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Seems like the work on my 716 & 718 hydros never ends, but it is fun to tinker. I just hate too spend the money. Just installed a new charging system(stator,rectifier,& amp gauge) in my 716. Stator and rectifier were costly but that's better than having to walk back to the buildings to get something to jump it with. also did some other work that needed to be done. Also rebuilt the shroud under my 48 inch deck. Now they are both back up and running. Thank goodness. Now I need a couple parts for friends. First is a flywheel for 16hp, twin cyl(I believe,I'll have to find my notes with numbers,OHV,Techumsa. Next is a drive belt for an AC 310 Shuttle. Any help would be appreciated. I'll try and get a couple pics posted now that we have a DIG. cam. Thanks DarrellL

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