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  1. Good morning all, I was wondering if anyone has a drawing or measurements for a blade angle handle that is bent to go around the brake pedal. I have a 412-8 and have a blade for it, but it has the straight handle on it so it blocks the brake pedal. I have the means to bend a new handle if I had a drawing or measurements. Thanks for the help!
  2. Onan p220 help!!

    I had this same problem and tried everything you have tried, and finally gave up and took it to a shop. What they found was that there is a polymer piece pressed on top of the cam that holds ball bearings that work the governor and it was cracked. Luckily he had a parts motor and swapped it out, and the thing runs like a top. Hope this helps.
  3. ISO 520-H

    I know you guys won't let me down! I'm looking for a Wheel Horse/Toro 520-H in good shape for my collection. I have an '88, but I'd like a Toro model. I'm located in central PA and have cash and a trailer. I was at the big show, but was not able to bring a trailer. Thanks you all for the help.
  4. 1988 520H

    I am new to red square and I'm not sure if this topic has been discussed, but I could use some help. I just bought a 1988 520H and when you start it, it will rev way up and then calm down. Also their is not much space between idle and full throttle on the lever. It will also rev way up when a heavier load is put on it, like mowing up a hill. I'm guessing it is a governor issue, but I'm not sure how to tackle it. I appreciate all the help I can get.
  5. Hello from PA

    Just wanted to say hello from PA. I can't wait to use this forum,I never knew their was such a huge Wheel Horse community. My grandfather was a dealer for many years so I grew up on these things. I have a 1054, 953, and just got a 520-H. I am looking forward to meeting many of you who I am sure have a lot of knowledge to share.