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mattd860

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About mattd860

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  • Birthday 01/07/1983

Wheel Horse Information

  • tractors
    1996 520H
    1987 418-8
    1979 C-161
    1963 753
  • favoritemodel
    418-8

Profile Information

  • Location
    Central CT
  • Occupation
    Construction Manager
  • Interests
    Wheel Horses (surprised aren't ya?)
  1. Any chance this would work for a D200???

    thanks Darrell

  2. Matt I need one of your foot conversion kits for my 1994 520-H 

     

    Joe Horn

    570-954-2060

    horn11@verizon.net

  3. 42in Plow = $100 obo With Plow Bracket = $125 obo Contact me via PM only. Thanks!
  4. Key Switch for 418

    Need a key switch for my 418-8. I'm sure the switch is very similar to many other Wheel Horse models but please make sure it fits my 418 before offering it. Thanks!
  5. Hi Matt, are you still selling the Pedal Kits

    Thank you Steve

    1. mattd860

      mattd860

      Hi Steve - Yes I am. Please contact me via mattdarling02@hotmail.com. Thanks!

       

      Matthew

  6. Matt I have a C-160 and would like to purchase one of your kits for it. I understand that I need a part that isn't provided. I live in Cheshire and would like to stop by and pick it up.

    1. RJR49

      RJR49

      anybody home?

    2. mattd860

      mattd860

      Hi RJR49. Please shoot me an email at mattdarling02@hotmail.com and we can talk more about this. Sorry for the late reply. Thanks!

  7. Who uses my hydrostatic foot pedal kit with the tiller attachment? Does the pedal interfere with the belt or midmount pulley?
  8. How does one get their hands on one of these pedals...

  9. Matt this is Keith Kynerd got the kit installed on my 520 H can't seem to come up with a reverse and it what might I'll be missing

  10. Old Movie Help

    No that's not it either. The movie was very similar to the Gulag movie mentioned above where the guy went to prison somewhere where it was extremely cold. I believe he got moved around a couple times. I remember one scene where they were marching him somewhere in the extreme cold where prisoners commonly fell over dead so he decided to pretend like he died so he fell over and rolled off the path that they were marching him on and the soldiers didn't bother shooting because they figured he was a goner. I believe it was at that point he made his successful escape. I remember another scene where he was moved to a new cell full of inmates and as soon as he entered inside the cell he pulled a guy off one of the top bunks and started yelling 'My Bunk.. My Bunk!'. I think earlier he was robbed of his bunk and the only way he could survive was to act tough so the inmates would stop messing with him.
  11. Old Movie Help

    Unfortunately this isn't it. But this is a great sobering movie.
  12. Old Movie Help

    This could be it! I'll watch it and let you know. Thanks My profile isn't 100 percent correct so as to protect my true identity as a CIA special agent. Doh! I wasn't supposed to say that! But seriously I was not 3 years old. More like 10 or 11 when I saw it.
  13. Ok I need some help here. About 20-25 years ago while I was visiting my grandmother and there was a movie on TV about the son of an American or British Diplomat or Businessman in Russia and the son was arrested and the majority of the movie was about his time in Russian prison. I remember certain parts vividly but I cannot remember the majority of it. Based on my recollection the movie was probably filmed between the late sixties to the eighties but I could be vastly incorrect. The son may have been arrested on trumped up drug charges if that helps. So... Does anyone recall seeing a movie such as this and remember the name of it? I'd be interested in seeing it again. ... I just inadvertently came across another movie that I haven't seen in 20 years called Night Crossing by Disney and all of a sudden I started remembering this other Russian movie. The sad part is that even when I watched the Russian movie 20-25 years ago I never knew the title since it was on TV and in the 'old days' there wasn't a TV guide or channel information to identify programming.
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