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  • Birthday 03/09/1959

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    1966 876, 36" rear discharge deck, 42" snow blade
    1974 C120, 42" rear discharge deck, 42" side discharge deck, 42" snow blade, 48" snow blade
    1988 520-HC, 48" side discharge deck, bagger attachment, 46" Ber-Vac snowthrower
    1968 Commando 8 3-speed
    1964 704 under construction
    1960 Suburban with extended frame under construction
    1970 GT-14
    1978 C-161 8-speed
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  1. cafoose

    Decal removal?

    Check the sales at harbor freight many times heat guns are on sale for $9 and 20% coupon would be a couple bucks off that https://www.harborfreight.com/catalogsearch/result/index/?dir=asc&order=EAScore%2Cf%2CEAFeatured+Weight%2Cf%2CSale+Rank%2Cf&q=heat+gun
  2. cafoose

    Blower chute cable

    Check this out
  3. cafoose

    Check this out

    In April 1968, Wheel Horse entered the snowmobile market by purchasing the Sno-Flite snowmobile line of CE Erickson of Des Moines, Iowa.[4][5] Six-models called "Safari" ranged from 295 to 440 cc producing 18 hp (13.4 kW) to 30 hp (22.4 kW) with an optional electric start system, and were priced from $845 to $1,195.[4] Sno-Flite snowmobiles were made by Wheel Horse until 1972, when the line was sold to Parts Unlimited, who continued support for the products until replacement parts ran out in the late-1970s or early-1980s. From: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wheel_Horse
  4. cafoose

    K181: RJ8C /J8C spark plugs

  5. My daughter in law had a Suburban that wouldn't start or take a jump and I found that the positive battery cable was corroded all the way through the wire from end to end so I just replaced the whole wire with both ends and it worked great after that!
  6. How about this one? You can keep an eye on people trying to steal your horses!
  7. No just put the logo on the bottom besides, she said it would go in the front yard and with traffic driving by at 40-60 mph would think it was a real glass ball and it would look good at a distance
  8. We got a nice new bowling ball that doesn't even have the holes drilled in it for $4 on Facebook marketplace to use as a gazing ball. That's $56 less than a glass ball and it will be hard to break!
  9. cafoose

    What donor tractor for a good 8 speed?

    https://www.wheelhorseforum.com/store/
  10. That would make a great snow blower for light fluffy snow!
  11. cafoose

    Recherches documentations

    Hello, I am looking for any kind of documentations on a wheel horse 8speed 10 of 1973 I just bought it and I look for information before starting the restoration. Thanks in advance.
  12. I just got an electric fuel pump for my 520-HC off eBay and didn't get ant instructions for the wiring. Which is positive and which is negative? One wire is all black and the other is blue with a white stripe. https://www.ebay.com/itm/141845126993
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