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953 nut last won the day on December 21 2018

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About 953 nut

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    Wheel Horse Master
  • Birthday 04/30/1945

Wheel Horse Information

  • tractors
    1957 RJ35 project
    1958 RJ58 project
    1963 953 Serial # 62-780 Under restoration
    1963 953 Serial # 62 829 with snow cab, project
    1963 953 Serial # 34444 survivor
    1963 953 Survivor # 41784
    1963 953 Hot Rod
    1963 953 project
    1965 1055 #108214
    1970 GT14 with Johnson front end loader
    1987 418 C worker
    1993 310-8
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    Navy
  • Location
    Western NC
  • Occupation
    Retired
  • Interests
    Church, Old tractors, Street Rods, NASCAR, Habitat For Humanities, Wood working

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  1. 953 nut

    Wiring switch

    You need to be a little more specific, The K 301 was used in a lot of different models and had a variety of ignition types over the years.
  2. 953 nut

    Hillbilly Snow Gauge

    Pompey, NY, just south of Manlius. Do they still have the Antique show and sales in Bouckville? My wife and I went there a few times years back.
  3. Dico tires tend to be a little on the small side compared to others. If you buy the spacers like Jeff @WVHillbilly520H suggested you should be OK.
  4. Happy Birthday @JC 1965, @slantram and @stuppy62, we are glad you were born!
  5. 953 nut

    Hillbilly Snow Gauge

    Yes, I remember those days. I grew up east of Syracuse and there were times that we had to dump milk because the milk truck couldn't make it to the farm to pick it up.
  6. 953 nut

    Front end loader

    Can't remember what brand it is, but have seen ones like it. Very cool feature is that the bucket will continue to be at the same angle as it is lifted.
  7. 953 nut

    Omco rebuild

    I have to agree with Paul, any good hydraulic shop could talk care of that. Chances are they have some used "Parts" valves in the shop that will donate parts to get yours going.
  8. 953 nut

    My name is Rod and I have a problem...

    Always, always always BACK UP A RAMP. @rmaynard can tell you why! The fuel pump should be checked out too. The pump is higher than the tank and if the check valves are leaking by it can be hard for it to pull a good prime. Nice buy!
  9. 953 nut

    What are your other hobbies?

    You weren't having an outing, you were having a Physics class! Newton's laws of motion First law: In an inertial frame of reference, an object either remains at rest or continues to move at a constant velocity, unless acted upon by a force. Second law: In an inertial frame of reference, the vector sum of the forces F on an object is equal to the mass m of that object multiplied by the acceleration a of the object: F = ma. Third law: When one body exerts a force on a second body, the second body simultaneously exerts a force equal in magnitude and opposite in direction on the first body.
  10. 953 nut

    Rustler alert

    A good running 8 HP Kohler and a working three speed, you bet it was a god deal.
  11. 953 nut

    Hillbilly Snow Gauge

    The first time my wife saw snow (she was born and raised in Miami FL) she told her sister that we had a foot of snow because it was deep enough to cover her foot!
  12. 953 nut

    New Rescuing Old

    Wonder if he could have put a big "For Sale" sign on it and tell the city he was absolutely sure it would sell any day now! He seems like a real cool dude.
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