TONY65

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About TONY65

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  • Birthday 02/07/1971

Wheel Horse Information

  • tractors
    WHEEL HORSE 1055, 876, 416-8 & Suburban 400
  • favoritemodel
    1055

Profile Information

  • Location
    Greenville, IN
  • Interests
    Restoring old Mustangs and Wheel Horses

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  1. Do you still have this deck? I look for the lift linkage I have circled in yellow.
  2. I have circled in yellow what I think are the lift rod and linkage I am looking for from your pictures, I am also interested in the battery tray circled in blue. Can you send me a close up picture of the linkage and battery tray. What do you want for these 3 items with shipping to 47124? Tony
  3. Here is and exploded view of the mower deck I need the lift rod and linkage for they are items 54 & 55. These parts were missing on the mower deck when I purchased it so I don't know their exact length or size. I would say they both are about 6" long and the lift rod (item 54) should be about 1/2" in diameter. lift rod and linkage.pdf
  4. I saw a lift rod on the second from the bottom picture that looks close, it was on the bottom row, it's silver and looks to be around 6" long. I will try to send you a picture of it tomorrow.
  5. I am looking for mower deck lift rod part # 3545 to fit an RM-324 Rotary Mower deck and part # 4495 linkage for the same mower deck.
  6. I am looking for a 1611 pulley. Do you still have any? Need price and shipping to 47124. Thanks Tony
  7. I found the spring and rod on RCPW.com, I was just unsure how they were connected together.
  8. Thanks Molon Labe that's exactly what I needed.
  9. I have a 654 with an H60-75063B Tecumseh on it that I have recently purchased, but the throttle and governor linkage has be disconnected. I downloaded the manual for this engine, but it is not 100% clear to me how the spring an linkage to the carb and governor are connected. Can someone with a 654 send me a picture of how these are supposed to be connected.
  10. Ok thanks I'll try that.
  11. Found the problem, right side woodruff key sheard off. Still have to put new seals on axle shafts though, they have been leaking.
  12. 1 YES 2 YES 3 YES 4 SORT OF. IF I SPIN RIGHT SIDE TIRE SLOWLY LEFT TIRE DOSE NOT MOVE, HOWEVER IF I SPIN RIGHT SIDE FAST IT TURNS LEFT SIDE IN OPPOSITE DIRECTION SLOWLY. IF I SPIN LEFT TIRE ANY SPEED RIGHT TIRE TURNS OPPOSITE DIRECTION AT THE SAME SPEED. 5 YES, I GUESS TRYING TO TURN THE BRAKE/CLUTCH PULLEY BY HAND IS HARDER THAN I THOUGHT.
  13. Here it is a picture of it the day I brought it home. The previous owner had started to restore it, but he need to make room in his garage so I traded a set of 65 Mustang rims for it. My goal it to complete the restoration by this time next year. I know the engine runs. This was the same model my Grandpa (My Dad's Dad) had. stevasaurus, I will try to answer your questions tonight if I have time to look at it.
  14. OK, I did a little more investigation and the input shaft and pulley do turn together, but the brake/clutch shaft and pulley are froze up and will not turn at all with the transmission in or out of gear. So I guess that I will have to tear it down this winter and do a complete overhaul.
  15. Serial number 18929