A piece of thin metal about 6"x3"s, cut 2 slots in one end for a hose clamp to slide through about an inch apart, clamp it to the exhaust pipe, then you can bend it to divert the exhaust away from the chute.
I had the exact same problem with my 2720. I purchased a short piece of high temperature silicon hose from Ebay. It is used on turbos and only costs around $6. You can get them in 90-degree and 45-degree. I bought the correct diameter so I can just slip it over the end of my exhaust pipe and it diverts the exhaust away from the snow blower. You can't even tell it is on there unless you look closely.
I bought this LT155 and the wiring was all rigged. I was able to figure it out except for the charging.
The wires were burned at the plugs from voltage regulator to the relay.
The picture above shows the red wire from B+ going to a splice which goes to the key switch and solenoid and...
My variable speed lever isn't working like it should. sometimes I can feel the tension on it when i move it up and it speeds up. And other times i don't feel any tension and nothing happens.
any ideas on what could be causing it?
This not a hate post. I'm not much of a poster but I lurk quite a bit. My 1985 John Deere 316 served me very well over the last 3 years I've owned it. But The engine is tired, steering sloppy and the hydro leaks. I did not want to invest so much time and money into an older not very valuable or...
Want to trade in a 2013 x500 w/48 on a 2017 x390/54 deck, but keep the 48 inch deck on the x390, dealer says that will work fine.
Is this true? The x500 has 230 hours and the x390 has 400. What is mine worth and wha is theirs worth.
Starting to do an engine job on my John Deere 210. Kohler K241AQS engine on it. Was smoking like a banshee all last summer. Burned about a quart of oil a week.
Picked up a set of STD rings for the engine, a ball hone, piston ring expander, valve clamp, a set of measurement...