Ohm out the spark plug wire first. If good, check coil. If good, check voltage wire going to the coil.Sure does. Died out like it ran out of gas, put gas in it and it wouldn't start back up. Put a charger on there and tinkered with it a while. I tried removing and grounding the plugs to look for a spark, but just to be sure I borrowed the tool/indicator.
All indications on the dash are that all systems are go. Turns over with no trouble. Just don't have fire going into the cylinders.
Just curious...why do you call it a "clown" deck? Is that a reference to "clown" shoes? (oversize)All fixed? nice to meet the predecessor to mine, you're the only other one I know that runs the same 60 inch (clown) deck as I do. To others, it just seems like that deck should not be under there, but it works fine with that power steering.How are your deck caster bearings holding up? I need to rebuild mine, will have replacement flange bearing part # soon.
Thanks for the motor tip, will check mine tomorrow.
Absolutely clown shoe reference, and it takes a lot of energy from the motor to run, you could really leverage the power of that 24 honda with this. It may be tougher to manual steer.If you find a deck with all it's mounts the front will pin right up with the QT.Just curious...why do you call it a "clown" deck? Is that a reference to "clown" shoes? (oversize)
Also, since you have a QT as well, does it look like you could swap a 60" deck into the QT (with the requisite fabrication work)?
I love my QT, but I would like to have a larger deck.