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  1. 3 points
    Had been wanting to make one of these for a while now , so...after an hour or so in the barn with the grinder and the welder and this is what I came up with. I believe this will work for what I need to use it for. "HOME MADE" LOL
  2. 3 points
    Kohler K141 (6.25 HP), K161 (7 HP), K181 (8 HP) NGK B6S Champion J8C Autolite 458 would be the right plugs.. Autolite 216 is for k241-k301-k321-k341 that is after the list i have of sparkplugs..
  3. 2 points
    So, a wheelhorse 1100 sounded like a good anniversary present to me! Has all the floorboards, covers,etc. Gonna get her up and running tomorrow! Sent from my PC36100 using Tapatalk 2
  4. 2 points
    Hope the link works. This followed me home last night.
  5. 2 points
    Hey, that looks nice, I like clean looking work like that, Good Job, Why are you working in the barn?? You aren't using a straw bale for a welding bench are you?? Tim
  6. 2 points
    Going to need lots of carrots too! :woohoo:
  7. 1 point
    So I don't hijack Shynon's thread, started this one with pics of my new to me toy... New here, just picked up what I think is a Lawn Ranger with no deck for my youngest son to tinker with and ride around the neighborhood, he loves just about any lawn/garden tractor, this is his first WH. Numbers on the plate near the steering frame are L2631, 411520. Not sure but I think it is a Tec engine, haven't really got into it yet, just took it off the truck a few hours ago. Any pointers as to where to start would be appreciated.
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    I planted a large garden this year but the heat and drought pretty much wiped it out I got quite a bit out of it but not enough to do any canning I heard of a produce auction that is every Monday Wednesday and Friday from May through October I finally went to it this week Monday and Wednesday I was able to purchase 250 pounds of tomatoes for under $30 these are locally grown and the farmers bring them to the auction to sell them and they are very nice size and flavor. Now I am busy canning salsa, pasta sauce, tomato juice and tomato soup. After going there I am trying to decide if I should even take the time to put in a garden next year since they sell every kind of vegetable you could think of the only problem is you usually need to purchase them in lots like when I got my first batch of tomatoes I had to purchase 7 boxes at 25 pounds per box I paid $3 per box, pumpkins were selling for 50 to 75 cents each, squash was selling at $50-$75 for a tote of 400 the prices were great but what would I do with 400 squash.
  9. 1 point
    After a lenghty road trip I picked up another lawn ranger today serial #62-20863 with a H60 75008 motor recoil start also has the two piece tank. Not sure of the year as my other on is a 62 with an HT55c on it and a two piece tank. Did early 62's come with Ht55's then use an H60 on later 62 models? Will need a carb,air cleaner,drive pulley and steering wheel. Also picked up an 856,dozer blade and misc. parts. Now I have 4 horses to restore probably need to stop looking. Not sure how that works (stop looking). HELP!!!! Tom
  10. 1 point
    Gotta love "ME" presents. :party:
  11. 1 point
    boy you have been busy,you are lucky to find all that stuff so quickly,up here in ontario the d,s werent popular,ive only seen 2 in my whole life in person
  12. 1 point
    New here, just picked up what I think is a Lawn Ranger with no deck for my youngest son to tinker with and ride around the neighborhood, he loves just about any lawn/garden tractor, this is his first WH. Numbers on the plate near the steering frame are L2631, 411520. Not sure but I think it is a Tec engine, haven't really got into it yet, just took it off the truck a few hours ago. Any pointers as to where to start would be appreciated.
  13. 1 point
    Autolite 216!! :thumbs:
  14. 1 point
    My biggest fear when I die is my wife will sell everything for what I said I paid for it! :eek:
  15. 1 point
    Around here we got a guy running for congress. He bought a big local company years ago and shipped it all to china. He's running against a woman who has big investments in china. All the ads they run are about who's got more money in china. If they both do what's the point? :scratchead:
  16. 1 point
    Okay there were questions raised on heating the Snow Chucker, here is a video I made on how I will do it and also a movie On my new Stainless Steel Reuseable Rear Wheel Weight Molds. I will also discuss my future plans of the Ole C-120. Cheers ~Duke Heating The Snow Chucker http://youtu.be/BHnxYTGelwU New Stainless Steel Reuseable Wheel Weight Molds http://youtu.be/38JZmddvXsE
  17. 1 point
    Matt approx 621 Degrees. Aluminum Melts at about 1220 Degrees making an Aluminum Pot a perfect choice to melt Lead in, plus Aluminum Conducts heat well and cools fast in order to remove the lead when your finished melting. :handgestures-thumbupright:
  18. 1 point
    I'll take your 10 bucks Steve. Thanks. Joking aside, as long as it stays civil is stays open Sent from my Galaxy S iii with Tapatalk 2
  19. 1 point
    LOSER...LOSER...NOONAN...NOONAN :) :)
  20. 1 point
    By Jiminie, I drag a bag of carrots and can't even get a WHINNIE, did ya add molasses or sugar :confusion-confused:
  21. 1 point
    Amen brother. Let's shoot them all and start over. :angry-cussingwhite:
  22. 1 point
    That looks like a pretty nice horse mate. Take the wife out to dinner with some white wine...or some blush Zinfandel Works every time..
  23. 1 point
    get the bug to bite your wife...then more can follow you home...lol
  24. 1 point
    I'm new to Wheel Horse. Got bit when I bought a lake cabin and a C160 was in the shed. Now I spend a lot of my time surfing for attachments and reading about these wonderful machines. During my search, I ran across an battery powered C-145. Ad says it takes 6 six volt bateries to run it. Did Wheel Horse make an electric rider or is is a modification? Is worth looking at?
  25. 1 point
    Thats pretty cool Duke! I've never seen a steel bolt float on any kind of liquid before! How hot does lead have to be to melt? Very creative, and inexpensive way of making wheel weights! Matt :flags-texas:
  26. 1 point
    Here are some other pict of my Suburban 551. Thanks
  27. 1 point
    I've always believed that the secret to finding things you want, is to not be looking for what you want. I've wanted a small to mid size garden tractor for quite awhile. I'd given up looking for one. Then a month ago my neighbor came up to me and asked if I would like to buy his 312-8. $300.00 later here I am. steve
  28. 1 point
    There's a quote that should be on a tee shirt with the logo emblazoned across the back.
  29. 1 point
    Dang- I knew I'd regret the divorce!!! She said no more tractors or no more marriage…still have the tractors :)
  30. 1 point
    And wallet!!! Thanks for the ride Duke. Do you have a GPS in there in case of white-out conditions?
  31. 1 point
    I did not need another horse but could not pass up this deal. Paid $550 for this 1991 416H with 42 inch snow blower, ATV tires, cleat chains (removed), FMC cast iron wheel weights, solid with no dents 48 inch SD mower deck (not shown), and plow hitch on back axle. The twin ONAN has 705 hours and starts and runs perfect. I normally use an Ariens 1032 walk behind but will try this if we get snow this year.
  32. 1 point
    Lookin good Duke. I like the view through the window of that cab door! :eusa-whistle:
  33. 1 point
    I should be picking squash by the end of the week...And I now have bees in my garden, so happy that they finally arrived. Better late than never....
  34. 1 point
    here pics two stage snow blower missing a frame work in progress the c121 on the single stage snow blower and building an cab on it . and the c 120 automatic with cab and snow plow .
  35. 1 point
    Update got her running she runs like a champ and drives great!
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  37. 1 point
    This evenings progress. The parking brake lever no longer has a divot in it (yes, I already know about Fram filters. The replacement Wix is on the bench): The battery box has a back strap again: I decided to go ahead and make some working room by getting tin and wheels out of the way: I'm not sure what's up with the spindle on the right. It's got a center bolt like a JD. Both spindles had been run on bad bearings. Deep grooves in both. At first I thought there was quite a bit of play in the differential...it turns out the right axle keyway is wallowed and the key was nearly sheared. Both hubs have a pretty wallowed keyway. Not sure what I'm going to do about that yet: And finally, I've got an axle seal to replace:
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