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Wheel Horse Information

  • 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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    Army
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    Bonne Terre, Missouri
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  1. Plowing with a 48 Cub

    A had a chance to plow a couple of gardens yesterday for a member of farmallcubs.com. He has 3 Farmall Cubs (and his dad's 1941 Farmall H) and I asked him last fall if he wouldn't mind if I plow his garden for him. He said yes and I plowed his garden back in October. I asked him again if I could plow his garden this spring and yesterday I plowed his garden and his neighbors using his '48 Cub. I recently picked up a fast hitch and a 194 plow so my '47 Cub will be ready for fall plow day season this fall. Here is me on John's '48 Cub plowing his garden. https://youtu.be/Sh3rHezbOKI
  2. Another whatizit

    It's an UTV (utility vehicle). Here is one on machinefinder. http://www.machinefinder.com/ww/en-US/categories/used-atv-and-gators/makes/john-deere/models/1800 utv Here is the parts catalog in JD Parts: https://partsadvisormobile.deere.com/app/catalogs/2353/EN/all/sections
  3. I confess, I've always liked Panzers...

    I like the look and stance of a 100. I also like the 70, but the 3 hp difference makes the 100 more attractive to me, and others. The 100 just has that look.
  4. I confess, I've always liked Panzers...

    @PeacemakerJack, nice video. I really need to find me a Cub 100, that I can afford. The 100 is one of the most sought after narrow frame Cubs.
  5. I confess, I've always liked Panzers...

    I confess also....I like all brands/colors of garden tractors. I just wish I had a larger wallet and a larger storage area to boot.
  6. Best model for parts availability

    Keep in mind that the late 70s and early 80s B-series were not the same as the earlier B-series. They were more like the mid 70s A-series. And the earlier, more desirable B-series top off at 10 hp.
  7. Some Drawings

    Steve, I'm not familiar with Free CAD, so I'm not sure if I can be of any help. I use NX and I model my stuff using 3D solid modeling, including adding features, etc. I have used the sketcher feature in NX, but I'm not that fond of it, nor do I use it a lot. I'm also not sure if your problem is the jpeg coming in as rastors, and not being able to convert it to vectors. Again, I'm not familiar with Free CAD programs.
  8. Todays Haul - 416-H w/ Surprise

    Too bad, you weren't closer. I have a 418-A frame with transmission.
  9. 1965 John Deere At Auction

    Thanks, I should have mentioned that.
  10. 1965 John Deere At Auction

    On Machinery Pete, a 1965 John Deere 110 sold for $4250. It was nice, but someone must have gotten caught up into the bidding frenzy. https://www.machinerypete.com/mptv
  11. Remember the Allis-Chalmers G?

    It seems like that design is found a niche and is being made by a few manufacturers. I do know that when Allis was developing the G, John Deere was also developing a similar design, but scrapped the idea before it went into production. http://thinkoggun.com/ https://www.tuff-bilt.com/tractors.html https://www.tilmor.com/en-us/products/33/tilmor-tractor The market seems to be more international, but probably will be marketed here also. The Tilmor tractor is made by the same guys who make the Ventrac tractors, and may have some ties to Steiner tractors.
  12. ? on demise of Wheel horse

    Pretty cool, but I guess it would have to come in different sizes. If not, the deck wouldn't be level and may not adjust to be level, plus different size axles on different tractor models. Pretty cool, though.
  13. Wheel Horse safety video

    Interesting and entertaining video. I have one from around 1999 from John Deere, which also shows operation, before, during and after use.
  14. ID? Or is it home made? Curious parts...

    Ad for a Model 50 engine from Gladden.
  15. ID? Or is it home made? Curious parts...

    Busy Bee was an engine manufactured by Gladden Products Corporation. I don't know much about them, but a small search did produce some hits. That one, as can be seen on the id plate, is a model AB engine. As for the tractor itself, I'm thinking homemade.
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