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wrmhaste

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About wrmhaste

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Wheel Horse Information

  • tractors
    1992 520H
    1993 310-8
    1966 1056
    1973 16 auto (angry horse)
    7 others and many attachments
  • favoritemodel
    310-8, 520h

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  • Location
    Hastings / New York
  • Interests
    Hunting, fishing, restoring tractors, restoring boat motors,

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  1. D 250 Points

    I don't have a spare set but I got mine at Napa. I believe I looked it up by a 1965 Renault dauphine car. It used the same motor
  2. I don't see why they couldn't. I put two hydros together (with cable linkage) which has far more variables and room for error. I would say it should be fairly easy especially if neither drive axle steer. Awesome idea by the way. Makes me want to start building my v plow
  3. I agree with the foot pedal idea. Best investment for a hydro. And as far as engine reving check for vacuum leaks around the intake. Spraying carb cleaner works wonders. Cleans and diagnoses
  4. Deck belt help

    I noticed that as well. I found one on ebay for $18 has "Toro 105621" in the title. But it's 145"
  5. Deck belt help

    HI guys. I need a belt for d250 deck. I've checked the manual section. The manual gave me a part number which is 105621. Comes up as a 5/8 x 144.25. The issue I'm having is the current belt measures 142 and is loose. Any ideas?
  6. D250 parts?

    Ok guys I found a head gasket. After several hours of surfing the Web I came up with a promising guess. The car it is for is a 1967 Renault dauphine. Gasket came in and is almost identical with the exception of the shape of two holes. I've seen more differences in head gaskets for modern vehicle engines.
  7. 20170616_204224.jpg

    Wow that doesn't look fun at all. I have the foot pedal and it is amazing. I bought a parts 520 that had it on it. In my opinion the foot pedal was well worth the $100 I spent on the tractor. If I remember correctly I had to modify it slightly so the hand controls still worked. They come in handy every once in a while.
  8. D250 parts?

    Well thank you for responding. I was beginning to think no one could see my post. I'm going to look through the manual. I always forget about those. I'm pretty sure I found the right number on Google last night. (252155). However it doesn't cross to anything.
  9. D250 parts?

    I'm trying to find a part number or info on where to get a head gasket for my new d250. 4 cylinder Renault .8L engine. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
  10. Loader questions

    Thanks for all the advice everyone. However I no longer need to build a loader. Just picked up a d250 with one. I do need help finding a head gasket for it though
  11. So I just bought a d250 with a loader and 60" deck. The motor has a bad head gasket. Wondering if anyone has a part number for it? I haven't taken it apart yet to see if the old one has numbers I can cross. Just wanted to get the gasket ordered asap.
  12. Seat is on finally!
  13. Loader questions

    Great info. Thanks. I'm not sure what tractor it will be on permanently. I'd like to get another 520 for it. But I might just take a 314 I have and my extra 520 parts and build franken-loader
  14. Loader questions

    Those cylinders are a bit cheaper. Are they going to be long enough though? I was thinking in the 20" range. Do you happen to have a link to the pump you chose? I've heard the GPM is very important on the smaller ones. Too little makes it slow. Too much becomes jerky.
  15. Loader questions

    Thanks guys. I haven't had too much time for projects lately. Mainly due to work and then working on "angry horse". Angry horse is almost ready to be ripped apart for paint so it's time to start the loader. I've been collecting steel and parts here and there for a couple weeks now. Any cheap places to order cylinders? Currently I'm looking at ordering through surplus center. And as far as hoses I make my own so they will definitely be jic or sae. I will also take into account the amount of curl I end up with before it's too late to change.
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