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bought a 49 cub, it was in pieces. putting it back together. started to put fan on and noticed that a small pipe needs to go on before the fan in placed. seems like this pipe fits a part with 2 bolt holes in it. does anyone have a picture of front of motor?
Not sure but it may be the air cleaner "tube" that needs to bolt near the fan. http://www.tm-tractor.com/gai/mvc_6549s.jpg There is also the oil breather tube that connects from the block to the air inlet above the air cleaner, http://www.tm-tractor.com/gai/mvc_6536s.jpg That is all there is other than the top radiator connections.
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KH, if you can post a picture of the pipe you are talking about it would help. If you have not set up to post pictures yet, you can email it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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