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Hi, I'm Ray from Cheltenham England

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I have a C 160 which I am slowly dismantling with a view to repainting, currently on hold pending warmer weather and I am trying to figure out how the brake cluth untit comes apart. 

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:WRS:    Always glad to see new members, you can download a maual for your horse on this site that should help you figure out the brake and clutch.    :text-welcomeconfetti: 

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Hello Ray, :text-welcomewave:   . Everything you need help-wise is here in many forms.

 

The usual priority is :wwp: of your C-160 when you can , and any Model and Serial numbers on it. We'll then be able to sort out your needs like Manuals as mentioned.......Edit , Sorry, just noticed you've been here since July, so I assume your pretty familiar with this place :handgestures-thumbup: .

  

 

Regards.  

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Hi Ray, welcome to the WH mad house.. Have fun :handgestures-thumbup:

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 Belated Welcome Ray to Redsquare, im just down the road from you in Somerset. Bridgwater to be precise.

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Hello Ray, :text-welcomewave:   . Everything you need help-wise is here in many forms.

 

The usual priority is :wwp: of your C-160 when you can , and any Model and Serial numbers on it. We'll then be able to sort out your needs like Manuals as mentioned.......Edit , Sorry, just noticed you've been here since July, so I assume your pretty familiar with this place :handgestures-thumbup: .

  

 

Regards.  

I'm still getting to grips with the Site and seem to be getting unwanted software appearing!  My Tractor is a C160 automatic model number 7116KS, serial number 160923 -Engine model number K3418, specification number 71223A,serial number 8128631 - mowing deck 5 36MR01-21634-8136.  I have the original Owner's Manual and a 1975 Parts Manual, but I suspect the latter is earlier than my model.

Kind regards

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 Belated Welcome Ray to Redsquare, im just down the road from you in Somerset. Bridgwater to be precise.

Hi Neil,  Nice to know there is another member nearby.  I recently visited a helpful WH enthusiast in Horton Ilminster, which is in your neck of the woods.

Kind regards

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Hello Ray and  :WRS:

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I'm still getting to grips with the Site and seem to be getting unwanted software appearing!  My Tractor is a C160 automatic model number 7116KS, serial number 160923 -Engine model number K3418, specification number 71223A,serial number 8128631 - mowing deck 5 36MR01-21634-8136.  I have the original Owner's Manual and a 1975 Parts Manual, but I suspect the latter is earlier than my model.

Kind regards

 

 

Yeah, Look's like you have a 1977 . A few small differences in the numbers (Belgium built?) , but not an issue and thanks for putting those up.

 I'm sure you've spotted the differences in your Parts Manual and the actual Tractor, but you may well have found the correct one on here in the relevent section.

Good Tractor , Not seen many 16hp Autos here in UK. 

I have the same Deck as you. :handgestures-thumbupright:

Shame your having issues via this Site, not experienced that myself.

Regards.

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Ray , not sure who the Ilminster chap is ,

The best way to get rid of the Gremlins that may appear is to become a supporter , most of us euro guys are now supporters of this site and for just a few quid it will be the only & best manual you will need .

The Tractor world show at three counties show ground is well worth a visit .

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Welcome to RS Ray - always great to see guys join our merry band.

We do like to see pics aka 'tractor porn'

 

Andy

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:text-welcomeconfetti: to     :rs:

 

 

 

 

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Hello Ray, Further to my PM (personal mssge), here's some assistance for posting pics direct from your PC. Ordinary membership has a limit of 1mb per image (8mb total).  Supporter's are Unrestricted and can send images in PMs .......no pressure there then!.
 
I've put it here so you can refer (scroll down to it) to it while practicing to add a pic on this thread. Hope this helps-

 

If you scroll down to the bottom of this post to 'Reply to this Topic'.

 

Start your Reply (or Thread), then left CLICK on the 'More Reply Options' button in the bottom right hand corner (next to the red 'Post' button). 

 

This will give you a 'Preview' and below at the bottom left hand corner, you will find 'Attach Files'.....click on 'Browse' to search your pics on your computer.

 

When you find/selected/highlighted (with a left click) the one you want to post, click on the 'Open' button and the link will appear in the Box next to 'Browse'

Click on 'Attach This File'  and your pic will (should) link to your post in a Bar at the bottom.  

 

Place your Cursor in your typed Post where you want the Pic and then in the picture bar Click on 'ADD TO POST '.

The link code will then appear in your post.

Click Preview to see the picture/layout of your Post where you hadplaced your curser.

 

Your pic size limit is also shown in the 'Attach' area at the bottom I believe.

 

Edit -Bye the way, if  you haven't found it yet, the Illustrated Parts List for your C-160 is in the Manuals section.  

Any probs, let us know.  Regards.

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Welcome to Red Square Ray.

This has to be the largest knowledge base of Wheel Horse

Tractors in the world!

Sent from my SCH-S720C using Tapatalk 2

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Hello Richard,

Sorry for the delay in replying - I'm still having problems with my computer!  I can see that my previous attempts to send pics were unsuccessful, because I was attempting to exceed the 1mg limit.  I have, as you intimated, become a supporter, thereby circumventing that limit.  Following your detailed help I am endeavouring to attach pics of my Tractor seat to this reply.  I will make sure I reduce the size of my pics in future!post-11145-0-67587600-1389897955_thumb.jpost-11145-0-16112000-1389898053_thumb.jpost-11145-0-90299000-1389898170_thumb.j

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Good to have you back on the forum Ray & congrats on becoming a supporter .

 

 

will you be going to the Malvern tractor world show this year, if so i may see you there

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Ray

 

That Michigan seat looks pretty much the same as the original on my 227-5 built at South Bend. Mine has drain holes to let the water out. I also scrapped a 210-4 that had a low back Michigan seat slightly different style with no drain holes now on my A-800.

 

Andy

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