Derick Hood: Uh uh uh uh no offense but dang and know what the stuff is called before hand and what's wrong with it before hand
Roy Blenkhorn: uhm ah . eh. uh. duh. eh. this is a stupid video. and you should have thought about what you were going to say before you filled it up with umms and ahhs
Hillman Wents: useless video
Crash Gear: I am looking for one as well please let me know if you've found one...
rustyfender07: Where can I download the manual for your model? I presume this is model 917.25671? It is not available at Sear's web site.
TheGrissomCat: hello I have the same tractor I love it. I have a quick question how do you check the fluid the fluid in these hydro's? How do you know when it is full? Thanks
Nick'sGarageDoorService: I have the same engine on my racing mower. Take the muffler off once and fire it up at idle... Just use choke. It sounds like a motorcycle idling. :-)
Nascar3244888: @schindlerman96 i think a tune up is a good place to start once you run it out of fuel it sometimes will take a while to get the fuel to the engine from the tank because of it being in the rear....other than that if you had choke on while starting it and the engine was warm mine would do the same thing and not start...all i had to do was leave it sit 15 min come back and it started right up but it would also smoke black at first due to the rich fuel mix caused by the choke being on...
Nascar3244888: @schindlerman96 unforunitly i no longer have the tractor...however if you have the knob on the dash you can turn the knob one way or another and it will either raise or lower the deck height
Nascar3244888: @schindlerman96 nope
Nascar3244888: @schindlerman96 battery is almost shot, it actually died a month or so after this vid, i just use the jumper pack to start it now
Matt Schmit: I just got a 2000 Craftsman 20hp Turbo Cooled w/ a 6 speed tranny. Dual transfer cases.
Nascar3244888: @318dodgeN350camaro thanks
LawnboyTim: Sweet tractor, that opposed sounded sweet.
partyboyperk: that the way my craftsman like that is oh and did you make sure the cooling fan was still on the trany pulley i burnt mine up not using that