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By the way,how cool is wallfishes setup!

A loader and a backhoe!

I even know his town is pronounced Lestser.

So I got that going for me.....

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thanks for this post it should come in handy when installing my blower the first time im glad i found this site its loaded with wheel horse wizards

 

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I have a 312-8 wheel horse tracker. I found a 35 in snow blower will it fit it. belt not long enuff for it and when you put the blower down the flag falls out of the hole in the rod.

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Posted (edited)
3 hours ago, Shardiman said:

I can’t see the pictures 

:WRS:

 

You can thank the greedy b@st@rds at photobucket. They now hold everyone's pics hostage for a RIDICULOUS fee. $400 per year!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

There should be plenty of other threads with pics if you use the search feature in the upper right corner. You can also start a new thread of your own and ask whatever particular questions you have and someone will have the answer and can probably post pics for you to see.

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This didn't come with a spring and I found a #150 punching bag spring on Amazon for $8.
We jacked the blower higher than the lifter bar would lift,

Attached the spring to the eye-bolt, that had the nyloc nut backed nearly all the out

Attach the bell of a 1/4" shackle through the other end of the spring, and the pin through an existing hole in the frame just in font of the floor board,

Tighten nyloc nut to apply tension to the spring

Lower jack and enjoy your lighter blower

(black is rust-converting primer I-H Red tractor paint is going on tomorrow)

blower spring.jpg

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