I dismounted the tire and patched it on the inside. It was not hard to get off, easier than motorcycle or car tire for sure. I was able to pop off the bead just by standing on the tire. I scaffed the rubber and patched it, left it under clamp for 24+ hours and it seems to be holding air now...
My B1750 Kubota has a slow leak in the rear (turf) tire. I checked it with soap water and it is in the sidewall. I tried the Slime but it still leaks. I am not sure if it's advisible to try to plug leak in the sidewall. Should I dismount the tire and try to glue it from inside? I fixed many...
I went to AA the other day and FRAM is on the roll - grease, oil, you name it. But I still remember their flimsy filters and will never buy anything FRAM.
That said, for my old Honda motorcycles Autozone sells filters in STP boxes but the filter itself has FRAM printed on it.
Resolved. It was weak battery. The battery was good enough for lights and dash but could not actuate the solenoid and spin the starter.
Of course I took the starter out about four times, had it tested in AA, tried it myself with jumper cables and battery from my jeep - thats when it finally...
I was able to spin the starter on the bench using jumping cables but when the starter is installed and connected to the power lead and I jump past the solenoid - i.e. bring power to the small terminal - nothing happens.
Seems like the starter is dead after all, or the solenoid is finicky.
There is nothing visibly wrong with the wiring harness. I took out and ckecked the main switch, all ok. Verified the black/white wire that turns on the starting rellay has infinite resistance against the ground. The same wire has negligible resistance measured from the starter end to the main...
Yes, the link is a green loop of wire.
I checked the starter, it spins under direct 12V. Could glow plug get grounded? Thats when the dash dimes out, when I turn the key to glow plug position without engaging the clutch.
I was using MMM cutting tall grass. It stalled the engine and when I tried to start it there was a smoke coming from under the engine for few seconds and now the starter does not turn over. When I try, the dash lights go dim. My take is that some wiring or swith burned and is shorted to the...
I found an old electrical Craftsman at Habitat for Humanity. It was $15, worth the try. It worked ok for a year and then it started slipping. I took it apart and - thank you Sears - found the gear it needed for $20. Very handy saw for around the shop and house, even my wife uses it.
This lady comes to a police station:
"I want to report crime. I was forced to have sex with ten men!"
"Don't worry, give us all the information and we will catch them all."
"But I don't need all of them, only number three, four and seven."