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1984 Wheel Horse C-195 black hood edition
19.5 hp twin Kohler engine
3 point hitch (NO rear PTO)
60" heavy plow
51" mower deck (That's without the guide chute attached; not sure if that's considered 60". )
36" Snow thrower
60x30" wheel horse wagon (currently this is included, but a local sale is pending)
original owners manual
Wheel weights (Tires are also filled, gel I think)
Chains on front tires and parts for chains on the rear (rear chains in picture are not available)
An assortment of other part, including heavy bar for the snow thrower, a pull chair, spare oil filter, etc.
The tractor starts and runs well. It has some cosmetic issues but not what I would call damage. It's big, powerful, and a lot of fun.
It starts, but the current battery is undersized, so while it starts fine in the summer, I've been using my truck to jump it in the winter. The easy solution is battery with more cold cranking Amps.
The mower deck has been redone with some welding (heavy duty steel) where it rusted through. The center guide wheel it missing.
The snow thrower works, but is currently missing a link on the chain, and the sprockets are worn.
I prefer to sell everything as a set, if possible Please email me if you're interested with "C-195" in the subject line. I live in Upstate NY along the PA line.
By Joel G
Hi, I'm brand new to the forum and just brought home (last night) my first Wheelhorse tractor. It's a '75 C-100 and it's in great shape. Unfortunately it did not come with a mower deck and so I am looking at my options. As far as I can tell the 5-1011 is the OEM for a 42" side discharge deck. I was, however told that both side and rear discharge options were (or are now) available.
That said, I would love to find a used 42" mower deck that fits my tractor, however I am not sure how to properly ID it if I come across one. Would the model # be 5-1011, and if so would it be stamped on the deck?
I have also heard that new ones can be bought through Toro, however I would rather not spend thousands on an aftermarket mower deck if I can restore an original for less $.
Having problems. Rod for PTO will not drop down far enough. So I needed to take top bracket off to get rid out and remove belt? Next item, is there a truck to remove belt? I can not get it out of pulley area as it is twisted and to tight to pull through. What is the trick? I reserved forcing through as I am not sure it will go back on? See pics. I appreciate any help I can get. First time pulling off the deck.
I am in search of a mower deck for a 518xi Toro lawn tractor. This tractor was inherited from my father who passed away. This tractor only has 56 hours on it, and was only used to blow snow in Northern Michigan. I am located in South Dakota and have a small acreage. I am looking for a complete deck, 48, 52 or 60 inches.