Yes, the rear tires are Carlisle and the front are 350 Mag from AmazonVery nice, it's looking good! You even changed the front tires, from the looks of things? Interesting picture, too.
Thanks for showing the Johnny Bucket mount without the bucket, that helps see the mount a bit better. The plates that slip into the frame look pretty thick.
What's the item at the brake pedal? Did you add something to limit how far the pedal comes up? Or maybe mine is just missing something. That looks like an interesting idea, though, if that's what it's for. That pedal does come up pretty far, at least on mine.
It is a good point. In South Central PA, it is not exactly the arctic circle so I'll probably just use it occasionally. For the last two years, I've used another cheap soft cab (with poor fit) and my body heat alone made it pretty comfortable. The OTC is such a nice tight fit, I suspect it will be very comfortable.That's awesome! I hope it helps. I was quickly doing the math the other day, to see much constant electrical load my tractor could power.
It's a 25A alternator on mine (I'd imagine on yours as well, I think the GS is 15A, since no power steering or deck lift), which is around 330W. But it still needs to run the headlights (my LEDs are about 1.2A total), and the power steering.
So the heater probably can't be sized for toasting marshmallows without running the battery down, but still, it'll be a nice feature!
And if you needed more, and were willing to recharge the battery between uses, you could either add a second battery, and another 12V-powered heater, or just run it off the main battery, which might be discharging when using the full heating output. Looking on Amazon, you can get a bunch that are 150W, and plug into a cigarette lighter. You'd have to change the plug to connect it, of course.
Very nice, enjoy it! It must be a nice change, to start with new equipment. My stuff is generally all used. Take care of it, and hopefully it will take care of you.First brand new tractor, first Cub Cadet. Had two used Craftsmen that didn't last more than a couple years each.
Thanks! Yeah, one is deck height and the other is just the PTO engagement.Very nice, enjoy it! It must be a nice change, to start with new equipment. My stuff is generally all used. Take care of it, and hopefully it will take care of you.
What are the two hand levers on the right? I assume one is deck height, but curious about the second.