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  1. Early 70’s C161 with front loader bucket and homemade box blade, non-runnin K321? Hi, i purchased this tractor a year ago. It ren for an hour and then stopped, with no compression it had a K341 in it. I replaced the motor with a spare that came with it, now it has died as well. We we made a mount and winch set up to use the 3’ box blade. The front bucket/hydraulics work well. I’m in Carson City NV. I also have a mower mower deck and a tiller but I do not know their condition. Thanks for looking. Jim
  2. With a front end loader for these tractors how important is a ladder type subframe? Does the cross piece in the front have to connect where the towers are? Can the frame where the towers are just mount to the frame and go back to the transmission or is that cross piece critical where the towers mount? Could it be set further back with the same effect or would it not be the same? I know it is important to go back to the transmission so if you hit something you don't snap the frame, but how critical are the cross members?
  3. A year or two back I purchased this with a Bolens 1886 and a GT10. I don't know anything about Bolens tractors, I own three Kubotas. I thought that I would modify the loader to fit a B6000 that I own, so my son would have a small tractor to 'work' with me. It's also large enough to squeeze onto my B7100, and the specs compare to the B1630. But I had second thoughts once I discovered how rare it is to find one in this condition that is purpose built to fit a Bolens. The loader and tractors were in a barn under cover, so apart from expected surface rust, everything was in great condition. I sold the tractors, but kept the loader. The loader is missing the four front pins and the lower mounting beam that I know of. There might be other parts required for mounting to the Bolens and another tractor. I'm including the manual which has good drawings and lists all the parts in case something needs to be fabricated. The loader is a Workhorse Model 14 (nearly the same as Model 24). The specifications are posted on the booklet photo. It has v-belt driven pump that turns and feels like it's still pulling/pushing fluid, but I haven't tested it. The hydraulic lines were full of clear fluid, and all the cylinders are fully functional and tight. I had my son work the spool valve so that I could push/pull the cylinders, and they moved with difficulty like I would expect, but smoothly without any binding. No obvious signs of any leaks on the spool valve or at the cylinder seals, or hoses. However, I did notice one pin hole leak in one of the steel hydraulic lines on running across the support above the bucket when I worked one of the bucket cylinders. Other than that, the hoses actually look pretty good, although there are a couple of gashes in the rubber covering here and there. The pins on the lift cylinders hardly show much wear at all, and all pin bores are concentric and tight. I think it's safe to say the loader wasn't used much. The bucket has a high carbon cutting edge that shows very little wear. The bucket was primed when I got it, and it does have a bit of rust scale and shows pitting through the primer from where scale was removed before priming. It's still rings really solid. Spool valve operates as expected and I had to have my son operate it so I could push the cylinders in and out the take the pictures. The cylinder rods are in great shape, no evidence of rust or wear in the seal travel zone on any of them. There is some surface rust outside on the ends near the pins as shown in the pictures. The loader frame looks rusted, but this is nothing but surface rust, it's obviously made of good quality steel. I'd like $1500 for the loader as shown with the manual. I have many additional photos, but the site limits the number I can post here. I'll likely post the loader to other sites, and advertise locally as well. I should be able to ship the loader on a pallet to your locale Fastenal, for $125-200 depending on your location. Or, you are very welcome to come to Portland, OR and pick it up in person. conrad503(AT)gmail(dot)com is my email address, and that's the best way to contact me.
  4. Case 224 allmost

    I picked this jewel up yesterday at a John Deere dealer, it's a 224 case ,but it has a 16hp Onan on it, and someone put Power steering on it. It has a few leaks, but runs great. even has a joy stick.
  5. Didn’t get to swap the loader out for the 44” 2-stage snowblower and cab on the 520-H before the Christmas Day storm. I had the engine out to redo the top end (decarbon, clean and reseat valves, New gaskets, New fuel pump, tubing, filter, plugs and properly seat camshaft Welch plug) so no time to switch over before storm. It’s just another excuse to use the loader! Merry Christmas everyone🌲🎅🏻
  6. D-180 for sale

    This unit starts and runs good, hydros work good. Brand new battery, never used. Front and rear PTO Dual brakes 3 point hitch Hour meter does'nt work. Wasn't working when I got it. Email me for fastest reply
  7. D200

    Would love a d200. I can wait for a loader or backhoe but I would love to have one. PS I dont really have the money cause i have no time to work. School is taking up lots of my time. Just looking.
  8. Craigslist find that just happened to fall together today. The first tractor is pretty straight but appears to have not run in the last decade... The second is pounded, prior owner replaced the kohler with an 8 horse briggs, and the seat pan with a metal one that did not have a filler hole in the right place (268H), so he sawed the neck off the gas tank and duck taped on it's replacement". Over all it's a mess, but that loader is pretty darn nice and it seems to work well, but tractor doesn't run well enough to give it a good work out yet. The only leak is it seems to be some weeping at the drain hole on the tank. I'll need to build a weight box for it, but over all pretty excited as I've looked a long time for a loader.
  9. Brantly Backhoe for Sale

    Hi everyone, I have a 600 series Brantly Backhoe for sale. It's currently mounted to a D250 and in good working condition. I'm not sure what the original kit model number was, because I believe it was originally intended for a Bolens or Simplicity tractor, but has since been repainted and touched up to be red and fit for the Wheel Horse. Most hoses and many fittings and hardware pieces are less than 2 years old. Some weak points have been repaired with fabrication work done by a professional structural fab company (PWF Enterprises in Phoenix, NY). I just replaced one of the cylinders with a brand new Prince cylinder (still have the original). I'm not in a rush to sell, but I would like to entertain any reasonable offers. I am asking $3,500. The backhoe comes with a subframe. It does not have a pump, as this model shares the PTO pump with the loader. I can address questions about how to move forward with getting a pump connected if you don't have one on your machine, already. I completely replaced the pump, couplers and fittings, hoses and bracket currently being used for the loader. Thanks for looking! PM me or send an e-mail with any questions or interest.
  10. Selling my Wheel Horse Front End Loader removed from a 1979 c-141. The loader works great and I just had all the hydraulic hoses replaced 2 weeks ago and added quick connects for easy removal of the loader. The unit works great, no rust, no issues at all. Only reason I'm selling it is to make room for a Kubota. The sale comes with the loader, the mounting brackets, hydraulic pump and all hoses and hardware required to mount and operate the unit. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
  11. 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
  12. 4x4 in the near future?

    The wife thinks I'm crazy bringing all these little red tractors home so asked if I got 1 little red tractor that was just a bit more capable/flexible then what? Answer ; "some could stay; the ones you have the most parts/attachments for and that you're most comfortable with , the ones you don't have to go before a new one shows up "...so with being said I think I found a great deal on a brand new sub compact 4x4 diesel with 60" mower deck, FEL, (available front hydraulic snow/grader blade, 2stage snow blower,soft cab) mid/front and rear pto, nearly as sharp turning radius in 4wd as a 520H (already test drove it), and the biggie it's RED with a 7 year power train warranty...Jeff
  13. Kwik-Way Loader Wear Bar / Edge

    I apologize if this has already been discussed and/or answered. I searched as thorowly as possilble and found no thread on this. I/we (apex-techs) have a Kwik-Way Loader. It is missing the wear bar / edge and we would like to obtain one, so as not to wear down the actual bucket. I cannot find a part number in any of my searches. Does anyone on "the square" know if Kwik-Way made/makes this? There are visible holes all along the leading lower edge of the bucket (much like a snow plow/dozer blade) which leads me to believe that it did come with one, when new. We will be mounting this on a 520-H. We acquired the loader with a 518-H that was "ridden hard & put away wet" and doesn't have the heavy duty front axle (hence, why we're putting on the 520-H). Any help will be very appreciated. Also, any other do's don'ts tips and maintenance advise will help . Thank you, Michael
  14. Up for sale is my 1998 520 XI with a 52" deck and Kwik-Way Loader. The tractor has 443 hours on it. Loader is currently detached.
  15. Version 1.0.0

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    Fits long frame tractors Front-End Loader Manual #810092R1 14 pages 3.5MB DNA 97-40FL01 replaced by 1980-84 model 07-40FL01 1974 model 97-40FL01 1975 model 97-40FL01 1976 model 97-40FL01 1977 model 97-40FL01 1978 model 97-40FL01 1979 model 97-40FL01 1979 serial numbers that have shown up for the 97-40FL01 005022 - Build date 1978 8342 December 08 Friday 005194 - Build date 1979 954 February 23 Friday

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  16. I am selling my Wheel Horse D180 with Branley loader. This horse is a worker and I have rebuilt the steering unit that has been a problem with these WH. The rings were also replaced and cylinders deglazed. Two of the 4 hydraulic cylinders were repacked. The unit runs great. I am not a very good painter so I will leave that for a next person. I am asking $2400. If you have any questions send me a pm.
  17. Doing some yard cleanup today & put my 310-8 loader tractor to use. My wife got the shot of me in the dog pen with the corny smile....notice the hat? I had a pretty decent load of lime stone rocks in the bucket & wanted to see how bad the steering would be....not bad. Once I upgrade the front tires & add the gear reduction steering I got from Kelly it should be really nice. I picked up the Kwik-Way at Steve Myers Service in OH, friend & member Nick857 let me know about it. The weight box came from another friend & member, Derek Workman. The 310-8 was one I gave my dad years ago to mow & plow snow with. He's not able to do the work anymore so I brought it home last summer. It's all dialed in now...well except the front tires & eventually the easy steer. Should be real handy with snow removal, mulch, river stone & whatever else needs done. Maybe build a set of forks for it next spring too?
  18. Kwik Way FEL I picked up at Steve Myers Service in Cridersville, OH recently. I was asking a friend Nick (WH857) about a project loader I had seen on Clist that was missing all the hydraulics. He mentioned that they had this Kwik Way in at the dealership. I made arrangements to go after ASAP! This will be going on a 310-8 speed with a mix of 520H parts....unless I can find a reasonably priced 520H locally. Will update the thread with more pics once I start throwing it together tomorrow.
  19. My D-180 project

    Unfortunately not allowed to upload more pics here... But you could se my D-180 project if you are interested - with some mods at my site: http://www.bengan.com/predator/ In the meny to the left - click Wheel Horse. I believe that it's quite unique... =) Sorry for the only Swedish...
  20. CADTrack

    has anyone tried one of these DIY loader/tractor it looks like a good thing if you have the skills I would like to try it but I would like to give it a try I would like to hear from one of you guys that are better at this stuff than me https://www.cadplans.com/cadtrac/cadtrac-1500.html
  21. Hi all, Question - does anyone know what decals were on the Ark 550 loader? I know there is a 550 on each side of the arms and a caution decal on vertical post. Any others? Thanks Edwroy
  22. OK......I'm aware of the few front end loader threads recently and through searches here and through Google i just thought id make a place here for my own hopeful plethora of info. Well through my friends father i will be acquiring a 603 or 633 some such series round hood for Free.99!! Anyways my parents LOVE to mulch the flower beds and i happen to hate it unless i can play with my tractors. I guess you can see where this is going. I have searched far and wide on hydraulics vs electric actuators, and have noticed for such porpoises of moving mulch, and maintenance each seem to be good candidates. as far as a front end loader i have found a REAR end loader. Now will this benefit over a FEL by reasoning of less wear of front components since its a smaller tractor, and i thinks from the way it looks could be smaller/easier to move off and on. As far as getting it into the trailer, i could see the FEL prevailing in this category. ow would a rear end loader be able to ascend to a height? it doesn't look good from these pictures but there are ramps i could just back it up onto the trailer. and dont worry about it tipping as we have a silverado or '48 Farmall Super A to keep it held down. I have these pictures to get the conversation started. (yes I know ones a Sears and ones a Cubby)
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