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Welcome  and wow what a nice horse ad you are right if you take care of it you will only need to find someone to leave it to 

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:text-welcomeconfetti: Tool Crib.   Nice find!!!

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4 hours ago, The Tool Crib said:

Hello y'all I just purchased my last mower!

Sorry to tell ya, but that one is just getting you started!  These things are addictive and seem to multiply quickly🐰🐰🐰🐰🐰🐰:wh::wh::wh::wh::wh::wh::wh:!

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You came to the right place. This is the nicest bunch if people here that absolutely love WheelHorse tractors! 

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8 hours ago, dells68 said:

Sorry to tell ya, but that one is just getting you started!  These things are addictive and seem to multiply quickly🐰🐰🐰🐰🐰🐰:wh::wh::wh::wh::wh::wh::wh:!

 

 

Yepp....

He's  right. Horses are well known to be a "heard animal".

You should probably clear a little more space. 

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                                          :text-yeahthat:  Cool ride.   :handgestures-thumbsup:

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VERY nice 414-8.I saved one from abusive owners a couple years ago.Nice Horse to mow with.I use mine frequently.Lots of power.Have fun with your new toy.And....Welcome to Red Square.

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Nice:handgestures-thumbupright:  :WRS:

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Welcome aboard and quite a nice find !

 

Sarge

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I love my 314-8!  They are tough machines and it looks like you picked up a really nice specimen.  

 

Welcome to:rs:

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 Yours is the one to have in the 400 series. I sure wish mine had that engine instead of the higher horsepower one..  One little maintenance item often overlooked is to apply some lubrication to the shaft holding the transmission idler pulley. IF the plastic flange bushing wears through, it is metal to metal contact and it wallows out an oblong hole in the sheet metal transmission tunnel.--- all goes downhill from there. Motorcycle chain lube or plumbers grease would work fine.

 

 There is also a current thread on here about maintaining the underside of the mower deck. Good stuff to know.

 

  Having a survivor like yours is sort of like finding a '57 chevy that has sat for years in a heated wharehouse

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Great Horse! Excellent!

 

Welcome and, sorry, the start of WHA (Wheel Horse Addiction). No cure.  :ROTF:

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She looks mighty nice.  Original seat looks awesome!

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Will. Not. Be. The. Last.

 

How big is your garage?

 

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I started with a simple C-125 to work on ( because the wife wouldn't let me buy the really ugly 70's Toyota pickup) to get me back to earth when I got home from Iraq. I think I'm in the upper teens between workers and parts tractors. 

 

WHA is real and it's probably the best addiction you can have. 

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4 hours ago, posifour11 said:

 

WHA is real and it's probably the best addiction you can have. 

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