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Eric Capozzi

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About Eric Capozzi

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  • Birthday 07/16/1979

Wheel Horse Information

  • tractors
    1968 Electro 12
  • favoritemodel
    Electro 12

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  • Location
    Whiteland, IN
  • Occupation
    Tow Truck Driver
  1. Allis Chalmers 710, Simplicity, & Lawnboy GT18H

    unfortunately I didnt grab any pics while I was there. They were in a dark barn. I think Im gonna try to offer $300 for the whole bunch.
  2. I have a guy that has an Allis Chalmers 710, an older Simplicity(16900479) not sure of which model and a Lawnboy GT18H. They have been sittin gfor a few years but for the most part all look complete. I need to figure out what these things are worth. I know that its only worth what someone is willing to pay for it but I will basically turn and sell 2 of them. Does anyone know a good starting price to offer him. Im sure all will need batteries, all will need carbs rebuilt and possibly more(points and such) Please help me....Thanks, Eric
  3. 68 Electro 12 project

    So just an update on the Electro. I finally got everything freed up. All the handles work great. Looking to buy a throttle and choke set because the old ones are trashed. Not sure if the hydro works yet but it does still have an original Wheel Horse filter on the Trans. I thought that was awesome. But it's gonna have to be changed I'm sure. The governor gear shaft is bent a little, not sure if it's supposed to be like that or not. Computer crashed but I will post more pics soon.
  4. Hey vinylguy. Could you make a package for my 68 Electro 12? I noticed you have dash and side decals all in one package but not for Electro 12...Thanks, Eric
  5. 68 Electro 12 project

    well I got the clutch freed up, hopefully its salvageable. Only problem is the clutch still wont come off....I guess time will tell
  6. 68 Electro 12 project

    There's a guy here local that has a 41" deck....most likely a 42" deck he wants $150 for it. It is in fairly decent shape.
  7. 68 Electro 12 project

    Thank you, looking forward to doing this project. I'm considering a complete rebuild of the k301 that's on it. Original owner used it to mow up until 2010, a guy bought it to restore and never touched it, just left it outside. No deck, no plow or anything just the tractor. I am wondering what the original size deck came on it. I've got the original manual and sales receipt. The guy couldn't find it but has now found it and is mailing it all to me.
  8. 68 Electro 12 project

    I will definitely post more pics
  9. 68 Electro 12 project

    yeah I've been using some Ion activated penetrating oil, liquid torch and PB... Tried using the 5/8" x 11 bolt they tell you to use and so far no luck. This is my first restoration of anything. The metal is pitted real bad so I took the hood off and gave to my buddy to work on, hes a body guy so hopefully it will come out good. Thank you. Proud to have just bought my first Wheel Horse.
  10. I found this Wheel Horse Electro 12 for sale. It is definitely going to be a long hard project. I am needing a little help on the electric clutch/pto. It is completely frozen....any ideas???
  11. Various wheel horse decals

    also, i know im probably in the wrong feed on this forum....sorry
  12. Various wheel horse decals

    my buddy is bringing it over as we speak. Like I said VERY rough Condition. It was outside but I bought it off of the original owner with all the paperwork with it. The deck was trashed and so was the snow blade. But I have a buddy that is an awesome body guy that is going to redo the body for me
  13. Various wheel horse decals

    yes that is it. Should I take it off and re-rivit it or just leave it alone. I have never done a restoration before so I am very new to this.
  14. Various wheel horse decals

    Yeah similar, its the one that is below steering wheel that says the model number and serial. This tractor has been sitting outside and is VERY rough condition.
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