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Chris G

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Chris G last won the day on February 19

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About Chris G

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  • Birthday 03/01/1986

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Wheel Horse Information

  • tractors
    1962 Custom 702 /1960 Suburban 400 / 1961 Suburban 401
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    Batavia New york

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  1. Wheel-Horse Tombstone...

    Very nice! Can't wait until I find one of them myself.
  2. Square seat pan

    still looking for a good square seat for my 702
  3. Here's some original paperwork I recently acquired!
  4. Kohler K161

    Changed Status to Closed
  5. 1 row Moldboard Plow

    Changed Status to Closed
  6. Tecumseh HT55B

    Yes I can crate it and ship
  7. 1 row Moldboard Plow

    One row Moldboard plow. Previous owner painted it yellow. But all is there and feel free to call or text with any questions or message me on here.
  8. Tecumseh HT55B

    Here is a Tecumseh HT55B It has good compression and has spark. The head has one fin cracked off on the corner. can be seen in 3rd picture. Look to the left of spark plug wire. The carb that's on it was something that was added by previous owner. But i do have the original carb. The flywheel shroud is there. But does have a patch on it from where the bottom rotted out. Feel free to call or text with any questions. also you can shoot me a message on here.
  9. New paint decor.

    I see no fowl play in painting the horse a bit to suit a kids intrest.
  10. Tecumseh H60

    Changed Status to Closed
  11. Trying to ID this tractor - any ideas?

    I'd agree looks like a old Economy Power King.
  12. Anything can be saved. Just depends on how patient you can be with it. I think if you can look past the green stains of abuse, you will see a good horse under there.
  13. I have never tried that process. What does it take to set up a system like that?
  14. ? on demise of Wheel horse

    I think the hardest part would be to get people to realize the quality of what you built, and how dependable it is. Because the people who know how good they are, already have one or two of them And don't mind busting knuckles or so on to keep them alive. Unfortunate to say but people are more comfortable with buying throw away junk now days. Putting work into things to make something nice for yourself is just not as common as it use to be. I know there's a lot of Horse-a-holics here, but there are way more people out there that make our throw away society a success for box stores.
  15. Here's some night photos!