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i was finally able to mount the onan and make some wheelie bars. now i just need to get someone who can weld up a adjustable hitch and it will be ready to pull.

maybe this winter i will be able to strip and paint it.

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Let us know how she does. Looks great!

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:thumbs: rustbucket, i will be placing a order this week.

the engine is a 18 horse onan.

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:) rustbucket, i will be placing a order this week.

the engine is a 18 horse onan.

Just wondering if you ever got your hitch....I ordered one a couple of weeks ago and I havn't heard anything from them...

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i am planning to place a order this week,i should be working in the shop this week instead of out of town

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I have been trying to get ahold of him for some time he told me it shiped quite a while back and he wont reply to any of my e mails or anything so i am about to file a claim with paypal to recoup my money from him. I do apolagise for posting this web page he seems to be one of thouse dirty cheating low lifes that prey on nice folks like us.

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what ever you do do not order threw him sorry if it comes to late a warning. i have been waiting for the hitch i ordered now since mid july. he claims it shipped but i think he is a lieing low life. he wont answer e mails or anything sent directly to him via paypal complaint system. :) I do apolagise.

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thing is the hitch isnt even for one of my tractors its for my dads top secret build for the local pulls. I should hide for saying it but i pull an old allis chalmers B-110 and it dose fairly well working out all the kinks and bugs and learning weight placment. every pull i go to i get further down the track. soon i hop to be in compatition form against the big guns. around here its all cub cadet monsters.

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I've called him and e-mailed him a bunch myself and I've heard nothing either. I'm about to start the claim process too. If I had a welder of my own, I wouldn't have even bothered with him...

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thats my problem also,no welder.

i pull mainly with my horse and 2 jd 140s :) . i have a old allis chalmers b-12 i want to try out

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I've got 4 pullers in the works...2 of which are Wheel Horses...the other 2 are cubs :USA: I can just order a hitch for them about anywhere, but the 2 WHs are a different story. I have a Lawn Ranger that I am fixing for my nephews to pull in the kids' class, as well as another that I have yet to learn the model of that has a 16 horse Kohler engine that I'm fixing for myself. These are my first Horses, but I am sure they will not be my last. :)

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you will be rescuing discarded and forgotten :USA: horses and filling your stable to the max like the rest of us :)

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just an update on the whole hitch issue i was going threw along with another member here on RS. I went threw all legal routes with paypal and they retrived my funds i spent out. got to love paypal protecting a buyers behind.

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i was finally able to mount the onan and make some wheelie bars. now i just need to get someone who can weld up a adjustable hitch and it will be ready to pull.

maybe this winter i will be able to strip and paint it.

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can i get a close up look where u mounted your wheelies bars

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those wheelie bars are just clamped to the axle the same way the rear mounting bracket for a snowplow is clamped on

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