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WHX14 last won the day on January 16

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About WHX14

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  • Birthday 08/14/1959

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  • tractors
    "59 RJ
    '60 400 Suburban with Clinton & original deck
    '61 401 Suburban with Clinton & orginal deck
    '62 702
    '63 753 with HY-2
    '67 857 with mid mount grader
    '67 1067 with original deck
    '67 1257
    '92 246H
    '94 520H with 36" tiller, 42" short chute blower, 44" deuce blower, cab,48 " deck & front generator.
    '95 416H 42" deck with vac bagger, 42" tall chute
    '02 16-38HXL that came with The Mrs..
  • favoritemodel
    '67's RULE

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    Princeton, WI
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    Vintage American Machinery & artifacts.... Tractors, Harleys, Chain saws.... anything old I drag home and can talk the Lovely Cynthia Ann into letting me keep......GREEN BAY PACKERS!!

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  1. Axle Differential Breakage

    I would pull the Eaton apart and check the rest of the internals. It's no good like it is anyway. If they look good just look for a replacement axle. the other side of the coin if you get a whole 1100 you might have parts for future.
  2. NGK or Champion?

    That NGK website Garry mentioned above is a boat load of good info on plugs. Found this there for those interested. partnumberkey.pdf
  3. NGK or Champion?

    So if I am following this thread right a Champ H-10 = NGK B6L = an Autolite 216? One of the biggest issues I always have in getting away from Champions is finding the proper cross reference. I have seen a few Kohlers come through with an Autolite 216 in it. Are those the go to plug for our 7 -14 hp Kohlers?
  4. Happy Birthday JC1965

    Happy Happy JC!
  5. Maybe some pics of how that PTO was done off the flywheel side Dan. That's just something you don't see that often on a horse. Was it something homemade or some kind of thing from C-F in a kit form? If I remember right the HY pump mount was homemade? I CRS these days so don't remember how the lift cylinder/rock shaft was set up either? I think the rest of the furrow dogs here can attest to the value of HY lift at the end of a run! Reminder to have an extra lift cable on hand! Brazing a nut on the end of Tom's cable did not work so well!
  6. Hub cap assistance

    Holy Schmidt RIchard... figured that be too nice to be one of your tractors!
  7. You might have to put that in the museum Tigs.
  8. Lets see the snow rigs!

    If you were one of the Ponds 60 years ago would you have ever thought that one of your RJ tractors would still be plowing snow 60 years later? Referring to @Landworks2012 post!
  9. How to post on classifieds

    & You may want to learn how to post pictures as well. This might be helpful for that. http://www.wheelhorseforum.com/forum/56-finding-your-way-around-in-redsquare/
  10. What is it???

    What was that game show....... EB ......COMEON DOWN !
  11. What is it???

    Portage, Plainfield, Berlin show heck even Symco. I'm sure Dan or I could help out with hauling help if need be. Would be great to see guys scratching their heads trying to figure out what breed it is. Be prepared to answer a lotta questions tho!
  12. What is it???

    Say Josh how come you don't talk him into bringing that rig to one of our local shows? Or a certain plow day?!?!?
  13. New Shop

    Looking good Prof... your gonna like the little power that those leds use as well. I would suggest some shelves for storing junk on and a work bench with the invaulable bench vice but that stuff comes naturally over time. The looks of those trusses you might be able to deck a little of it off for parts stashing above. I am looking at a shed like that for storage rather than a work shop. Not quite sure what I am gonna do yet but if I don't get off my keester and get my builder @PeacemakerJack some heat in his shop he's gonna gimme the bird and tell me I am on my own!