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Thanks for the warm welcome!  In my other life, I have a Kubota with back hoe and a cab, but I needed something I could have some fun with.  I also have a few hit and miss engines.  My retirement is becoming very complex.

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17 minutes ago, jajiu said:

My retirement is becoming very complex.

:WRS:        No doubt about it, retirement tends to free up enough time to get us in trouble.

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25 minutes ago, 953 nut said:

:WRS:        No doubt about it, retirement tends to free up enough time to get us in trouble.

Usually with the wives and our addition to :wh:

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:text-welcomeconfetti:@jajiu  to  :rs: 

2 hours ago, jajiu said:

My retirement is becoming very complex.

 

Retirement has a way of doing that...don't ask me how I know!!!

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Welcome and soon you to will have WHA (Wheel Horse Addiction).

Plenty of company here in the ward forums!  :ROTF:

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I also have a 1977 B80. Great tractor. Very good on gas and will hold its own when plowing or cutting grass. My B80  starts better then my new one. I've since repaired the seat and it'll get a full makeover this spring. 

And pictures help us droll over nice wheel horse's. 

AND :text-welcomeconfetti: TO THE BEST WHEEL HORSE SITE IN THE WORLD. 

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:WRS: you won't find a better place for tips and advice on anything Wheel Horse related. The people here are awesome too, some of us may be a bit, shall I say different, but a very good group of guys here who know a lot about these little red tractors and are more than willing to lend a hand, should you ever need it. Looking forward to seeing some :text-coolphotos: of your B-80. And as stated above, these little rascals do like to multiply, I started with my 1277 and less than two years later I am up to 4. 

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jajiu :WRS: You will find lots of help here and great people to share ideas and Pictures with. I hope you enjoy the site. Enjoy the B80. Have had many still own some. Great little tractors.

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@jajiu :WRS:

I have a 1975 B-80 and it is my "go to" tractor when I need to pull or move something.

You say it has a loader? :wwp:

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Well now that you've gone and done it, it's all downhill from here....   :text-welcomeconfetti: 2 :rs:

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You just can't beat those little 8 horse Kohler's. Very strong little engine.       :WRS:

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13 hours ago, jajiu said:

I also have a few hit and miss engines.

 

I don't have any of my own , but we find them when were on the ATV's all the time .

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I really don't think we can wait for warm weather for pictures. I believe I speak for the group when I say "we love pictures of Wheel Horses" 

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6 minutes ago, c-series don said:

I really don't think we can wait for warm weather for pictures. I believe I speak for the group when I say "we love pictures of Wheel Horses" 

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:text-welcomeconfetti:to :rs:By  now you may have noticed that some of nuts and the rest need to be locked up in a rubber room. Please provide pictures of the loader. Us ole guys are not too good at reading and love pictures. :wh: addiction is fatal , but loads of fun.

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9 hours ago, Digger 66 said:

 

I don't have any of my own , but we find them when were on the ATV's all the time .

 

That's a BIG one, mine are 1 1/2 HP and 2 HP.

 

 

 

 

 

I'll see what I can do tomorrow about pictures.  Even my local friends want pictures!  Ya, it has a Johnson loader, not too familiar with them, but it works nice.  I bought this from a guy who got it from an estate.  The owner died at the age of 84 and mostly restored it.  The tires are old and cracked and need replacement and it needs decals, but like I said, I just got it and will be assessing and looking for the things I need.

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learning how to use this site.
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4 hours ago, jajiu said:

learning how to use this site.

Yeah, a lot of us are still trying to also!!! :confusion-shrug:

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:WRS:

BTW we do have a other brands section 

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