That there's worth fixin'
I recently got an old ss-16. It's been sitting long time. Wondering if it's worth the effort to ressurect it or not. I have never driven an Onan powered Sub. I have several sears tractors the oldest a 59 and the newest a 72ss-15 all are Briggs except the 67 Sub10. So I'm not at all familiar with the Onan motors. With so many tractors already do you think it's worth the bother of trying to get it running and if yes then what steps would you recommend? The motor turns by hand there's a pile of crud at the bottom of the flywheel probably a mouse ghetto. What do you Onan guys think? Thanks, Rick