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I have a wheel horse c-161 automatic hydro, And I was plowing with it, there is a small bar under the seat that swings back and forth with the hydraulics and it is attached to a circular piece with 2 bushings that have a small flange on the end of them, they are both pretty much shot and the one flange broke off so I could no longer raise my plow because the piece holding the bar with the bushings popped out because the one bushing is completely shot, Anybody Know where I can get these small bushings?
Hi all... I am restoring a GT14 and having a hard time sourcing a snow plow for it. I was recently informed that a C-series plow fits the GT14. I understand the GT14 requires a long frame set up. But I feel like I read somewhere that there are 2 versions of long frame plows. An early version and a later version. So... I'm confused and just not certain exactly what I can use for it. I do have a snow plow that will fit most tractors. Has anyone modified a plow like this to fit a GT14 or another long frame tractor?
here are a few pics of the plow I have. It's a 42" snow plow.
Morning all, does anyone have a picture of the correct route for the throttle cable on a C series 101-161?
I can't seem to find a good place for mine without fouling the governor arm, I'm not sure if I have brackets missing or what, so a picture of this set up would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
Engine was in pieces when it arrived and needed a new piston but all that aside After a new rear seal and adding oil test drove it the other day. It was a lot of work but I'm just so glad there wasn't more damage as the fins were packed with mud(could this have caused the piston failure?) I'm thinking this was not a normal buildup. Has anyone seen this? No way it was cooling properly.
And as a side note: I just wanted to send a shout out to Mabsoon for going out of his way and bringing both this and the snoblower down. ! couldn't have done it without you buddy.