

    Peter
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    Re: 1430 Brush Hog/Rough cut mower

    I have the larger 6' brush cutter, and it works just fine. Yes, I have broken bolts, yes the sheaves wear.
    The newer ones have solid tires, or at least mine does. Never rolled one off a rim.
    I...
  50. Thread: SnowMageddon

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    Re: SnowMageddon

    And for the envelope, please... The bike lube in question is?

    Thanks!

    FWIW: I use Fluoramics antirust spray, HinderRust. It is a penetrating, light oil.

    All the best,

    Peter
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    Re: Updated Chainsaw Mounts

    Why not add a pin holder somewhere protected, like on the tunnel? That way the pin is handy when you need it, and out of the way of evil brush snatchers. (I leave mine on the shop wall until I need...
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    Re: 10 Hours later . . . an update

    If it were me, I would just run them straight down toward the creek on some constant slope, with a perforated cap on the end. You could always run a pressure washer hose and nozzle up every so often...
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    Re: Just rebuilt Tram pump

    Yup, that would do it. (I think that it's a really nice full wave rectifier laid out in hydraulics.)

    Could I raise a few concerns?

    If those check valves wear, or break, the tractor would be...
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    Re: 10 Hours later . . . an update

    Dear Digger258,
    I would recommend that you think about what will clog your system before you start. Something will eventually, you just want it to be later, rather than sooner, e.g. silt, sand,...
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    Re: 10 Hours later . . . an update

    I would by or rent a laser level to make sure you know where the trench needs to go. Then spray paint a line to follow. The PT wobbles when the soil density changes or if the operator nudges...
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    Re: Just rebuilt Tram pump

    Because the pump and motors reverse flow, you would need high flow check valves to keep from blowing the dirt back off the filter, and a plumbing arrangement that enable the filter to bypass in say...
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    Re: Just rebuilt Tram pump

    Wonderful! Thanks for sharing.

    All the best,

    Peter
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    Re: Quad tires for PT Tires

    I have the Carlisle R-4s. Chains definitely improve the traction when I'm brush cutting behind a 72" brush cutter. Whenever it is wet, or I'm cutting something slimy, I always use chains.

    I think...
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    Re: PT order in WA state

    Steel prices are way, way down this year. China is on track to export 100MM tons of it, more than any other country has capacity to make, except Japan.

    All the best,

    Peter
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    Re: Quad tires for PT Tires

    What do you mean by "Never sure of the side holding on the skid steer"?
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    Re: 10 Hours later . . . an update

    With the tiller, you can roll back the tines until they aren't penetrating the soil. I often till, roll it back, apply a little down force, or just pop it into float, and then drag the loosened soil...
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    Oil & Fuel Re: Rough Idle - Carb Issue

    Thanks for sharing!

    FWIW, I use Sta-Bil in all of my gasoline engines to help prevent gumming. I also tend to run carb/injector cleaner in the fuel on a regular basis- mostly because I think...
  63. Thread: Kohler clutch?

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    Re: Kohler clutch?

    Google-Fu is the word. I couldn't find an exact match either. The closest that I found is a 2423903S at Jack's small engine, but it is $1,000, and I am not sure it is the exact clutch. I'd be tempted...
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    Re: Generalized Questions

    OMG- rotting turkey carcasses. Wow, I can't even begin to imagine how bad it is to hit a maggot infested dead turkey.

    If I thought they were out in my fields, I'd be mowing with an electrically...
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    Re: Now I have a problem

    YEAH!!

    Congratulations on getting everything fixed and running.

    All the best,

    Peter
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    Re: Now I have a problem

    On your mystery item, I would be thinking a high temp switch. Is there an electrical circuit through the item?

    All the best,

    Peter
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    Re: Now I have a problem

    um...that's the crankcase breather tube right?

    Since you just changed the oil, I suspect that you have had a leaking carb that has dumped a bunch of gasoline into your crankcase. What is the oil...
  68. Thread: Kohler clutch?

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    Re: Kohler clutch?

    Better battery, bigger cables, anything to lower the resistance to the starter is good.
    All the best,
    Peter
  69. Thread: Kohler clutch?

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    Re: Kohler clutch?

    Their primary business is building mine equipment, where it is always a balmy 52F.

    All the best,

    Peter
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    Re: Now I have a problem

    And snowing...with grizzly bears nosing around.
    :laughing:

    But yes, I once blew a wheel motor seal on a 35 degree angle, down the hill from the road. Not exactly the place that you would choose...
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    Re: Generalized Questions

    WoodlandFarms is right; we mow different things. Mowing grass or thistles is never an issue for either of us.

    Brush cutting is a different story for me. When I'm brush cutting, nothing is small -...
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    Re: More Newbie questions

    If you have air in a hydraulic circuit, movement will be spongey. In the drive circuit, you can see/feel it as lag in starting and stopping.

    You can also see foamy bubbles in the hydraulic tank...
  73. Thread: Kohler clutch?

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    Re: Kohler clutch?

    MR- Isn't it about load? If "your" clutch disengaged the drive and PTO pumps, a big chunk of the load on the engine would be "off line".

    Of course, cost of clutch, lengthened tub/cover vs block...
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    Re: More Newbie questions

    The sticker on my tub says 10W40. This has been covered before, but there is very little difference between 5W and 10W oil when cold.

    Ken's point about getting the suction filter tight is really...
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    Re: Generalized Questions

    Old engines with old seals can dry out with synthetic oils- then they leak. Mechanics generally are talking about pre-unleaded gas. Your vintage engine isn't that old. It should be fine. There is...
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    Re: Generalized Questions

    I can't speak for others, but feeling safe around gasoline and AC power- never.
    I always worry about fuel vapors, and the potential to transfer energy from electricity to fuel to cause ignition.
    ...
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    Re: Firewood Gathering With A Power Trac

    You know, if you watch the ATV, especially the wheel angle view point, there doesn't seem to be much impact.

    I would bet that it works great on softwood, and not so much on locust and oak.

    It...
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    Re: Firewood Gathering With A Power Trac

    Or, you could do what I do, and use the PT brush cutter... 4" oaks go down on the first pass. If I had many of them to do, I'd probably add a roll bar rail out front to push the trunks down, so the...
  79. Thread: Robin EH72 KIA

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    Re: Robin EH72 KIA

    Details please! I'm curious which Kubota engine you have and what is the HP and fuel per hour on that engine?

    (Where did you get it? What did it take to put it in? )

    All the best, Peter
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    Re: Firewood Gathering With A Power Trac

    You guys are clearly better at this than I am. I moved 50 cu yards of compost on Sunday ahead of the rains, and while the PT did a lot, I still shoveled some, and I was definitely sweating and...
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    Re: Ignition Switch

    Dear MR,

    Have a look, but since it died by spinning and not engaging, the odds are on a broken spring (doable) or a bad gear (not so doable) or a bad winding (really not doable, at least in my...
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    Re: Source for hydraulic cooler fan

    I'd bypass the thermal switch first, but other than that, I agree with MR.
    They are a very standard part and they do wear out, especially if they are used without a relay to handle the switching...
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    Re: Ignition Switch

    Customer service seems to be a challenging concept for many people these days.

    Online seems to be a chunk cheaper $70. KOHLER 25 098 11-S STARTER MOTOR OEM is still $135-ish.

    Good luck.

    All...
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    Re: Ignition Switch

    X2 on this one. Use electrical contact cleaner and follow it up with a dry contact lubricant such as graphite, or teflon.

    WD40 is "Water Displacement, recipe 40", a light mineral oil and it will...
  85. Re: Weird electrical puzzler - breaker pops, the PT1850 runs better until it's shut o

    So, what exactly are you proposing as an SOP for cleaning the alternator?

    Every time I clean the oil cooler, I use an extended nozzle air jet to clean any dust that can be blown out. I do this...
  86. Re: Weird electrical puzzler - breaker pops, the PT1850 runs better until it's shut o

    As Mike mentioned, these alternators contain significant quantities of unicorn hair and diamonds. :)

    Deutz is superb at making reliable, compact engines. The flip side to that is that this isn't a...
  87. Re: Weird electrical puzzler - breaker pops, the PT1850 runs better until it's shut o

    Yes, they are pricey little items. Make sure that you keep the B+ and D+ connections straight.

    I just mention the battery cables and connections because a common cause of death for alternators is...
  88. Re: Weird electrical puzzler - breaker pops, the PT1850 runs better until it's shut o

    Mike,
    One other thought: you might want to double check is that the battery cables, and that their respective ends and mounting bolts are clean, tightly fastened, and not internally corroded....
  89. Re: Weird electrical puzzler - breaker pops, the PT1850 runs better until it's shut o

    The Deutz uses a number of Torx head bolts. I would recommend Torx sockets over wrenches, as some of them need to be tightened to specified torque settings. Just a thought...

    All the best,

    Peter
  90. Re: Weird electrical puzzler - breaker pops, the PT1850 runs better until it's shut o

    These voltages are normal. They are indicative of a load on the alternator (i.e. the battery).The voltage is being measured at the battery, i.e. over some amount of resistance in the wires. The...
  91. Re: Weird electrical puzzler - breaker pops, the PT1850 runs better until it's shut o

    Mike, This is my point. Alternators require batteries to set the field polarity correctly. If you remove that DC of even a nearly flat (1V) battery, the alternator fields are no longer constrained...
  92. Re: Weird electrical puzzler - breaker pops, the PT1850 runs better until it's shut o

    Well Welcome back Mike.

    I think the big question is why is the breaker going. Once the breaker pops, you are on borrowed time, as there is nothing to keep the alternator from undergoing a field...
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    Buying Advice Re: Newbie Questons

    You don't get under a FEL without supports for the same reason you don't get under a vehicle with only a jack. Or in a car without seat belts, or.... S**t happens. A small earthquake, metal fatigue,...
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    Re: PT425 48" Brush Hog Broken Bolt Removal Tip

    Big blades = big energy. Great for reducing 4" oaks to chips. Also great for sending 10lb chunks a couple hundred feet. My wife now spots me from at least 350' away after one particularly large...
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    Buying Advice Re: Power-Trac 1430

    I know of a guy who paints all of his hand tools pink.

    Not to prevent theft, just so he can find dropped ones any time of the year. :laughing:

    All the best,

    Peter
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    Buying Advice Re: Power-Trac 1430

    The chain tip is from Ken. Thanks again!

    I have two pairs of "Reinforced European Style Net Chain" from Snow Tire Chains - TireChains.com They fit the 10x16.50 loader tires that are standard on...
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    Re: Lovejoy Coupling

    I understand wanting to be ready for winter. I would not want to change a Lovejoy connector when it was 15F.

    Could one of your engine mounts be loose or perhaps cracked (rubber)? A bad bearing...
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    Re: Lovejoy Coupling

    Lovejoy couplers come in sizes; measure yours and you should be good to go to find a replacement.

    My experience with them is that misalignments will destroy them in no time flat. If yours has...
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    Buying Advice Re: Power-Trac 1430

    I think it depends on your soil and vegetation what the benefits of chains are.

    For me, mowing, they are night and day- almost no sideways crabbing with chains. The tractor "feels" stuck like...
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    Buying Advice Re: Power-Trac 1430

    I agree with MossRoad: bigger tires undo much of the advantages of a PT, i.e. lowers torque, and reduces the safety side slope. I also think his method of cultivation sounds good to me.

    Given...
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