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  1. another c-195

    Nice tractor!
  2. ran the 520 through first mow some ?'s

    When I worked at my dad's wheel horse shop we repaired/replaced a lot of hydros damaged from running at half throttle. Get a tach on it, adjust if necessary, and run it full out.
  3. Snow in Maryland

    I think the size of this snowstorm might have just convinced my wife that we really do need a snow blade. Let it snow!
  4. Wheel Horse delivery rigs

    Spring delivery!
  5. a rare find

    I used to work on one of those at my dad's shop when I was a kid. I think it had a "seat" on the hood and you sat facing backwards. It was fun to drive!
  6. wheel horse raider 12

    Putting your Model # (1-6253) into the Toro Master Parts Viewer, shows your tractor to be a 1970. I'm sure someone more knowledgeable will be along shortly to answer your question about your points.
  7. Added another one to the herd!

    I'm eager to see the pics! I just bought a garaged C-101 8 speed with wheel weights too, but I paid close to what it was worth. Sounds like you got the whole attachment package to boot!
  8. GOT HORSED AROUND

    It's another long drive, but did you see this one? http://pittsburgh.craigslist.org/grd/1159585853.html
  9. C-101 drive belt

    How about we call this my daily mulligan. Had I taken the time to scroll down on the Toro Master Parts Viewer, I would have seen that both belts are listed. Thanks for the help Smitty.
  10. C-101 drive belt

    Thanks again everybody for all the recent help. This forum is a great resource. I was looking into replacing the drive belt on my C-101 (91-10K802) and this simple task quickly became frustrating. According to the Toro Master Parts Viewer, I need a 7478 or 106496, which is either a 5/8" x 84" or 5/8" x 85" belt. Fine, I can forgive an inch. But according to the Toro Wheel Horse Lube & Belt Recommendations 1956-1999, I need a 7473, which is 21/32" x 82". That's a three inch difference! I have no problem with a good quality aftermarket belt, but I'd like to know the original part number to cross. Any help here would be greatly appreciated.
  11. K241 fuel pump

    Brian- How identical? Mine doesn't have the lever on the bottom...the priming lever I presume? Is that just what it sounds like--a manual priming mechanism? I could see where that would be useful. I did manage to get the engine started and running today, but after seeing the inside of the fuel pump I might go ahead and get one of the metal bodied ones while they're available. Now if I could just remember where I planted the money tree... Thanks, Brian
  12. K241 fuel pump

    I think that post is what made me so paranoid about getting the correct one. Regardless, I'm probably getting ahead of myself--I still need to check off all the easy fixes first. Thanks for the response.
  13. K241 fuel pump

    I may be needing a fuel pump for my k2410, spec #46766d and I cannot track down the original part number. The same two pumps keep coming up, but I can't find a listing with spec numbers to decide between the two. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
  14. Made Another Haul Today

    Nice haul. That's a clean-looking tractor!
  15. C101

    I've been lurking here a while, but I finally picked up my first Wheel Horse and wanted to show it off! I grew up working on these and when I saw this one--that had been garaged--I had to have it. It came with a 42" rear discharge deck and wheel weights. Enjoy. Not sure about the wood on the rear of the deck. I assume it was to attach that plastic thing. Not a bit of rust.
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