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I am a 516H owner. I'm 32 years old. I inherited my Tractor 🚜 from my father a few years back. He decided to purchase a 56' cub cadet to mow his 5 acres. It still takes a long time to mow but he takes his time. My wife and I moved to a home with 2.3 acres. The Eaton 700 is taking a dump. I'll most likely be posting in the want section for the 1100 set up. 

I know this is what I need after the research I've done here. 

So, Hello and thanks for any advice and the warm welcome I expect from this great forum. 

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:WRS:

 

Plenty of guys here have done the 700 to 1100 upgrade so if ya hit a snag these guys will be able to help you out!

 

 Mike......

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:text-welcomeconfetti: to the :rs:Frank.       It shouldn't be too hard to find an 1100.   

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9 hours ago, Frank The Tank said:

The Eaton 700 is taking a dump. I'll most likely be posting in the want section for the 1100 set up. 

Welcome  :rs:516H is a strong tractor and you will really like it after you put the 1100 eaton in it....if you can, purchase the setup with tranny and axles - complete - makes a really easy swap - ask your questions and you will get answers - mine had an electric lift, so I didn't go with the hydro valve for lift - had a hose made up by  Wheelhorse Parts and More. Vendor on Red Square....by the way, keep your operating rod from your 700    ..  you will need it..( that is the horizontal one that goes to the top of the hydro.)  :)

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:WRS: There is a ton of knowledge here. These guys should be able to help you through any problems with your :wh:

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:WRS: fellow Michigander. 

Jim

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On 6/20/2017 at 10:24 PM, Frank The Tank said:

I am a 516H owner. I'm 32 years old. I inherited my Tractor 🚜 from my father a few years back. He decided to purchase a 56' cub cadet to mow his 5 acres. It still takes a long time to mow but he takes his time. My wife and I moved to a home with 2.3 acres. The Eaton 700 is taking a dump. I'll most likely be posting in the want section for the 1100 set up. 

I know this is what I need after the research I've done here. 

So, Hello and thanks for any advice and the warm welcome I expect from this great forum. 

 

 

A while ago , a fella had the same handle as you on a 4 wheeler site I was on .

I realize it's a common rhyme but you wouldn't be the same fella ? Would you ?

 

Anyway , welcome to Red Square !

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:text-welcomeconfetti:   to  :rs:  Lots of helpful folks here, ask and we will provide answers. Post in classified section that you need an 1100, some one near probably has one to sell.

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19 hours ago, Digger 66 said:

 

 

A while ago , a fella had the same handle as you on a 4 wheeler site I was on .

I realize it's a common rhyme but you wouldn't be the same fella ? Would you ?

 

Anyway , welcome to Red Square !

I've never owned a quad. Sorry. Wasn't me. I used to frequent oldminibikes forum with the same handle. Friends and family called me Frank The Tank well before the movie Old School, in case anyone was wondering. 

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I was a member of a few different auto and hobby forums over the years. I figured it would be good to introduce myself and have some interaction prior to going straight to the classified section. Thank you everyone for the warm welcome. I look forward to doing the 1100 upgrade.  Then maybe I'll start the search for some other implements. My old wheel horse runs pretty strong since I've replace the fuel line and filter. She's due for some fresh oil and an air cleaner.  

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Welcome to the site and as Jay Bee

Said it's good that another Michigander has come here. 

Your just north of me. Post some pictures so we can see and help.

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