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Old 08-13-2017, 11:21 AM
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Ok so that one should have come with a yellow/second series deck? every time I turn around I find out about a new cyclops I hadn't heard about before. is all that covered in the book or does it not cover cyclops?
My 1860 came new from the dealer with a white under carriage and white deck. Since the deck is optional to the tractor, I don't know what was spec'd from CC.
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yeah no idea of the specs either. forgot about the mowers being add ons. it looks like the bigger pto started in 92, but I'm sure there was some in between because of the optional decks.
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yeah no idea of the specs either. forgot about the mowers being add ons. it looks like the bigger pto started in 92, but I'm sure there was some in between because of the optional decks.
I believe the large PTO started with the 1440 and 1641 with the Vanguard engine, whatever was their first year. The 1535, 1860, 1861, 1862 continued on with the small PTO until the Command came on line and then I think all Cyclops had the large PTO from that point on.
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I an sure the parts book shows the serial number breakdown of the pto change on those models.

Did the drain gas, replace bungs, new fuel filter, clean shutoff valves, and clean carb routine today, runs fine now, this has the the solenoid on the walbro carb so no backfire.
I doing new oil and filter.
That about it for now.

Crazy setup for the plow, PO used the snow thrower lift parts, wheel brackets off a deck, and some pins to make the plow fit and it works!
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