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  • tractors
    1961 401 (prior)
    1961 551
    1961 701
    1962 702
    1963 753 (prior)
    1975 B-100 Automatic
    1979 C-141 Automatic (prior)
    1979 C-161 Twin Automatic
    1980 C-125 Automatic (prior)
    1988 416-8
    1995 520-H
    1998 314-8 (prior)

    The list includes prior Wheel Horses I've owned, as well as current ones.
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    Bonne Terre, Missouri
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  1. 1950 Farmall Cub In-progress

    Next, the work in progress. We should finish her up today and I will be taking it home. Hopefully, that is, and will include more pictures of it "fixed" then.
  2. 1950 Farmall Cub In-progress

    I picked up a second Farmall Cub, a 1950, to go along with my 1947 one I bought last summer. This one runs good, but has some unique modifications that I have been addressing. It came from a buddy of mine's neighbor. He had passed away recently and his son wanted John to sell it for him. John already has 3 Cubs so he put this one up for sale. The previous owner, before he passed, had a bit of dementia, which is perhaps why the odd modifications. The generator, which is supposed to go under the hood, was relocated to the right side of the hood, and there was wires spliced everywhere. The 6V battery was connected backwards - in the Cub 6V system, the positive terminal is the ground. The front seal was leaking and there were a few other issues. I left it at John's place, and with his help, we have been working on it. First relocating the generator to it's proper place, plus a new voltage regulator, a new starter to negative terminal cable, the correct fuel strainer bowl, and are rewire the whole tractor. A new fuse holder and another light switch, was also added. I ordered a free safety gas cap from IHC and will need to still address the Woods mower issues. Here are some pictures, first the way I bought it.
  3. Missouri Mule-GT14

    Here are the liquid filled tires and rims that, for some reason, Randy didn't want. As you can see, the rims and tires are in pristine condition and Randy could have sold them for big, big bucks. The first three pictures, the tire still has about all the stuff in it, and as you can see, the one (back) side of the rim is pretty well rusted beyond repair. The front side, the third picture, the rim looks okay. The last 3 pictures was the other tire, and it had leaked over half of the stuff out.
  4. Missouri Mule-GT14

    Randy, I'm glad this GT-14 is getting the attention it deserves. One thing on the 8 speed conversion, will you do a manual lift on this one or run a separate pump for the hydraulic lift? If you want to use it for plow day, you will definitely will appreciate hydraulic lift. I've seen electric lift at plow days, but hydraulics is the way to go.
  5. GT-14 For Sale

    Changed Price to $225 Changed Status to Closed
  6. Added another Cub to my collection

    The wide frames Cub Cadets are a little easier to work on, as there is more space between the frame. But, I basically just worked on the narrow frames as I only had one wide frame, a 1250.
  7. Added another Cub to my collection

    Both Cubs look good. I had a few narrow frame Cubs also.
  8. Missouri Mule-GT14

    Nope, I never really messed with it, except to try and start it once. It would crank, but had no fire. I did change out the rear wheels and tires with the extra set Steve had. The ones on the tractor were liquid filled and had started to leak significantly and the rims are totally shot and only good for the scrap pile now. I will miss this one, but it was either this or one of my 953s, and they're not going anywhere for a while.
  9. Due to poor marshmallow crop.
  10. What is this tractor?

    My C-125 had hydraulic lift.
  11. It’s Scrap Pile Saturday!!!

    This B-100 went to a good home in Oklahoma, either as a parts tractor or as a "saved" tractor. I don't know if it qualifies as "scrap" as I got it running and driving before it went to it's new home. But it needed a few things, maybe a lot of a few things.
  12. What is it?????

    Not a Wheel Horse, so I moved this to the Other Brand forum.
  13. Front End Friday

  14. Side Shot Saturday !!

    One more, this time with a grown up tractor included.
  15. Buying New Garden Tractor

    John Deere still makes good garden tractors, i.e. the X500 series and the X700 series. On some of the X500 series models has a differential lock on them, while some of the X700 series are 4WD and diesels. In both series power steering and hydraulic are available on certain models, while the X700 series has a limited category 1 hitch as an option.
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