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bergalur

hi everybody i just got this tractor for free and is planning to restore it to use it. so i'm looking for parts like a generator for my homelight t 16h riding tractor hydro will update if i find some of theses part's in my neighbor sheds. my neighbor gave it to me but has either lost or misplaced some parts plus some parts are just perised like belts will need some help that's why i went here thank you all for helping me out

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bergalur
3 hours ago, 720nut said:

Bergalur, I have 2 of the starter gen's , see your in Idaho

how much if i can't find it in my neighbor's sheds i'll definitely buy it off you for 1 after i show some picts to confirm these are the correct parts thanks

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PhanDad

Welcome to the club.  And to being a "Hommie" owner.

Your Homelite is AC built vs @casinojim's Simplicity built.  

The good news is, almost all of the "mechanicals" are the same, so acquiring mechanical parts usually isn't an issue.  The steering and front axle are the main mechanical differences.  Here's a pic of my early Homelite T-12 front axle:

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And @Talntedmrgreen's late T-16:

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Notice the mule drive differences.  

The decks are unique to the AC built Homellites and the AC 300/400 tractors.  There are a few Simplicity right hand discharge decks that are similar, but I'm not sure of parts interchange.  Your deck is missing one of the leveling arms.  Here's what it should look like.

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Your tractor's original Briggs engine had a S/G.  It appears the carb is missing?  

 

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corrected post about my pic confusion (Jim's tractor has odd placed crankshaft??)

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bergalur
35 minutes ago, PhanDad said:

Welcome to the club.  And to being a "Hommie" owner.

Your Homelite is AC built vs @casinojim's Simplicity built.  

The good news is, almost all of the "mechanicals" are the same, so acquiring mechanical parts usually isn't an issue.  The steering and front axle are the main mechanical differences.  Here's a pic of my early Homelite T-12 front axle:

 Home2.jpg.3a9a91b91759bf1d5e9fe40ae32aa4ba.jpg

And @Talntedmrgreen's late T-16:

Josh7.thumb.jpg.f468ac123d116ef18ead11157b8ddc60.jpg

Notice the mule drive differences.  

The decks are unique to the AC built Homellites and the AC 300/400 tractors.  There are a few Simplicity right hand discharge decks that are similar, but I'm not sure of parts interchange.  Your deck is missing one of the leveling arms.  Here's what it should look like.

IMG_5756.thumb.jpg.f7f2a93795557417b08f26ed8673ce29.jpg

Your tractor's original Briggs engine had a S/G.  It appears the carb is missing?  

 

so i got it from my neighbor and he unfortunately has dementia and took it apart and took the carb off but i found the carb just need to find the starter generator it there just need to find it plus my is a homelight hydro

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kwt

Where are you at? I have one of these that needs a new home. Mine's rough, but not that rough. I don't have a deck but have some parts for a deck.

 

 

Idaho? Gaack.

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bergalur

Hi guys sorry for not being on the forums just bean busy but i am wondering if you guys by chance have a fuel tank and a starter generator for my 1970-73 Homelight t16-h mower and a throttle cable and switch those are all i see is missing plus if you could help me find the correct gaskets for a full ingien rebuild and a carberator rebuild

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bergalur

heres the very last photos 

p.s i need the starter generator and throttle switch and a carb rebuild kit and a full ingen and hydro trans gasket kit thanks

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Chris727

There is not an all-in-one kit for the transmission gaskets. The axle/differential are Simplicity products and the hydrostatic pump was made by Vickers. It is a Vickers T-66. Someone was selling seal kits on eBay for the T-66. Individual gaskets and seals for the  rear axle/differential can be obtained through Simplicity if still current parts.  Additionally if the hydrostat pump is leaking it may need the housing bored and bushed for the pintle shaft. 

 

 

 

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PhanDad
On 5/18/2021 at 9:31 PM, bergalur said:

if you guys by chance have a fuel tank

AC built Homelite fuel tanks are unique; they have a molded in barb on the bottom outlet of the tank:

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The original T-12 tank barb cracked and leaked.  If I remember correctly, I tried a Sovereign tank, but the fitting Simplicity uses at the bottom of the tank with the straight down barb couldn't be used - not enough vertical room to make the 90 deg turn.  

The only AC built Homelite gas tank I could find was in a tractor junk yard; the outlet was fine, but the top seam was cracked.  Some "Seal All" has been holding for 10 tens so far:

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bergalur

yea how much for the tank and the straps and do you know anything about a engine gasket rebuild kits and starter generator and a carburetor rebuild kit. also thanks for all the info phandad this greatly helps

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PhanDad

I don’t remember how much I paid for the tank. It was over 10 years ago.
As to the tank straps, I used the old ones - they last a long time. I think the “rubber band” straps are  still available from Simplicity..  Not sure about the metal ones. You can place a want-ad in the classified forum to see if any are available. 

 

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