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167 downloadsOperator manual #A-5274 Wiring 6 pages 7.31MB Illustrated parts list link Use the 1970 parts list for the Raider 10 model 1-6051 and Raider 12 models 1-6251 and 1-6253 with the following exceptions For 1970 electric clutch use Electro 12 model 1-7255 2 pages 282KB We also have the 1971 tractor parts manual that followed 1971 Raider 10 model 1-0300 - (1-0300-6) - Uses HH100-115145C with magneto ignition (Engine oil capacity 2 quarts) 1971 Raider 12 model 1-0310 - (1-0310-6) - Uses K301S-47407C with breakerless magneto ignition (This model also made in Belgium) (Engine oil capacity 2 quarts)
Trying to restore a 1971 Wheel horse Workhorse 800 model 0100, It has a tecumseh HH80-110112D. I cannot find any parts at all for this one, I’ve checked everywhere I can think online. This is my first restore, looking for some help to find parts or what I can use (swap) to keep it close to original but also functional. Also the fly wheel has two **** that stick up off it that the coil passes and one is broke off. Is that a problem, I’m a mechanic but this thing is old and with no info it’s a guessing game. Parts needed so far: right side running bored/footrest Left side engine cover right side pulley cover Ignition coil Main drive pulley bearings Hitch pin (goes through trans case) *NEW TO SITE, WILL CHANGE IF POST INCORRECT*
I need to buy tubes or new rear tires for my 1971 Workhorse 800. It has the original 22.5x7.50-12 Wheelhorse branded tires but sidewalls are leaking and one no longer holds air for more that two days. Searching websites brings up various sizes but not the original. Would a 23x9.50-12 fit this tractor? I have a 36" RD deck on it. Any other sizes work on this rim and tractor? Thanks!
Hello Wheel Horse people, I have a raidar 10 with a 12 horsepower Kohler engine in it and it will run fine for 10-15 minutes then we'll overheat and drives sluggish with not much power any ideas as to what I should look for or possible causes? Thanks in advance
Greetings all, first post to this forum. I am in the process of getting my father's 1971 Bronco 14 (1 0421 6) up and running. After pulling the hydrogear for reworking, I noticed some lash between the rear wheels when on jackstands. I found one of the hubs to be badly worn, but also noticed there seems to be a clicking or ratcheting when turning one side at a time (whether the parking brake is on or off). The opposite wheel does turn in the opposite direction - it just does so with a click / ratchet feel. I was expecting something smoother like with an automobile differential. Is this normal? Should I plan to split the case, and if so what should I be looking for? Thanks in advance for any information!