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    the one that runs

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    Kenton, Ohio
  1. No I don't. The terminals are called Packard 56 I believe. Just ask the guy that has been there for awhile and he should be able to look it up in his book. I got one there about a year or two ago so I know they have them, or can get them. Good luck with your project and keep the pictures coming.
  2. You can get the plastic 5 prong plug for your ignition switch and the terminals at NAPA.
  3. Gt14

    Never heard of a stick on a GT14, other that what someone has made.
  4. D-200 with everything, $1800 - Good buy?

    Check what has already been said. Here are a couple things I would keep in mind. Check the PTO clutch, can be expensive to fix. Should be easy to do with the tiller on the back, just try the tiller out in some dirt. If it slips it just might need adjusted, but if not it can be a chore to rebuild it. Make sure all the parts are there for the attachments. If you do not know look in the manual section and that should help you out. If anything have the seller hook things up to see if they work. The front blade is not the one that goes with this unit, weather or not it has been modified to work is something that I would have the seller show me how to hook it up. I have a D200 and I can assure you that they are a beast, does a real nice job plowing snow and tilling the garden. Although $1800 isn't cheap its not bad for what you are getting. Good Luck.
  5. New arrival.. Wheel Horse D-200

    For the noise in the rear end I used Mobil synthetic 10w30 oil in mine and it helped a lot.
  6. Scored a wheel horse snow cab!

    I love mine. Its for my D200 and it makes a big difference with the wind. One of these days I will figure out how to get some heat in it.
  7. 1969 Charger 10 working again!

    How much have you been able to lift with it? Looks like it would be useful.
  8. I dont remember what years the D had the thicker spindles, and I think they were on the D200 only. Most D's came with 1" spindles and the forward axle of the 520's has 1 1/8" spindles. I could see doing it if you needed the thicker spindles(front end loader)but might be just as easy to find the right D axle with the bigger spindles. Just my two cents.
  9. Best penetrating oil

    I've used a lot of both. I think this is the first time I've heard anyone call PB Blaster junk. Seems pretty good to me, though when the stakes are high I retrieve my can of Kroil from the safe! I use to always use PB Blaster. I really don't think it is as good as it once was, and found the Liquid Wrench just works better.
  10. Best penetrating oil

    I have had good luck with Liquid Wrench. I think the PB blaster is junk. I have heard good things about the ATF/Acetone and do plan on trying it.
  11. East Bound Wheel Horse

    Good luck. I would rather take an a.. beating then move.
  12. LATEST PROJECT-16 AUTO-SURVIVOR

    Love to have it in my shop.
  13. Prayers for Brrly1

    Praying for a quick recovery.
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