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Found 15 results

  1. D250 parts

    I have a 1976 D250 that is a parts tractor. Let me know what you need and I'll see if it is still available. Thanks
  2. Wheel Horse D250

    FIRST RESONABLE OFFER WILL NOT BE REFUSED!!! I have a 1980 Wheel Horse D-250 that has a Renault 4 cylinder engine. Has both 2 left and 2 right aux hydraulic ports. I also have a 60 inch belly mower/deck(no holes) spindle are free and tight , 59 inch hydraulic plow, wheel weights and chains and a rear pto driven rototiller, completely hydraulic! This is a real tractor and not like a crate tractor from a store you buy now days! I bought to restore but no time, will turn over but don't know enough to get it running as the engine is basically a car engine, New clutch and clutch plate not installed ,new starter and battery and coil, some new belts, new distributor cap and new plugs not yet installed, overall condition for its age is excellent and is a solid tractor! asking $850 Let me know either way if interested Open to trades also !! 724-301 three nine one two
  3. D250 Front PTO belts

    Could someone please tell me the size of the front/mid pto belts for the D250? I'm having a heck of a time trying to match one up. Thanks
  4. 79 D-250

    79 D-250 with hydraulic front plow, tiller, and 60" cutting deck. I've gone over just about every piece of this tractor with the exception of the engine and trans. Runs good. Has 60 pounds of oil pressure and 150 pounds of compression in each cylinder but does smoke a bit. Trans shifts perfect with no noises. I replaced every bearing on the front PTO and wheels. I took this down to the frame rails and painted every piece while making sure everything worked as it should. I also gave the same attention to the cutting deck, plow, and tiller. All new tires with 26x14's on the back. New seat, new decals all around, new switches and lights on the dash. I even replaced just about every nut and bolt! I put an incredible amount of time and money into this tractor, but now its time for a new project. Asking $4500 or best reasonable offer. Call or text Rich at 336-301-0779 (I will put more pics in my album)
  5. I just uploaded a Brochure in the document section but thought I would share one of the best parts of that brochure. This is a really nice fold out Centerfold IMO.
  6. Finally finished the restoration on my D250

    From the album Ironman

    It took me a year and a half, but was worth it!
  7. D250 mower deck other attachments

    I'm looking for attachments that will fit my 1976 D250.
  8. Angrybee

  9. D250

    My father is currently in the process of relocating to Oneida, TN from here in Liberty, NY and has decided to sell his Wheel horse D250's. He has 2 later models that are complete and running. One mower deck is fully functional and the second needs some minor work. He also has an older model that is missing the following: Fuel Pump, Drive Shaft, and rotor for the distributor. As many of you know the parts are sometimes hard to come by but these are not impossible. The fully complete operating tractor with mower deck is currently in Tn but can be brought back to NY if desired. I guess it is just way too big for his new lawn. He is asking 7K for everything but is open to reasonable offers. I am working on photos. Any question feel free to email me. Thanks for looking
  10. After a year of getting my garage straightened out, I'm finally restoring and rewiring my 78 D250. You guys were very helpful in getting a lot or research material. I've looked through all the manuals for the D250 and only found wiring schematics/diagrams with a generator and separate regulator. I need the schematic for the D250 with an Alternator with built in voltage regulator. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  11. Wheel Horse D 250 (2)

    1978 D-250 with a front blade and tiller. Needs work but that's what I like about it.
  12. Wheel Horse D 250 (1)

    1978 D-250 with a front blade and tiller. Needs work but that's what I like about it.
  13. D-250 Project

    1978 D-250 with a front blade and tiller. Needs work but that's what I like about it.
  14. D-250 Project

    1978 D-250 with a front blade and tiller. Needs work but that's what I like about it. :)
  15. I found a D-250!

    So, long story short, I was looking for something interesting for my next Wheel Horse. I was keeping my eye out, and then I saw something that kinda stuck in my mind. It was so unique. And luckily, I was able to snag it. I talked it over with my parents, and they helped me out with it, and my dad took the 6 hour one way trip with me yesterday to pick it up. Without further adeiu, here is the info on the D-250 and my findings so far, and some pictures, and a video! So, The tags on the tractor make it a 79, 80, or an 81. but the front loader tags, say 80 or 81, so I am going to call it a 1980 D-250. The tractor runs absolutely beautifully and smoothly, It has just under 590 hours on it, there is a slight belt squeal from time to time, and the alternator light will sometimes flicker, but I will figure it out. Everything works, from the front loader to all the levers, gears, dash lights, steering box has no play, ect. The only problems with it, are that it is not a beauty queen, the headlights and tail lights do not work, the rear fender is broken because it is plastic, the foot throttle is a little weird, it doesn't work perfect, and there is a hydraulic leak in the front somewhere, not large, but noticeable when the tractor sits. With all this said, I have done my research, and will take care of this tractor. I understand how rare of a breed they are, and want to make sure it works for a long, long time. I looked at all the weak points that people say to check for, and everything seems to be alright. It does need some fixin's here and there, and it will need to be treated with TLC, but, this thing is absolutely AWESOME, and I LOVE it. I didn't realize how large it actually was until i brought it home. Click on the pictures to make them larger Oh, and it came with a tiller, with some obvious weird repairs This is how we had to transport it, because it was about a foot too long with the bucket on our 5x9 trailer. This will make some people happy: