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For those who are curious as to what the engine looks like and ease of access on a 1026R with side covers removed.
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nice pictures
 

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Thanks for the pics. :thumbup1gif: I have studied how to take the side covers off, and examined them closely, but haven't actually taken them off.
 

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It's real easy. Remove the bolt, slide the cover to the rear to remove.
 

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Did you have the covers off to wax the engine?

Get that thing dirty already!
 

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LOL

I admit. I got a little Randy on it today and cleaned her up good.

I had helped out a neighbor who received a dump truck full of mulch. Then I fixed a hole in his driveway. After that I fixed his ditch. The 1026R deserved a bath. What a workhorse.

I had a good day :D
 

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im glad you like your 1026R they seem like pretty good machines
 

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What I like is the nice fuse panel. The 2305 only has four fuses, all used. Looks like your's has 5 or 6, with a few empty slots. I had to wire in a 6 slot fuse panel to hook up my LED lights. What's the output on the alternator?
 

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The alternator on my tractor is spec'd at 40 amps.
 

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Ouch... The 2305 is only 20, but I believe there is an option to bump it up to a 35 amp alternator.
Why the ouch? :dunno::confused::unknown:
 
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