How To Set or Adjust The Valves On A Riding Mower – with Taryl



In “The Valve Adjustment” Taryl Jr. shows you how to set the valves on a riding mower with OHV. Also features a “Quik Tip” at the end. There’s your Dinner!!

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Mystery Sears Craftsman LT11 riding mower.



Looking for a little clarification on why this mower has the foot controls only on the right side and not the left like most riding mowers do. The owners manuals I have found online all show the foot controls on the left side (see link)

Model Number of lawn tractor: C45960311
Serial Number : 870568A

http://lawnandgarden.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/craftsman/craftsman_lawn_mower_product_list.html

Anyone know why?

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Cub Cadet GT2550 Kohler Command Engine Rebuild, Install (Timelapse), and First Start



Just thought I’d throw together some pictures and clips I took while we rebuilt (and re-installed) the Kohler Command 22 HP engine out of my grandfather’s Cub Cadet GT2550 tractor. With only 600 original hours, the valve seals went bad on the right-hand cylinder, causing it to burn a lot of oil, constantly foul the spark plugs, and run quite poorly. Since we bought it in 2008, my grandfather has used it to mow his lawn weekly, mow his vacant property once or twice a month, mow my lawn one whole season while my Deere LA150 was down, and I’ve used it one or two seasons to mow and fertilize all my customer’s lawns around the neighborhood. Occasionally, we have also used it around town to mow large properties for a couple people. It’s been a pretty hard worker but my grandfather does tend to work it like a farm tractor and so it’s always lugging and doing heavy work. My uncle offered to rebuild the engine for him over the winter, since it would be a fairly simple project, although the opposite actually occurred.

We steam-cleaned the whole tractor, tore everything down, and were surprised to find a minimal amount of carbon build-up on the cylinder heads, pistons, and valves. And the piston rings were not broken, which is what we were expecting to find. Also, we found out they don’t use any bearings between the connecting rods and the crankshaft, which makes you wonder how these things even hold up in the first place… but we ordered two cylinder head kits with gaskets and valve seals, as well as a set of piston rings, and then sent the block to a local machine shop to have the cylinders honed, new piston rings installed, and have the pistons and connecting rods put back in the block. My uncle spent a day putting the timing cover, heads, carb, intake, and muffler all back together. Then I came along and installed the rest of the shrouding/tins, throttle and choke linkage, some electrical parts, and put two new spark plugs in.

We dropped the engine in the frame, and after pondering and screwing around with the poorly-engineered mount and driveshaft coupler setup, we got the driveshaft hooked up and managed to get the block bolted down to the frame. Hooked up all the electrical and linkages, except for the choke cable which apparently broke into pieces. Put fresh gas in the tank, filled with two quarts of Pennzoil 10w-30, and she fired right up and ran really good!

There were a lot of questionable engineering flaws on this machine which I kind of expected considering it’s built by MTD. I certainly would not buy one of these but technically it’s not my tractor…so I didn’t have a choice when buying it. My grandfather was skeptical of buying a used tractor, and he wanted a machine with Kohler power and a shaft-driven transmission. This was reasonably priced too, but still doesn’t hold a candle to John Deere’s high-end garden tractors. This was a great learning experience for sure. Now I know why I want to become an engineer – so I can improve the many dumb design flaws we faced when trying to mount this engine up and get it ready to go! More trouble than it was worth….I guess most equipment these days is just designed to be thrown away, especially an MTD-quality machine like this. We all agree these are nothing like the IH Cub Cadets. Let’s see how this rebuilt Kohler runs, given the quality of the parts it was built with, and the quality of the machine it was installed in.

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MTD Snowblower Carburetor Rebuild Kit Installation #951-14033



This video provides step-by-step instructions for installing the carburetor rebuild kit (rebuilding the carburetor) on MTD small engines, commonly found on Cub Cadet snowblowers. The most common reason for rebuilding the carburetor is if it is clogged, causing the engine to run poorly or not run at all, and cleaning the carburetor doesn’t fix the problem.

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All of the information in this carburetor rebuild kit installation video is applicable to the following brands: MTD, Cub Cadet

Tools used: 3/8” socket, 5/16” socket, 10mm socket, 1/2” wrench, 10mm wrench, flat-head screwdriver

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MTD Snowblower Engine Recoil Starter Replacement #951-12015



This video provides step-by-step instructions for replacing the recoil starter on MTD small engines, commonly used in MTD, Craftsman, Cub Cadet, Troy-Bilt, Yard Machines, and Yard-Man snowblowers. The most common reason for replacing the recoil starter is if the rope or spring breaks, causing the engine to not start.

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Tools used: 3/8” socket, 5/16” socket

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MTD Powermore engine – Replacing the carburetor – Part 1



Replacing a carburetor on a MTD Yard Machines snow thrower.
Model #31AM62EE752
Carburetor #951-10974A

http://4strokerebuild.blogspot.com/

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MTD Chipper/Shredder (242A645) repair / tune up and first start up – part 1



I show how I go about getting an MTD chipper shredder (model 242A645) with a 5hp Briggs and Stratton 30212 engine running and tuned up.

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