:shock: :shock: :shock:Llano Estacado said:Only thing is now I want a 27" model.
Nice, yeah I have used Dolphin too. They are good people.Llano Estacado said:Hard to estimate how many hours. Probably more time spent researching and sourcing parts than actual physical work. Dolphin Outdoor Power Equipment was very helpful. Great folks there, highly recommend them. Got all the major parts from them. Bearings and chains I picked up locally.
Welcome to the site! Sorry, I've done just about everything else on a TruCut but replace tires and axel.Markharper81 said:Great job on the H20. I am trying to restore 4 C-27's. I am having a very hard time trying to get the rear tire replaced. Anyone have any ideas aside from taking a blow torch to it? I have the removed 1 pin on the axle thus far . I cannot seem to find any other way to get it apart. If anyone has a site or idea, let me know.
Did you ever figure out how to remove the wheels? I have a p20 I need to change the wheels on.SGrabs33 said:@Llano Estacado I was just checking out this old thread when researching how to remove the wheel assembly. Thanks again for the info on the roll pins! How many were there?
Did you ever get the H20 or any other machines refurbed?
What do you mean by stopped working?Aqua170 said:Hello Everyone,
I have tru-cut 20" reel mower that the drive wheel has stopped working. I bought the mower used from a friend and have used it for about a year and a half with no issues. After reading the forum I am not sure if I have a P20 or an H20. If anyone can tell me how to tell the difference please let me know? I believe the issue is the differential but not 100% positive. I am very mechanically inclined and plan to dive into it this weekend but if there is anyone out there who has solved this issue that can point me in the right direction I would really appreciate the insight.
Good luck.Aqua170 said:Hi, sorry for the slow response. I think I was able to learn that I have an H20 because the rep at Pro mower parts told me if I had a B&S engine it's an H20 and I have a Briggs motor. He said the P20's have a Honda engine. And yes, it has a single caster wheel in the front so thank you for confirming it's an H20.
BY "stopped working" I mean the drive wheel has stopped driving when engaged. I am pretty sure the differential has failed. If I take the weight off of it it turns but as soon as it has some resistance you can see it slip. I called today and got a price of $131 for a new one but it has to come from California and will take 7-10 days. Yes, I am going to start taking things apart on the back axle to replace it this weekend. I was able to locate an exploded view on-line so I have a good idea what I am up against but I look forward to it.
It won't look as good as Llano's but as long as I can get it functional again, I'm happy.
If anyone has any do's or don'ts please let me know.