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Hi,

Need your help ! :oops:
I'm looking for an operator and technical manual for this tractor.
Needs information about setting values (Valves, cylinder head, pistons, crankshaft .....)
I'm thankful for any Information :!:
 

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I have already found some in the net but not specific for the early Spoker (or D)
There are general data in those manual about the A, B, D, G, H...
When I give up the tractor, I will inform you ! :p

Thank you anyway for the information. ;)
 

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@ BigdaveinKY : Many thanks for the link :!: :!: :!:
I just ordered there.
I don't have known this website before.
 

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Hello,

Now I'am looking for an end part from the exhaust. :shock:



Any of you know where I can muster such a part ? :?

Thanks for your help. :)

 

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That muffler looks home made (like an oversized Briggs and Stratton lawn mower muffler). I am surprised it doesnt have the 2 bowl shaped type of muffler that is usually seen on the old one lunger mufflers.

 

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Hi,

Tthe part must be original, I have more photos, of other Spoker, where it is .
It would be a great chance, if different tractors have the same homemade part.





 

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It appears to be an original spark arrestor type muffler. All the ones I have seen have the open bellow style.

Here is one I saw over the weekend.

 
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