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  • PARTS...PARTS...PARTS 30+ Years accumulated


    daveoman1966
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      Location: N/w Pa.. Zip 16433 40M South Of Erie Pa
      Contact: Dave (daveoman66)

    For 30+ years, I've accumulated a TON of used Wheelhorse parts and am now retiring (again). Hate to scrap all of this as many of you guys may have use of parts.  I have 80 or so pics, but can't list all of that here.  Yet, here are a few. 

    Come one..come all.  Bring truck / trailer / helper....and cash. 

    NOTE... many have asked me for vintage parts like for a,  502, 702, etc.  I don't have any parts to fill those needs... The parts I have begin from late 60s...67, 68...up thru the 520H models.  Sorry... I should have been a little more specific... 

     

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    Dave - got it! Many thanks.

     

    Yes - if you have a 42" 'shell' that isn't rusted out and is in decent shape I'm very very interested - I have two I bought new but have hit too many tree stumps/etc and bent both so neither cuts level anymore - took 25 years of abuse.

    I can easily swap out spindles/pulleys/etc - I have two sets of everything except a level shell.

    If you can send me pix of the nicest one let me know - would be great to have one flat again :-)

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    sparkys toy

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    Hi dave need some parts,looking for a brake band and head

    light lens .a t-bar deck lift arm,for a B-100 and a lower steering block to fit a c-145    thanks for any help you can give

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    daveoman1966

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    T-bar and lower steering block I have.. This T bar comes with a brass bushing and 'C' clip, just not shown here.  Also has lift chain and trunion...you want that too, or just the T-bar?  ps..This T-bar isn't worn at all...just needs paint to make it 'pretty'.   Will check for brake band in the morning...  Can't help with the headlight lens...

     

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    sparkys toy

    Posted

    dont really need the chain and trunion but spare parts are always a good thing right, pick a good block t-bar looks good,let me know on the brake band

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    daveoman1966

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    You mean this thing...?  I have 3.  The bonded one (center) would be my pick.    Can't help with the brake band though.

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    sparkys toy

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    the bonded one will work,sad about the brake band but thanks for looking .so shoot me a price for the t-lift with trunion and chain ,steering block and the thing toro calls a clutch plate

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    daveoman1966

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    $20...T-bar  chain & trunion...bushing & E clip

    $15...Lower steer block

    $ 5....PTO bonded brake pad

    $10...USPS Reg B rate

    $50...total to put these in your mailbox.  

    As before with the dipstick, you can Paypal that amount to my email address.  I have these things on my desk NOW...ready to ship...

    Dave...

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    sparkys toy

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    i guess you will need my address duh, 831 south ordway rd. waterloo iowa 50703  Randy Hartke  thanks again

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    daveoman1966

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    I have two pair...ribbed or turf-saver.  Rims are not matched, but close.  One rib tire is a bit wider than the other but still 16x6.5x8.  One turf saver is like new...other has weather check and needs valve stem.  $65 for either pair on rims...plus ship to zip 50703.  

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    sparkys toy

    Posted

    dave havent heard from you and was wondering if you got the paypal  payment i sent you

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    sparkys toy

    Posted

    i didnt order a dipstick from you,hope you didnt get my order mixed  up with the guy that bought the dipstick

     

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    daveoman1966

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    We're all good....  I sent the box with T-bar & steering block to you at zip...

       
     
    Ship to address:
    RANDY HARTKE....831 S Ordway Rd Waterloo IA 50703 US  
     
    Carrier:
    USPS  
     
    Label cost:
    $10.65  
     
    Delivery service:
    USPS Priority Mail  
     
    Tracking number:
    9405509699937162694528

     

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    daveoman1966

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    The E clip & bushing are in this little bottle...on top of packing.

     

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    JeffreyLKY

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    I am looking to purchase one of your front Tach-O-Matic mounting plates for my 1973 16Auto if you have a nice clean one available for sale at this time?  Not the mule, rather the mechanism it attaches to.  Saw a nice one in your photos from page one of your listing.  Thank you!

     

    Jeff

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    daveoman1966

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    You mean like this Front Tach-O-Matic hitch.  What's $35...SHIPPED to you sound like.  

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    JeffreyLKY

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    Sounds great!  I appreciate the quick reply. You wouldn’t happen to have an oil dipstick, fuel shutoff assembly and headlight lense for that same vintage, would you?  Thank you!!

     

    Jeff

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    daveoman1966

    Posted

    Headlight lens...no  

    Trans oil dipstick...Yes  $15

    Or did you mean the Engine oil dipstick...maybe  

    Fuel shut off...Yes...$10

     

     

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    JeffreyLKY

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    Great. Let me recap with you...items I would like to purchase. 

     

    -front tach o matic

    -ENGINE oil dipstick P/N 237052 if available 

    -Fuel shut off (2 if you have them)

     

    Thank you very much,

     

    Jeff

     

     

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    Rich16

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    Hi Dave,

    Didn't hear back from you about the 42" mower deck shell and am still interested - let me know what you think.

     

    Happy New Year!

       Best,

     

    Rich

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    daveoman1966

    Posted

    On 1/16/2019 at 5:59 PM, JeffreyLKY said:

    Great. Let me recap with you...items I would like to purchase. 

     

    -front tach o matic

    -ENGINE oil dipstick P/N 237052 if available 

    -Fuel shut off (2 if you have them)

     

    Thank you very much,

     

    Jeff

     

     

    I don’t have a good front hitch, but if you go to Ebay and search WHEELHORSE HITCH, you can find several of them from 20 to 50 bux.  Here are two that I found and they both look ok to me.. they are buy it now for 20 or 25… Item #s:

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    173718852029

    332358699471

     

    I also looked at the shut off valves in my ‘used box’ and there isn’t any one of them that I would use…let alone sell to you..   lol

    Again  Ebay WHEELHORSE SHUTOFF… found lots of them NEW for less than $10 each.  I like the plastic ones that mount In-Line…they don’t corrode at all and very easy to install anywhere in the fuel line.  Item #:

    302587085710

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    These come with a filter too. 

    No luck on the DIPSTICK…. Wrong one .

     

    Sorry I can’t supply you with parts this time…wish I could get some of your hard-earned money, but honesty prevails…. Best I can do is to guide you to some Ebay sources

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    JeffreyLKY

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    Thank you so much for looking through things to help me out, and not a problem.  I figured I would visit with you first, then start looking around.  You've invested quite a bit of time, and that wasn't necessary at all...thank you, and have a great weekend!

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    rjg854

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    Would you have the seat pan for this type of seat cushions 

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    daveoman1966

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    YES...  I do.  I think it is shown in one of the pics in the front of this link...  with a few other seats and fender pans.    $20 for it, plus ship...what is your zip code?

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    Rich16

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    Hi Dave - any chance you might still have that 42" deck shell?

     

    Didn't get a response above and won't bother you if it's gone but thought I'd try again before buying a complete deck.

     

    I have all the parts to replace but my deck shell is hopelessly bent (two of 'em actually!).

     

    Many thanks!

       Rich

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    Rick Pangborn

    Posted (edited)

    Looking for a slave cylinder/ belt tension for my drive belt on a 416-8 twin cylinder  Model#31160803  and a drive belt??  Parts #s also

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    daveoman1966

    Posted

    I'd urge you to buy an OEM belt.... The belt is # 78-7100 at about $25 from this vendor:  that I use frequently...lowest prices I've found 

    https://www.psep1.biz/arinet.asp?aribrand=TO#

    On that same vendor, enter you model # 416-8, then clik the 'Clutch & Brake linkage assy"...  Tell me what item #s you need...

    Belt tension linkage here...what #s of this schematic do you want

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