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Found 11 results

  1. 42" RD mower deck for 300 series

    I'm looking for a 42" rear discharge deck for my 300 series. Looking for something that's in decent shape for $200. Would pickup in MA, southern NH, or southern ME.
  2. Still can't get my 42" SD to cut even. It appears the right side of the deck is hanging lower than the left side at the highest 2 levels. And out of the 3 front deck wheels only the right one touches the ground when im parked on the concrete. Which hole should the lift rod be in?
  3. 42" single stage snowblower for xi tractors. Model # 79365 Good shape, all required parts to hook up. I can deliver if needed. Auger is in nice shape...was used on asphalt driveway. Asking $300obo
  4. I am replacing with new spindle assemblies of my model 78345 mower deck. I am unable to find in the manual section what the torque needed to preload the pulley to spindle bearings under the protective covers on top of the mower deck. I found the torque required for the blades to be 80-120 lb ft in one of the manuals here. Please advise or tell me which manual it is found in. Thank you, Mike
  5. Complete dozer blade with mounting hardware and lift arm. frame previously welded, ready to move dirt or snow. I will also include a set of wheel chains! Local pickup only.
  6. 42" RD Mulcher Blades

    I'm looking to add a mulching blade to my 42" Rear Discharge (Model 78350). I would like to stack the mulching blade above the regular blade like this (picture is not mine): I can't find a mulching bladewith the same specs as the Toro blade (Part # 106635). Length = 14 1/2" Width = 2" C.H. Diameter = 3/4" Thickness = 0.2040" The Oregon 90-643 G3 Gator blade is close. Length = 13 7/8" Width = 2.5" C.H. Diameter = 3/4" Thickness = 0.203" Will the difference in blade length cause any problems? It seems like everything would still be balanced on the spindle and the Toro blade would still allow a full 42" cutting path. Am I missing anything? I have not verified that there is enough spindle length to accept both blades, but it appears this hasn't been an issue for others.
  7. Hi All, I'm new to the wheel horse forum. I inherited my Grandfather's 416-H. The deck is showing some holes from rust. Would you suggest I have the deck welded or try to replace the deck with one in better shape? You can see some metal plates in the attached photos. These were a quick fix. It's time for a real one! I've also included the model number of the deck. I'd appreciate any suggestions about what other model numbers would be compatible with my tractor. Thanks.
  8. For Sale; Blade Dozer 42in HD-42, Fits early WH tractors, includes OEM Wheel Horse adapter to install on RJ-58.
  9. 42" Mower Deck

    C175 Mower Deck, solid deck, no rust thru. Running mower deck before the engine blew. Spindles are in great shape .. No corrosion loss.
  10. 1976 C-120 Automatic

    1976 C-120 Automatic with 12HP Kohler engine, Sundstrand hydrostatic transmission and 42 inch, side-discharge mower deck. Also comes with a Wheel Horse dump cart (which is in rough shape); otherwise, no other attachments or implements. Owned since new by same family; currently third generation. Gently used every year for residential grass cutting only (<1 acre). I’ve had it for 9 years and kept it inside; minimal surface rust (mostly paint oxidation). Starts in less than one second, runs well and has been very reliable. Currently will need carburetor work. In addition, the lights, seat weight sensor and mower deck lift function have not been operable for some time. In the last 9 years, new parts include: PTO plate, left and right front wheel spindles, sparkplug, ignition coil, battery, starter solenoid and PTO drive belt. It weighs about 700 pounds and purchaser will be responsible for transportation.
  11. New Mower Decks

    So I've been poking around for a few months looking about buying a rear discharge deck. After the Gettysburg/ Arendtsville show, I found a few decks there but didn't have the cash on me. I had hoped to make more money off my parts tractor by that point. I found a couple of them that were the "reinforced" style. They had round bar stock around the lower edge of the deck. The more I get dead ends on mower decks, the more I feel that perhaps, maybe, a new deck wouldn't be a bad investment. I plan on keeping the tractor for the long haul. The mower decks I've found so far have all needed cosmetic work at the very least and still were going for about $500. There were a couple for $300-$400 but needed work. I don't have the tools or experience to do metal work on the shell. If I bought a used deck, I'd probably tear it down, clean and paint it best I could. Whatever I would do, would probably need redone in a few years. I'm thinking that even if I found a mower deck, I'd still end up sinking $$ into a deck and time to refurb it before next spring. So, my thought process was, what if I invest in a new deck. coat the underside right off the bat. I wouldn't have to burn time repairing metal and I would "know what I have". I put in a request to the New Haven Power up in Vermont asking for a shipping quote. Who knows if their website is current. The financing programs they had posted, some were out of date. My question to the forum is: have any of you gotten this route? Are the reinforced decks still available? Are the new deck shells junk? I this a trap? I know going through a parts department will usually land a bigger $ bill and I found some references from 2012 on this forum saying that decks weren't available complete anymore. I was hoping to go through a wholegoods/sales department and get a whole deck shipped to me on a pallet LTL truck freight. I'm looking at twice the cost up front but with a financing option. If they come complete, I could be up and running. Thoughts? I apologize for any incoherence, there's a lot going around my head.
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