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kwalshy

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About kwalshy

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Wheel Horse Information

  • tractors
    1981 C-105
    1995 314-8
    1996 520H
  • favoritemodel
    520H

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    Blakeslee, Pa
  1. Thank you Garry. Much appreciated!
  2. I need to get a brake band for an 8 speed trans that I bought rebuilt. I can't get a hold of the seller anymore to find out what tractor this 8 speed trans came from. The p/n 9593 band won't work. it's as if this trans needs to have a brake band who's connection is the opposite direction of the the p/n 9593. Or in other words a clockwise vs counterclockwise for the brake rod to connect & bite onto the brake drum because the mounting tab on this transmission is at a different location as compared to the blown transmission I pulled off my 314-8. I bent a 9593 band so I could bolt it up to this rebuilt 8 speed, but this ain't gonna do the job.... Any help would be appreciated, either what the other brake band part number is or a modification I could do to make a 9593 brake band work.... I don't want to have the clutch as my only means of braking. Thanks.
  3. Leveler bar 92-0981 for vac bagger

    Hi, I'm looking for a new or used leveler bar, part number 92-0981, that is used with the vac bagger attachment. Thanks.
  4. Thank you all for the feedback. I appreciate the help!
  5. Hi, I need to replace the voltage rectifier on a 520H. So I ordered the following replacement part: "New Rectifier Regulator for Onan P-Series Alternators 16 17 18 19 20HP Engines 20 Amp Rating 191-1748, 191-2106, 191-2208, 191-2227 by Crank-n-Charge" This new rectifier has 3 male spade connectors, yet on the tractor I have voltage rectifier with 4 spade connectors. I've attached a picture of the current rectifier. Can I use this new rectifier and assume I can wire the white and grey wires together? Or is this currently installed rectifier something special since it has 4 spade connectors and the two wires need to be independent of each other? Thank you for helping me out. Regards, Kevin
  6. you can find LED PAR36 style lights on many of the online auction or retail sites.
  7. where to put an inline fuse

    Jeff, This is what I just bought to install my snow cab LED lights: Dual Output Switch with Relay and Fuse I used a 10 amp fuse, really simple install and I like the push button switch over the toggle switch. with the double sided tape you can mount it anywhere and easily disconnect the lights. I've been thinking about a 3rd light for the rear, what light did you select? Thanks.
  8. Thanks for the feedback bmsgaffer. Drive belt is good and transmission case is intact. Dipstick level reads good and no gear oil is leaking. I jacked up the tractor and I can spin the wheels; while rotating one wheel the other will rotate the opposite direction. I'm not sure if this is normal or not. Both wheels will spin forward when I push both of them at the same time. I then lowered the tractor and tried to push it backwards, with the shifter in neutral. The tractor wouldn't budge; it acted as if it was in 1st gear; I pushed it forward, no problem, then tried pushing it backwards & it rolled. Looks like I'll be dropping this transmission, but until then I'll be using the push mower.
  9. The 8 speed transmission on my 314-8, M/N 73400, S/N 5900282 just went. It sounded horrible as I mowing and going down a slight downgrade. I heard a loud clanking sound, the sound of metal on metal, and at the same time the tractor jerked violently with sudden forward movement, like 1st gear was going in and out of engagement. I immediately stopped the tractor, placed it into neutral and disengaged the PTO. Then no matter what gear, 1st or 2nd or Reverse, the tractor would jerk violently with the clanking sound after I disengaged the clutch. I pushed the tractor in Neutral back home. Now without the tractor running, the tractor free roles, like it is in Neutral for all gears, 1st, 2nd, 3rd or R. When I try to place the tractor into gear with the engine running while releasing the clutch pedal the tractor will start to die. Do I have a blown transmission? How do I determine if I have a 5086 - 4 pinion, 5073 - 10 pinion, or 5091 - 8 pinion? Is this a fix that I could do myself or am I better of doing a swap for a used transmission? any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  10. Tall Chute Iced Up

    I have had good success with using the cheapest spray on car wax I can find or that tire foam or liquid spray that makes the tires nice & shiny/wet looking. I spray the snow thrower & the tractor before every snowfall and after the snow melts off it from the previous use. So far I like this method. It makes removing the snow that collects on the tractor & thrower very easy and it prevents build up inside the thrower & tall chute. Plus its a good way to protect the metal and paint and makes the tractor always look clean!
  11. It appears to be 1/4"-28. That tap worked well. Thank you for the help
  12. Thanks. It is 1/4" thread. I'll look for a Tapered tap.
  13. Does any body know what the grease fitting size is on the single stage snow thrower M/N 79360 that services the main shaft? My guess is 1/4" NPT ? In the process of greasing the snow thrower I managed to get the grease fitting stuck inside my grease gun's nozzle. I need to re tap the threads on the thrower and I don't want to mess up the threads with the wrong tap. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  14. So I've done what has been suggested and I haven't had any issues during the past few snow storms while clearing the driveway. Thank you for the help.
  15. I am very excited about this hitch. I can't wait to tow the log splitter around with it and then move the boat. My wife said she would take a video of me moving the boat with the WH, but that will have to wait until Spring. Too much snow here now and I plowed it in.
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