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When I started to take things apart I noticed when I turn it over the engine there is air that comes out of the bolt hole that holds the belt guide. Is that that normal?? It's the one on the right.
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It sure is great to see that we have such great support and advice. Thanks to Brian for his continued help.

Nice to see that you are already working on your restore awol.
 

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grand said:
It sure is great to see that we have such great support and advice. Thanks to Brian for his continued help.

Nice to see that you are already working on your restore awol.
I would be lost without all the help I get here!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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awol, on my Bush Hog D4-10's, the Wisconsin TR-10D & TRA-10D's use a bell housing, so it has 4 tapped holes, the bottom 2 just above the oil line. I even knew the holes went all the way through, but one day in a rush, I grab the engine sitting on the floor of my shed & head to the shop. The oil WAS still in it. I look down to see oil all over my boots, & a nice trail all the way to where I picked it up! :rolleyes: Not one of my best moves!:rofl2:
 

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olcowhand said:
awol, on my Bush Hog D4-10's, the Wisconsin TR-10D & TRA-10D's use a bell housing, so it has 4 tapped holes, the bottom 2 just above the oil line. I even knew the holes went all the way through, but one day in a rush, I grab the engine sitting on the floor of my shed & head to the shop. The oil WAS still in it. I look down to see oil all over my boots, & a nice trail all the way to where I picked it up! :rolleyes: Not one of my best moves!:rofl2:
I'm just glad to have such a wealth of knowledge here to continue with all the things we do here!!!!
 

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grand said:
It sure is great to see that we have such great support and advice. Thanks to Brian for his continued help.
:ditto:
 
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