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  1. D200 trans axle

    My 1975 D200 needs a replacement or rebuild of its rear trans axle- does anyone out there know where I can find one, or a shop that can do a rebuild? thanks, Joe C
  2. Getting my mess of a d160 rebuilt and found the source of play in my steering. This may also explain the oddball rim. Bottom race. Or is it races now? -----------------------If you don't like modded OEM parts go no further, there be carnage ahead!---------------------------------------- So I went on a hunt for a replacement. Wow those are expensive. No standard bearings even close. Turns out 3/4 x 1-3/8 x 1/2 wheel bearings fit perfect because of their flange. Well almost. The ID is a little off. Adjustment needed. I already ground the lip off. I believe the lips were to hold the bearings for assembly. The flange of the bearing sits nicely in the adjustment cup. Looking down into the cup with bearing in it. Flange side down. Worm alignment with sealed bearing in cup on left. Same as new. The cotter pin hole doesn't line up but there is enough room to drill a new one. End view with bearing installed. To install both top and bottom bearings you have to grind or turn a good portion of the shaft and the lip on the other side. It's only .030 so not to bad. Both bearings installed. Fit nicely against the shoulder of the race on the worm. Worm alignment with both bearings installed. Old outer races removed. tightened snug. Still has full travel and is more centered. No way to install cotter pin. but my alignment cup was so tight it will not come loose. I'm lucky I got it out. End cap with both bearings installed. Hi-tech cap removal tool one ground down wood bit. The sealed bearings sit up against the shoulder of the race and the bearing flanges face away from the worm. The flange may need adjusting depending on who made it. There is no inner seal so it can be greased like usual. I'm not sure how they will hold up to thrust loads but for 6 bucks I'll risk it. I didn't grind near the original races at all so it can be put back to original if need be, minus some metal anyway. Welp, back to painting parts.......
  3. I've been looking for a while. The bolt holes just line up and the wire is a little tight between the fender and light. No drilling though. They were at Rural King. I think about three bucks each. Optronics MC42RS RED Marker/Clearance.
  4. I have a d200 that has one brake peddle and it does nothing. I was told it was a parking brake and I was better off leaving it that way since if something on the inside broke it could mess up my transmission, The linkage is connected but I haven't a clue as to why it isn't doing something. But taking it one more step I saw where the d200 also came out with a dual brake sys. and would like to know if I could economically convert mine and a recommended site as to where to get the needed parts.P.S. This is a working tractor that is in use. Not a show tractor. I would at some point be interested in putting a loader on it as well. Please for conveyance if you don't mind send me a response by e-mail jrrmcpk9@gmail.com
  5. Filters?

    What oil filter does the motor take and the rear end ? It's a Kohler K532 motor. Thanks in advance.
  6. D200 W/ loader BIG project

    Started another Big Project this morning. D200 With a Ark 550 Loader, got the loader off, needs all new lines, strip the paint and Paint, then start on the tractor, the starter is not engaging, I think its the starter drive, It sat out side for over 7 years, the loader has a good bucker and a wt. box. Will add more pics as I progress. I also have a center grader blade for this beast. This could be a all winter project. I have to get the loader frame work off yet. If someone wants the Tractor, I would take 300.00 cash just the way it sits, no loader. just the tractor.
  7. D200 fuel problem

    Hello again so now that I got my d200 wiring temperately figured out I moved on to the fuel system. The tractor has been sitting for about 3-4 years with gas in it so you can imagine the condition of the gas/water was in. I took the gas tank off and gave it a thorough cleaning the stuff coming out of it was more muddy water than it was gas. So after cleaning that out the best that I could I replaced the fuel lines and fuel filter going up to the Carburator but there was still no gas going to the carburator. So I sepected the fuel pump to be the issue so I replaced the fuel pump and still nothing. At that point I thought that I would take the bowl off the carb to see what condition the carb was in and that turned into taking the carb off and giving it a deep clean witch I should have done in the beginning. But I still don't have any fuel going to the carburator so I don't know if I'm missing something simple like a ajustment screw on the carburator or something so if one of you guys can think of something to try let me know. Thanks
  8. Looking for a front PTO plate only one hole left and its stripped. K532 Any info on other parts #'s that would fix would be appreciated.
  9. Wanted front right hand spindle assembly for D200, part #104394
  10. Pto shaft

    Needed a pto shaft for a d200 to the tiller. Or information on what u joint to replace the ones in my shaft.
  11. D200 fuel tank and seat pan

    In need of a D200 fuel tank and seat pan
  12. D200

    A D200 followed me home from Missouri. It has a blown engine so I am pulling the 20hp Kohler out of my D180. Is it just the two bolts I can see to seperate the flywheel from the pump? I have everything else off, ready to pull. These bolts:
  13. Wheel Horse D200

    Hello all, This ad is for a Wheel Horse D200 that my father used for years. It was running up until a month ago when it broke a connecting rod. The connecting rods are not available, and we have decided to part out the tractor and implements. We have: $250 Complete D200 ...engine and all. Everything shown except the implements. The hydrostat was weaker than when new, but does work. As stated, this tractor was used up until the connecting rod broke. Engine was only dissassembled enough to diagnose the problem. It was then put back together as is and put back on the tractor finger tight. This tractor has nice turf tires with weights also. $250 Ark 550 loader. Yes it works and is all there. Cylinders leak a tiny but, but it works fine. Everything including brackets, pump, stands, even the instruction/owners manual is included. $125 48" original mower deck belts included. Works fine, This hasn't been used in a couple years, but was hung in a dry shed for storage so it will be fine. $125 Brinley-Hardy Co. B-75 blade mounted to 3 point hitch. This was used often, is in good shape and mounts on the D200 3 point hitch easily. OR $650 for the whole lot of it at once. Don't think the prices are right? Well then make us an offer....worst we can say is no. Honestly, if you could find a crankshaft, and connecting rods, you could put this back together and have a D200 with loader, mower, and blade....with a tolerable strength hydro. Although not shown at the time of the pictures, The hood etc will be re-attached. Thanks for looking Dave 314-246-026zero Florissant, Missouri
  14. Hi I have a 1978 D200 wheelhorse powered by a Kohler twin cylinder engine It is used for grass cutting and has a 48inch cutting deck The manual PTO clutch is shot and I would like to fit an electric one Any ideas where to source a suitable one? Thanks Steve
  15. D200 Snow Blower and Cab

    Wheel Horse D200 48” Snow Blower with Cab. I have the Operations and Maintenance manual for the snow blower, and some pages from a manual showing how the cab connects to the tractor. My Dad bought the D200 Wheel Horse in 1978. I have the tractor, the mower, the tiller, the plow, and dozer blade. They are NOT FOR SALE. As I live in Georgia, I have no use for the snow blower and cab. As you can see in the pictures, the blades, the unit, and the decals show very little signs of wear and tear. Knowing my Dad, he might have used it once or twice, but I can ensure you that he never used it more than four times the hold time he had it. My father had these items stored in a barn for the past 35+ years. SNOW BLOWER: You will need both the front and middle TACH-A-MATIC HITCHES to mount this to your Wheel Horse. As for the belt for this unit, I have a John Deer belt that has blower written on it. My dad never had a John Deer snow blower, so I’m assuming this belt is for this Wheel Horse Snow Blower. I make no promises that this is the correct belt, so buyer may have to find the correct belt. CAB As can be seen from the pictures, the cab, the doors, and front skirts I have. It even has a windshield wiper PLEASE NOTE: LOCAL PICK UP ONLY—CAMBRIDGE, OHIO I will be in Cambridge Oh around the 5th of Nov and will be staying for a week or so. Since this is local pick up only, it might be a good time to schedule for pick up. Please make all inquires through e-mail system.
  16. D200 engine trouble

    Today i finaly got my d200 running and there is a slight ticking noise. Im thinking i might have to adjust the valves but im not to sure were to do that any help?
  17. NOS "D" series muffler

    NOS D series muffler that my Father-in-law bought for his D200 many moons ago. Price is negotiable. Pay the asking price and shipping is covered, If not add $20 your offer for shipping and handling. If you e-mail me please put Muffler somewhere in the subject line. First offer of full asking price gets it, over lower offers except one caveat; I would like to see it go to someone who is restoring their D and not to someone who will just throw it on their beater to get the spring plowing and tilling done.
  18. D2OO new ride

    Just picked up a D200 this past summer. This is the tag on it 71-20KS01-5494 and a model number of 6320 . I think the first numbers would be 1971 year with a 20 hp motor after that I don't know. Any help with the numbers would be great. I am also looking where I can download a manual. I live in the Great white north upper Mi It doesn't have turning brakes on it but would be nice to have just before you get stuck if you guys know what I mean. Where would I find a cross reference chart or interchangeable list of what things fit what. I know I saw it here somewhere here. Thanks guys T Mix PS I would post a pic but it been a long time since I did that lol
  19. 1974 D-200 Starter Replacement

    Can anyone help me figure out how I can get a replacement (new) starter for a 1974 D200? I'm not sure how I cross-reference from an old part number to a new replacement (if there is one). Thanks in advance for any guidance. Chris
  20. wheelHorse 312-8

    Hello, I am new to this forum and would really appreciate someone's help. I have a 312-8 with a broken deck. Someone is selling a 48" deck off of a D200 model but I am not sure if it will fit on my tractor and don't want to drive 120 miles in each direction to pick it up and find out it doesn't! So that is my question, will a 48" deck off a D200 fit on my 312-8? (He was not able to get a serial Number off the mower deck) Thanks
  21. 1978 Wheel Horse D200 doing what it does best. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XCOxQkILr1M
  22. 18 Auto starts then quits

    So after using our 18 auto last week and it running fine we headed down to the cabin this week and wanted to fine tune the PTO adjustment... thats when the fun started This week the tractor would start, w/ choke, and run for 10 seconds or so then die.... until it died it sounded fine then just putter out... tried it without choke and that had no effect... some of the stuff we have done : We rebuilt the fuel pump a couple of weeks ago... its the original fuel pump... we replaced all the fuel lines and the fuel filter at the same time. The gas tank is also original... We installed a new coil (the old one was leaking fluid but seemed to work) and re-gapped the points last week as well.. after scratching our heads we pulled the carb and cleaned it and adjusted the idle and main jets back to factory specs... the idle jet was set to 2 1/2 turns and the main jet was set to 4 1/4 turns before we set the idle to 1 1/4 and main to 2 turns... that might explain why the plugs were so black when we pulled them... I check the compression on both cylinders and they were both around 95 - 100 psi... Cleaning and adjusting the carb had no effect... it would still fire run for 10 seconds then quit... So here are my thoughts... even with the fuel pump rebuild its not putting out enough pressure... I hooked up a mityvac to the fuel line and did not see much pressure...not the 4 PSI I think is needed... more like just 1 or 2 PSI... I also hooked the mityvac up to the crank case vacuum line and saw a strong pulsing... The original gas tank is a bit rusty... I'm not sure if there is a filter in the gas tank that might not be allowing fuel to flow fast enough... I'm thinking if replacing the fuel pump with an electric one... it might not be the problem but I figure it shouldn't hurt I'm also thinking of pulling the gas tank and replacing it with a boat gas tank until I can clean and seal the current one... I'm thinking (doing way to much thinking ) that these will help but I want to hear others opinions... to me it seems like a fuel delivery problem... do others think this might be the case? if anyone has switched to an electric fuel pump I'd like to know which one... really any help would be appreciated thanks in advance...
  23. I've looked on here for a couple days but have found no real resolution for a D 200 replacement muffler. It appears my best bet might be dirt bike mufflers.That idea came from a post I saw from our friends across the pond. Does anyone have anything better for a stock position D 200 replacement muffler?
  24. A good days work

    Woke up this morning to 5" of new snow with 1/2" of ice on top. After breakfast I fired up the D and hit three driveways. The snow thrower slowly ate through the heavy snow & ice. The chute clogged twice so I had to slow down some. The fourth driveway was a different story. My D has the power but not the traction. The drive is about 100' long and most of it is uphill. Thye D just will not grab, even with chains and wheel weights. So I had to resort to my Deere with the snow plow. At least it will go UP the drive so I can plow DOWN the drive. Once I broke up the snow with the plow and pushed it as far as I could (which wasn't too far) I was able to chew through the piles and throw that stuff where it belongs. Now, all three of my elderly neighbors can get out if necessary, All in all, it was a good day.
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