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Zeek

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Zeek last won the day on June 22 2016

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About Zeek

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    Duke of Dillsburg

Wheel Horse Information

  • tractors
    1972 Raider 12 (restored) with deck and plow
    1962 552 (original) with deck
    Cheesegrater Rat Tractor (sold:()
    1966 1276 Automatic
    Cub Cadet 128 (16HP) Puller
  • favoritemodel
    the red one

Profile Information

  • Location
    Dillsburg, PA
  • Occupation
    Infraction Investigator
  • Interests
    Family, motorcycles, RV camping, building stuff, tractor restoration, keeping my wife happy . . . being a Sheepdog . . . counting the days to pension collection

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  1. Ok, looks like it says 1/2" x 28" #7430 - the manual instruction say a #1577. Looks like they are the same thing. Thanks.
  2. I saw this file while I was doing research, but my mounting system is different on the deck itself. Yea, I see it looks like I'm missing an adjusting bar on the front too. Does anyone know the belt part number for the deck drive (engine to deck)? I can't seem to find that anywhere either. I looked at the various manuals on here . . .
  3. What do you mean by the "lift link" with that bar? There is a silver colored round bar with an adjustable nut that connects to the tractor lift. You can see it in the first picture. Is there supposed to be another?
  4. Ok, finally got around to finishing this deck, but I can't seem to figure out the deck mounting. . . I can't keep the front mount in the latch plate. It appears that I'm either missing latch bars or something else. Looks like I need these I have these two bars that I don't know if they go with this setup or not, not sure what they are for Any advice or detailed picture you can post would be great!
  5. Now THAT is some attention to detail! Bravo (nice pics too)
  6. 79 Front Loader Project Finished

    Wow, that is a unique beauty
  7. That's in one of the garage bays . . . old sheets . . .
  8. Painted my grader blade for my 1276!
  9. Rural Past Times.

    Thanks for sharing those pictures! It's funny, you have some different equipment over there, but you are doing the same thing at shows as we are
  10. 2017 Dover Olde Tyme Days

    So good to see you all. It was HOT and we had a 5-minute power storm on Friday, but we survived. Ed came for the day on Friday. Buckrancher and Mrs. B and I set up together. ericj was up with some loyal Wheel Horse folks at the gate area. Taking a cruise Wheel Horses were represented at the pulling track. The "open class" had some crazy and LOUD stuff Enjoying the show . . . A new recruit! Yes, you can still buy a Confederate flag if you like . . . history is history . . . get over it already The End . . . time to go home . . . . My setup My luxury accommodations in the cargo trailer. Buckrancher winning the "Best Display" award I believe
  11. Early Pageant of Steam pics

    That looks like a nice show with a good variety of stuff! Surprised Buckrancher hasn't been lured over to that unless he has and I missed it
  12. 2017 Dover Olde Tyme Days

    I can't say that I'm aware of them restricting riding. It gets a little crowded the way they have it laid out because there are a lot of vendor stands, but as long as you use common sense, I don't think anyone will get excited. I plan on taking a ride now and then myself
  13. For those attending Dover Olde Tyme Days next week, here is the Show Flyer with details. Also, if you are not local, be aware that there is a bridge construction detour located below. See you there!
  14. What's the story with this??

    Sooo . . . . how did you manage that
  15. Some Pics from Zeek

    I should add that we missed those that were not able to make it his year like Karl (nylyon) and FunEngineer to name a few . . .
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