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Hammerhead

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Hammerhead last won the day on December 1 2015

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About Hammerhead

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    Hammerhead
  • Birthday 01/29/1962

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Wheel Horse Information

  • tractors
    2-1955 RJ35's, 1-1956 RJ35, 2-1958 RJ58's, 1-1959 RJ59, 1-1960 400, 1-1960 550, 2-1961 401's. 1-1961 551, 1-1961 701, 1-1962 Lawn Ranger, 2-1962 502's with consecutive Serial Numbers, 1-1962 552, 2-1962 702's, 1-1963 Lawn Ranger, 3-1963 603 Special's, 1-1963 633, 1-1963 653, 1-1963 753, 1-1963 953, 1-1964 Lawn Ranger, 1-1964 654, 1-1964 704,1-1965 Lawn Ranger, 1-1965 1045, 2-1965 875's, 1-1966 Lawn Ranger, 1-1967 Lawn Ranger, 1-1967 657, 1-1967 857, 1-1968 Lawn Ranger, 1968 Charger V8, 2-1968 500 Special's, 1-1969 700, 1-1971 800 Special, 1-1974 Ranger 800, 1-1974 A90 Special, 1-1981? 310-8, 1-1985 312-A, 1-1998 314-8 Speed Classic, 1999 314-8 Speed and a few others I may have forgot about, lol! Also have a few Springfield's, Cub Cadet's, and a couple Panzer's!
  • favoritemodel
    701, 603, 953, 1045.

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  • Location
    Sunbury Ohio
  • Occupation
    Carpenter
  • Interests
    Wheel Horse of Course! My Grandkids! Antique's in general.

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  1. New addition to the RJ collection! To

    I woud leave this paint as is. You can wire wheel it and bring back a lot of red paint under that rust. Or use fine steel wool on it and your choice of oil such as WD40 or Marvels Mystery oil. That will clean up nicely! Good score, leave it a1956 also.
  2. RJ suburban ,, ID help

    The mower deck is actually a 1958 type. Footrests look home made. All in all it ain't too bad of a pile. Offer him $500 and hope he takes it.
  3. REPRODUCTION DECALS

    Hello Terry, I would like to know if you can make the WHEEL HORSE letters on the front of the round hood tractors? They are about 1/8th of an inch wide by about 1 1/4 tall, just a guess but you probably have access to a round hood for reference. Also the KOHLER letters on 7 and 8 hp Kohler engines. Both of these requests are for the raised letters on both parts. Thanks let me know what ya think about making these up. I am sure others would buy them as well. It is some what hard to hand paint these letters. Thank you! Just ordered 2 1955 hood decals and 2 steering wheel insert decals. Keith
  4. Brennan Bo's Rat Rod Ready for Zagary...

    Looks good with the black rims! Just don't paint the tractor it looks awesome in original condition! But I always say that! WD40 is good on it!
  5. When is the Big Show this year?

    Yep thanks everybody for the heads up! Since it is featuring Customs, that is why we are considering going this year! Woot woot! Thanks Wallfish for mentioning that! Hope to see ya there Brrly! Thanks AMC Rules, would like to meet ya too and go over the War Horse with ya!
  6. Hello all, We are thinking about going to The Big Show this year, what are the dates this time? Is there any good hotels close by or do we have to get them far out of town? Any advice you can give us, we would appreciate it, thanks in advance! We were thinking about a 2 day event, Friday and Saturday. Hammerhead
  7. Hello, just wondering if anybody has an early style 1955 RJ35 lift handle they want to sell? Mine has the gas tank stand so those early lift handle's are the old style I need. Thank you! Keith
  8. VINTAGE PICS

    Yep very cool old pics fella's! TDF5G's 552 is cool pulling the old early style dump trailer. Notice the first style of head lights on it, these are super rare nowadays! Also the handle on the dump cart is painted white or cream color, you don't see that ever!
  9. RJ35s

    Here's 2 of mine, one early production 1955 and a regular production 1955. 2 old girls! Also featured is my 1956 RJ35 with the wrong color rims, somebody painted over the original black paint! Sorry the pictures doubled up for some reason, oops!
  10. I got my one of my sheds cleaned out this weekend and snuggled my RS-83 Senior in to it for the winter! No time to get it running yet, bummer! Now the weather has changed for the worse, it is 19 degrees out there now! Wahoo! Now bring on the snow!
  11. 1957 RJ35 Start Up

    Nice little RJ35! Don't restore that one, like the original look of it! But I always say that!
  12. 1957 RJ35

    Looking good! I thought the 57's had white rims or cream color anyways? 1956 had the black rims.
  13. 1956 RJ-35

    Some body restored this several years ago and painted over the black rims! I can see the original black paint underneath the white. This has the original Clinton motor. I also have the original mower deck that is in good restored condition! I am busy putting it back to original condition, best as possible.
  14. I scored a RS83 Senior last week! Wow these are the coolest! Mine is in great shape. The motor seems to be a Wards Serial Number 3161345. I think it is the wrong motor so that sucks. Was Wards made by Wisconsin? It looks just like a Wisconsin. The Fairbanks Morse Magneto is Serial Number 4599598. Can any body date this motor? I had always heard that there was only about 50 of the Seniors made. Seems like we have almost found that many so maybe there was more than that made. Thanks...Keith It is possible that this Senior was already on your list. The owners brother is a member here. It might be listed as a 1956 but I don't know how they came up with that number. I listed the numbers on here if anybody can figure out what year it was built, that would be sweet! I am surprised not many Senior owners have commented on my latest score. Where are they all at? That has a nice ring to it, the # 37th Senior in existence! Thanks...KJ
  15. 1955 RJ-35 Stop Button #3279 who needs one?

    Hello Ron, I need a stop button for my early production RJ35. The one with the black stripe on the hood! The top pic you can see the tractor on the right and the open hole for that button! Thank you!
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