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About chevrat68

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  • Birthday 08/27/1973

Wheel Horse Information

  • tractors
    68 raider 12
    72 raider 14 with 48 inch mower
    93 312-8 with 38 inch single stage blower
    42 inch snow blade
    42 inch mower deck
    10 inch Single bottom plow
    38 inch disks
  • favoritemodel
    raider 14

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    stoneham Ma
  • Occupation
    truck tech

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  1. chevrat68

    k321 crank

    Looking for any one who can help me locate a crank shaft for a k321. I think the M14 is the the same but not exactly sure. If somebody could point me in the right direction. Thanks
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    k321 crankshaft

    looks like crankshaft time around here. I'm looking for a k321 crankshaft for my 72 Raider 14. Droped eng crank and threaded end snapped off. Any leads would be appreciated. Thank you. Kevin
  3. chevrat68

    2 rims for 16x6.5-8 tires

    I'm looking for a set of rims and possibly with tires or if someone cam direct me to someone or someplace that would have them for a 3 3/4 length shaft. Installing on a 83 312-8. Thank you.
  4. chevrat68

    K321 master rebuild kit

    I have to rebuild my 72 K321 and would like to know a reputable place to aquire a master rebuild kit. My engine is blowing oil out of the breather but am hoping that it's just the rings. I haven't pulled the head yet but I'm hoping the cylinder is still good. Just getting my ducks in order. Thanks Sent from my SCH-I545 using Tapatalk
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    Snow horses

    All horses like to investigate the white stuff. â„ Sent from my SCH-I545 using Tapatalk
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    Snow horses

    3 to 6 inches and 5 to brake the 107 record from like the early 90's Sent from my SCH-I545 using Tapatalk
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    Snow horses

    Oh that's my 16 year old daughter blowing snow on the horses. She has done a great job with just a little instruction. I tried to tell her to get the snow banks back further for future snow but she is now regretting it. Lesson learned the hard way. Lol Sent from my SCH-I545 using Tapatalk
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    Slow Hydraulics

    I don't have any auto transmissions but I was just wondering if a hydronic fluid like an ISO 15 would work? A lot of large rental truck fleets use them in the lift gates in cold weather. Or maybe super UDT 2 from Kubota would work? Just curious. Sent from my SCH-I545 using Tapatalk
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    Snow horses

    well I grew up by lake Ontario, so I do know snow but this is a lot by any standard. Here we don't have a lot of places to put it. That's the biggest problem. Sent from my SCH-I545 using Tapatalk
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    42 inch blower auger

    Sorry just read your post. I welded a nut that fit inside the sprocket and used it as a guide for the arbor on the hole saw. Sent from my SCH-I545 using Tapatalk
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    Snow horses

    Sitting in my chair eating bonbons for 2 months has gotten on my nerves. Sent from my SCH-I545 using Tapatalk
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    Snow horses

    you can just make out the top of our 4 foot fence in my front yard
  13. chevrat68

    Snow horses

    The bottom pic is the raider 14 in the first storm. The top is the 312. Had surgery on my left ankle on December 29 and just started putting weight on it. So no clutch foot.
  14. chevrat68

    Snow horses

    Well living in Boston this year we have had a lot of snow just to say the least. About 8 feet in the past 4 weeks and the horses are getting a work out and finding all the weaknesses. I'm out of commission for the snow but the wife, daughter and her boyfriend are keeping up with it. Problems in had this winter are a blown engine in the 72 raider 14 with snow blower attached and smoked bearings on the drive idler and snapped belt on the 312-8. 72 will be down until I can get around again so repaired the 312 and removed front blade from that and installed blower. Just a couple of picks.
  15. I just put a large nut between two washers