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About WVHillbilly520H

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  • Birthday 08/23/1971

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  • tractors
    Bought new '97 520H Anniversary , '95 520H ,2 stage snow blower, 36" tiller, 54" front blade , 2 48" mower decks , 2 discs, 10" Brinly plow, sleeve hitch 42"box blade and 48" York rake, 48" Brinly style rear grader blade.
  • favoritemodel
    520H (Anniversary)

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  • Location
    Staunton VA
  • Occupation
    Maintenance Machinist
  • Interests
    Anything automotive/machinery, hunting, reloading,fishing

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  1. 520-HC getting a workout

    That looks closer to the single stage, I believe they were 5/8x69" and got them at TSC.
  2. 520-HC getting a workout

    @cafoose, do you still have the broken one? most of it intact? If so try taking it along to your belt supplier (TSC NAPA) and see if they can match something up? Another attempt to self video yesterday, also does this belt routing look at all similar to yours? there's the 64.5" I suppose a 64" or 65" would work as well, I run the factory Toro belt for now, Jeff. VIDEO0074.mp4
  3. 520-HC getting a workout

    The TORO version takes a 5/8"x 64.5" belt I don't have any idea on the BERCO. I was lucky my was home and didn't complain about using her phone as a video camera, I understand I tried to video from inside the cab myself not very well. VIDEO0073.mp4
  4. Finally, Spring has arrived.

    I believe I was soaked more from sweat than snow, cab while using the blower but all that twisting in the seat changing gears and running the blade on the eMax actually felt like work today .
  5. ? on demise of Wheel horse

    @DennisThornton, small world the Gravely of yesteryear was born in my home state, and now the Altos where you work are now being sold here locally cool deal, Jeff.
  6. Finally, Spring has arrived.

    Ed you the man to go at it bare hands, I soaked up 2 pr of gloves during my 4 hrs "riding" around the property, and I didn't know whether to give you a haha or like because both work on this one.
  7. What have you done to your Wheel Horse today?

    The OTR are cheaper ($170/pr) than Carlise Tru-power, as far as the front tire/wheels if you up grade/size you'll also have to find the correct spindles or it will look like an old gasser with 8" wheels.
  8. 520-HC getting a workout

    Yeah there's something about an Onan screaming for vengeance chucking snow, but I would love to see @cafoose one of those Berco 2stage blowers live in action (not the video wasn't good), I hear they are easier to install than the Toro version.
  9. Tractor to run tiller

    I'm going to be the odd man out only because I bought my first new a 520H (hydro) and have used it for everything including running the tiller of course it is the biggest of the classics twin cylinder but after a bit of tilling you learn how to "feather" the motion control to keep that earth churner from "pushing" too much and my arm/shoulder doesn't bother me in the least lifting and the end of the run, just my personal experiences and , Jeff.
  10. 520-HC getting a workout

    Which one, hopefully both of us?
  11. What have you done to your Wheel Horse today?

    Not trying to spend your $ but I'm thoroughly impressed with the OTR brand AGs I bought at the beginning of the year and run truer to size than some off brands like I have on the '95 both brands are 23x10.50, Jeff.
  12. How About No. 4?: Winter Storm Toby

    As promised more pics...the ATV had no issues going anywhere though, Jeff.
  13. 520-HC getting a workout

    Here's a video my wife took for me today ,cab is highly recommended. 20180321_121909.mp4
  14. Finally, Spring has arrived.

    @Ed Kennell, looks like I spoke to soon today with temps rising the 2stage chute started clogging so I punted and went for the eMax with rear blade to finish up the wet heavy junk.