Yeah, I haven't been out since last Monday. Good thing we keep a lot of stuff on hand. Well that and that our frequent visitors (UPS, FedEx, and USPS) are still active. I think I'll be here for months.
I added this length of hose on the oil pan drain. Actually I added it shortly after I bought the bought the machine and changed oil the first time and had the oil run on the drive shaft boot and make a mess. But I never remembered to share it here. I'm sure some of you did the same thing, for those that didnt it's just a piece of 5/8" heater hose and a hose clamp. Could prolly get by with 1/2" but all I had here was 5/8". Need about 4" minimum too make a difference, could go up to 6-8" long without it sticking down lower than the front axle.
Hey all, continuing my saga with this 335, it dropped the pto clutch when the yard ate the bolt that holds it on. Went to replace the bolt only to find the p.o. put a heli coil in the crankshaft. The issue is they obviously had no machine experience because the new bolt sits at bit of an...
I have seen several pictures of 2 wheel garden tractors with bolt on front wheels from 4 x 4 garden tractors.
I have searched for the hubs to allow this, but I cannot find them.
Where can someone buy the bolt on front wheel hubs?
Could I please get some help. I have an x485 that the temp and fuel gauge stopped working.When I hit a bump they will sometimes fluctuate Or go to full on the fuel gauge or go in the red on the temp gauge.
I've been contemplating buying a #40 loader for my 425, and ran across a bit on information regarding it's lifting capacity. The numbers I've found are somewhat low, unable to load 250 lb and another said on the order of 300 lb.
For people that own one, is this true? What are you impressions...
I bought a used Deere 445 with PTO and added a Little Buck Loader and Ruegg 3 point. I was going to check, and if needed, shim the hydraulics. Does anyone have a gauge I can borrow either locally in Grand Rapids Michigan or pay for shipping back and forth? I would prefer to not spend the $65 on...