Ed Kennell

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About Ed Kennell

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  • Birthday 01/08/1944

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Wheel Horse Information

  • tractors
    C-120 auto(1974) My worker mower, blower, puller
    C-160 auto(1975)dually with hydro lift My parade horse(199
    314 hydro (1995) W/ 36" front mounted MAD MAX tiller
    1991 312 Classic hydro w/ cab and 48" snow plow
    C-101 (1978) Redone
    Raider 12 (1970) Mowing worker
    Raider 9 Low Rider Rat Rod
    Commando 8 (1968) Redo buff and oil paint wheels
    875 hydro (1965) New rod and it runs great.MTD Seven Hundred w/deck 1969
    520 H Tall chute blower, vented belt guard, heated cab w/lights, foot feed, wheel weights, loaded tires, rear weights, chains front and rear, seat and fenders lifted .
    C-160 8speed
    C-105 8 speed
    1963 Craftsman Snow Blower w/ 3HP Techy
    1964 2500 watt Onan Idle-Matic Generator
    42"mower SD
    48" mower SD
    42" mower RD
    48" roller
    48" blade mounted on 4 wheeler
    36" drop fertilizer
    30" dethatcher
    36" front plow mount tiller
  • favoritemodel
    C-120

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  • Location
    Felton ,Pa
  • Occupation
    Retired from Allis Chalmers and Voith hyrdo
  • Interests
    bow hunt deer and turkey PA
    fish and crab Delaware bay
    boating 19' Carolina Skiff
    My four grandsons 14,14,15,17
    baseball, basketball, football, and music concerts
    feedin and groomin the HORSES

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  1. Garry, If I may, I would add to loosen the set screw in the thrust collar on the upper shaft and tap it up as you push down on the steering wheel, and then tighten the set screw. I suspect wear in the upper bushing and tower parts may allow the gears to jump when turning hard.
  2. Good one Jim....but that deserves a triple yank.
  3. Flipping the frame lowers it about 6", but I also cut out the center of the flipped frame and added another frame below the two ends. This lowered the engine about 9" total. The height of the engine dictated the height of the hood, hood stand, and floor boards. The spark plug actually protrudes thru the hood into the air vent.
  4. Yeah, I was referring to the plate over the axle. I went back to the first pic and see it is an angle bolted to the frame. I know the center one is the hood support hinge.
  5. The LEG fogged his glasses. The Red Riders ricocheting BB shattered the lens. But it was the Lifebuoy soap that blinded poor Ralphie.
  6. I shim with plywood around my batteries to fit the box. BTW, What were those plates on the front end for?
  7. Thanks Walt and Jim. That file would not open for me either. Above is the file from the manuals/misc section I was trying to copy/paste to show the blowers that will work.
  8. file:///C:/Users/umpa/AppData/Local/Microsoft/Windows/INetCache/IE/L25QUUTB/WH Interchange 1955-2000.pdf Open this file and scroll down till you find your C-121. Page 22 You can also find your blowers manual in the manuals/blowers section and compare it to blowers that are known to be compatable with your C-121.
  9. Snapped this today in Red Lion, Pa.
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  11. Yes, She does look proud of her new rear and shiny stack.