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lanningjw

Name Jim Lanning
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Date Joined Oct 8, 2009
Date Last Access Dec 14, 2010 8:55 am
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Re: blew the oil fill cap off my JD 1130
#1   Dec 13, 2010 9:17 pm
Replaced the cap today at local hardware store for 2 bucks. I love that picture, to bad all the snow was hitting the dome...lol....
blew the oil fill cap off my JD 1130
#2   Dec 12, 2010 4:14 pm
My JD 1130 oil fill cap came loose. Oil blew all over, shut down the engine right away. Where can I get a replacement on a Sunday for Snow Max BS engine. Maybe Northern will have the yellow cap. Its not the dipstick - it is the oil fill cap below on the engine.
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Re: John Deere 1330SE
#3   Dec 7, 2010 11:52 am
Catt

Had all the JD fixes done to the 1130 last year but it would still slip. This fall, I sealed up the leaks you mentioned in another post. The 1130 worked perfectly last Saturday.

Thanks Jim 

Re: John Deere 1130 SE
#4   Jan 31, 2010 11:02 am
Just change 5 hour break in oil to Mobile one synthetic. I think the BS engine is running smother and quieter now with the new oil! Starts on the first or second pull after hitting the primer a couple of time. I only have to crank the choke one click and the engine fires up.
Re: John Deere 1130 SE
#5   Dec 30, 2009 8:22 am
Catt wrote:
lanningjw, Let us know how yours works after the new clamp and bulb.



I replaced light and clamp, all works well. About $7.50 for the new light, so it was no big deal. I think one of the screws that hold the starter motor on has also fallen out.....

Also I think I need to tighten up the cable that engages the drive, If that doesnt work I am taking it back to the JD dealer. Seems only 3rd gear really has any power. Reverse is bad and 1 and 2 dont have any power.

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