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By Washburn WH
I bought this from a man in Indiana who said that his dad bought it new in 1964. There was no doubt in his mind that it was a wheel horse wagon but i cant seem to find any info or pictures of one like this. It is a four wheel wagon with sides that pull right off. It has the same wheels that are on the front of the wheel horse tractors and the original paint under the primer is red. I just want to make sure its a wheel horse before i put the sticker on it. Thanks!
Just got a 5000 Watt Wheel Horse Generator.... everything except the lift tube! If you have one you want to sell, let's talk! If you have one you can give me the specs on so I can have one made, that would help too!
Some of what I have read leads me to think that a lift tube from a snow blower may work or be interchangeable.. But I do not know that for sure.
Any assistance will be greatly appreciated!
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Tom (317) 496-3376
Well here's my situation I have this 76 d1-60 that I have about $200 into plus countless hours of work to get it mowing again. Everything went fairly well last summer. But in the fall I noticed a slow drip coming from the transaxle. And the starter went out also shortly after the leak.
i need a mower that I can count on. I love this one when it works. So should I sell or take it in to fix all the issues. And can anyone tell me a ball park number as to what it's worth compared to what it would cost to fix it.
leak in transaxle
leak at hydro motor and drive shaft
(I rebuilt the hydro motor following a tutorial on RS but didn't replace the seal where the shaft exits the motor.)
it has never seen snow it was only mowed with and alway been in climate controlled storage.
it has a newer motor as of 1996(linnamar twin 790)
with less than 1500hrs
have all original manuals
what do you think I should do.
Im not made of money so as much as I would love to a complete restore is not an option.