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The front pto tube has no bearings left, the rear pto shaft has been cut with front haft missing. The deck has some broken welds so it hit an immovable object hard. no drive shaft for the deck. The blades look good so they must stay in "time"! The Onan is missing the exhaust flanges but has a good muffler, missing some tins, is not locked, thats as far as I went since the whole thing is covered in pine needles. 20160527_115741.jpg

You can see the back of my new ride, 2005 F150 King Ranch, 3 inch lift.

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Now it is time to get into the books, the rear end is locked up with both wheels on the ground, range selector pin moves as it should, wheels rotate opposite directions when jacked up, maybe the brake is froze up?

In two weeks, I get dedicated shop time, Leonard starts preschool!( he is 4 years old now)
 

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Glad you got it. was thinking of heading down there my self.
This guy had a MF 1010, a Sato Beaver, a Gravley, bunch of box store junk, and told me about a GE Electric tract( did not see that one).

His neighbor was there and said he is a member on this board.(Montgomery ward?)
 

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I think for the exhaust flanges it will use 1" standard pipe i believe i used 3" or 4" pieces i got from the hardware store I cut off the threads on one end and they screwed right down into the block on 1 of my onans 18hp
 
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