Some work on the trailer today, wheels on, jack and safety chains installed and lights mounted but not wired yet:
Thanks Mike! Been a long time getting to this point, it's about 88 degrees out right now so I'm taking a break and will hopefully get the wiring done and tested tomorrow and started on getting the deck installed. Hoping to have it road ready by the weekend!That trailer looks awesome out of the garage!!!
I'll be doing some trailer work this weekend (cleaning and rewiring a galvanized boat trailer, preparing to sell). Nothing compared to this!
Thanks, I think I'm going to need it! Weather is supposed to be upper 80s Saturday, and upper 70s Sunday.Thanks Mike!
Good luck cleaning up and selling your trailer. It will be nice to sit back and admire someone else trailer work for a bit!!
With that first picture are you saying that CC's are two baggers?My one day off till Tuesday. Cleaning the 3205 up in prep for tearing into the rear axle to fix leaking pillow block seals. Drained and washed the tank out too.
Still need to figure out what size fuel line this thing is supposed to have and what filter is at the rear. It has a mix of 1/4" and 5/16" fuel lines and the parts diagrams don't show the rear filter. Front filter is 5/16".
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Yeah, looks small stripped down. Part of it is the water cooled Kawasaki looks tiny compared to a Kohler with all its air baffles even with all the sheetmetal present. Looks like a 5HP push mower engine.Looking good. But wow, it's interesting how much less substantial they look without the fenders, tank, etc. You realize that what's really holding it all together, the important stuff, is comparatively small.
If you look at pic 2 you can see the metal electric fuel pump. The filter is behind the blue tape and is a pre-filter between the tank and pump to keep the pump from eating trash from the tank.Can you simply your life, get a fitting to reduce the fuel line so you can use 1/4 inch from front to back, and lose one of the filters???
Anyone know of a good reason to leave it so complicated?