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    310-8

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    Trumbull, CT

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  1. I don't know what the charges will be as yet, in that, I need to get the part to them. They picked up my tractor for $60; I assume the basic diagnosis was another $60 and I am npo further than when I gave them the tractor... Also, they can't seem to tell me how to fix the PTO clutch "safety switch"; I replace the finger switches twice but couldn't get it to work, so I am jump-starting the tractor - - any suggestions?
  2. Wheel Horse 310-8 PARTS WANTED...

    Please provide pricing, including shipping for: - KOHLER Carburetor Assembly (Wheel Horse Part Number - KH10276 // Vendor Part Number - 47 053 04) - Kohler Fuel Pump Assy. (Wheel Horse Part Number - KH10319 // Vendor Part Number - 47 559 04) - Fuel Line(s) - (Wheel Horse Part Number - KH10130 // Vendor Part Number - X-174-2) - PTO Safety Switch Module
  3. Took my Wheel Horse 310-8 tractor in for service to the local Toro distributor who used to service Wheel Horse. They told me that I was going to need the following parts, yet, these parts are discontinued. Is there some place I can buy them new, used, or re-manufactured??? (1) KOHLER Carburetor Assembly (Wheel Horse Part Number - KH10276 // Vendor Part Number - 47 053 04) (2) Kohler Fuel Pump Assy. (Wheel Horse Part Number - KH10319 // Vendor Part Number - 47 559 04) (3) Fuel Line(s) - (Wheel Horse Part Number - KH10130 // Vendor Part Number - X-174-2) (4) PTO Safety Switch Module
  4. I live in Connecticut and would like to find someone who can service my 1989 Wheel Horse 310-8 tractor? Basically, I want someone to go through the machine, clean or rebuild the carburetor, fix a disable switch, and keep it running for another 20 years. Does anyone have any suggestions as to how I might find such a person or shop? The local Toro distributor is way too expensive for the work he does...
  5. Is there another place to look besides a Toro Dealer? They want $33 for a part that can be made for $10....
  6. Hello GRNLARK...

     

    I am looking for a "U" shaped latch elbow which connects the grass shoot on the bagger unit to the side discharge mower deck?  It has a cotter pin going thru it to secure it to the mower deck.  Do you have anything like this or know where I might find one?

     

    Fellow CT person

  7. Side Discharge bagger "Elbow Latch"

    This "U'" shaped metal clamp connects the grass discharge to the mower deck. It has a small hole in it to accommodate a cotter pin, so it locks securely..
  8. Trying to locate an "Elbow Latch" to connect the discharge shoot to the mower deck. The original one was a "U" shaped metal part with a cotter pin going thru it it which secures the plastic shoot to the mower deck. Can anyone help me find this part and/or part number?
  9. I am looking to purchase the following items for a 1989 Wheel Horse 310-8 - (2) Mower Deck wheels 6x1.75 - Original Part number - 110506 - (1) Side Discharge (42") Spindle Belt to drive blades - Original Part number - 1594
  10. I am looking to buy (2) wheels for my Wheel Horse 310-8 (1989) tractor. The original Wheel Horse part number is: 110506 Also, looking for a belt for a Side Discharge mower deck (42") The original Wheel Horse part number is: 1594 Please provide pricing an shipping cost to: Zip - 06611
  11. I do have an ohm meter. I have gone back and fourth with JackHammer prior to winter. I replaced the (2) switches and replaced the solenoid. The machine runs fine if I jump start, but the minute I put the PTO switch connections in place, I get nothing from using the key. Also, checked the key switch.
  12. Mowing season is here again and I still can't get the PTO cut-out switches to work. I replaced the solenoid per my last discussion. I am currently having to start the engine by jumping it... starts every time, However, I would like to solve the PTO switch issue? Any new thoughts?
  13. Please look at my last (2) posts... I can't figure this out, perhaps I damaged or burnt out something else - - I don't think so, but no matter how I connect the PTO wires (Blue & Orange to one switch) and what appear to be (2) tan wires to the other. Does it matter which switch these attach to> top or bottom once installed? I've tried both ways... Connections as follows: The Blue wire w/plastic harness connects to the NC2 terminal, the NO3 terminal then is covered by plastic from the harness, and the Orange wire connects to the COM connection on the side of the switch. What confuses me is the connections to the other switch, especially since I'm not certain of the color of the (2) wires: I assumed, just like above that one connected to the NC2 terminal, the NO3 was left empty, and the other connects to COM. However, the one time the engine turned-over, I had on on the NO3 and one on COM - - MANUALLY holding the fingers down. Unfortunately, once I screwed the switch assembly into the tractor, again NOTHING.
  14. I've installed (2) new PTO safety switches. Unfortunately ALL wiring diagrams that I've seen for my 1989 310-8 tractor isn't clear as to the connection points for each wire, particularly for the (2) tan wires, so I don't know where they are suppose to connect to? I thought I took them off the old switches and replaced them one for one, but it wasn't working. I've since changed them around and connected the battery, manually held the switch fingers down, and the tractor DID turned-over. However, when I reattached the switch assembly into the tractor it would not start! So now I am thinking that there is a short in one of the PTO connection wires?? At this point I am confounded by this??? The Test Light works and the Headlights work, so power from the battery is not the issue. Any thoughts about how to test the wires that connect to the PTO switches, would be appreciated....
  15. I've installed (2) new PTO safety switches. Unfortunately ALL wiring diagrams that I've seen for my 1989 310-8 tractor isn't clear as to the connection points for each wire, particularly for the (2) tan wires, so I don't know where they are suppose to connect to? I thought I took them off the old switches and replaced them one for one, but it wasn't working. I've since changed them around and connected the battery, manually held the switch fingers down, and the tractor DID turned-over. However, when I reattached the switch assembly into the tractor it would not start! So now I am thinking that there is a short in one of the PTO connection wires?? At this point I am confounded by this??? The Test Light works and the Headlights work, so power from the battery is not the issue. Any thoughts about how to test the wires that connect to the PTO switches, would be appreciated....
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