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  1. Hi guys I'm new to the wheelhorse world and i recently picked up a for 416-H and I'm looking to buy/install a plow put on it. I have found one on craigslist but I can't tell if it will work on my tractor or not, it is a wheelhorse plow though. Can somebody please send a photo or even a video of how to hook up a plow to a 416 or equivalent tractor? Attached is my tractor and the plow I'm looking at. Will it fix and what's it missing ?!
  2. T-Mo

    Front Blade Lift Links

    Version 1.0.0

    172 downloads

    Drawing for both the short lift link, and the down pressure lift link for the front snow blade. Short lift link 105052 Long lift link 7706 most likely replaced by 7706-01 I drilled 3/8" holes in the bar and used 3/8" x 2-1/2" Gr.5 bolts. Cut the threads off. Weld the head of one bolt to the bar and try it for alignment. I ended up installing the 2nd bolt from the other direction and welding the head only. This provided 1/4" of offset and the pins are square to their attaching parts to minimise wear. Drill holes in the bolts perpendicular to the bar for spring pins. Use a countersink to ease the edges of the holes. With the holes drilled like they are you now know where they are and you can instal the pins blindfolded. With manual lift the float is built in - everything floats including the lift handle. With hydraulic lift the float is accomplished by connecting the bottom of the link to the slotted hole. Down pressure is still available when the pin hits the bottom of the slot. Garry

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  3. Goldann520

    Today's haul

    Hey guys, @wheelhorseman, @WVHillbilly520H, brought this stuff home today. Big question did wh make a gooseneck trailer like this? Really hope so, paint looks right and came out of the same lot as the rest of this. Owner swears he had blade and blower on the 414-8 Which means it'll fit my 312-8. He talked me (or bribed) me into taking tractor with me. Got the weights and chains too. $440 for all of it. Tractor runs but has fuel delivery problems.
  4. Since I've finally got some time with this D and not puking oil all over itself it's time to address a few small issues . Biggest one right now is how that blade engages the ground - it always wants to sit a few inches lower on the right side and always puts more force on that side as well . When I rebuilt the frame I made certain it was squared and flat to the head part and the blade - it still measures out perfectly with the rear mount and the blade's cutting edge staying on the same plane . But , trying to do light grading work and leveling material it always wants to cut more on that right side - I suspect part of this is the weight of that handle , the solid steel cross shafts and sub frame for the whole assembly . With those parts previously cut loose I was quite surprised at just how heavy that stuff was - probably close to 35lbs of steel . With that weight hanging off one side of the frame I suspect that's the root cause of the issue - anyone got an opinion on this or ran across the same issue ? I've considered either adding weight to the left side of the blade or maybe add a spring to the frame to help correct it - what have others done or am I by myself on this , lol ?? Sarge
  5. I'm looking to add a mulching blade to my 42" Rear Discharge (Model 78350). I would like to stack the mulching blade above the regular blade like this (picture is not mine): I can't find a mulching bladewith the same specs as the Toro blade (Part # 106635). Length = 14 1/2" Width = 2" C.H. Diameter = 3/4" Thickness = 0.2040" The Oregon 90-643 G3 Gator blade is close. Length = 13 7/8" Width = 2.5" C.H. Diameter = 3/4" Thickness = 0.203" Will the difference in blade length cause any problems? It seems like everything would still be balanced on the spindle and the Toro blade would still allow a full 42" cutting path. Am I missing anything? I have not verified that there is enough spindle length to accept both blades, but it appears this hasn't been an issue for others.
  6. Made a 4 hour round trip on Sunday to pick up a 48" blade w/rear bracket for $150.. Needless to say, it was well worth the trip and the money!! Can't wait for snow more snow!!
  7. Team70R

    606 snow blade

    Anyone have a link for finding what attachments will fit a 606? Looking to get a snow blade if I can find one for a decent price! Thanks, wes
  8. Today 3:45 PM I would like to put my snow blade from my old C-160 onto a recently purchased 520 H. I have used it with great success on a C-175A. But have read that it needs an extender to fit the 520H ? Any help here would be appreciated. Thanx, VGS
  9. Hi all, Quick question that I am hoping some of the members of this forum could help me with. I am a fairly new owner of a 520LXI. I purchased it with the dozer blade, part 79355, over the summer. Last night I decided to install the blade since they are calling for a surprising amount of snow in our area this weekend, and I am excited to try it out! However, during the last step of installation I realized that my blade was missing either of the lift links for my tractor. In this case I believe I would have wanted to use the slotted link to avoid down pressure with snow removal. In the manual, this looks like a pretty simple part to fab up, and it just attaches with 2 3/8x3/4" clevis pins to the attachment lift plate under the tractor. If you have this setup, would you mind giving me some dimensions of the slotted link? Specifically, overall length, location of the end hole and start/stop of the slot? There seems to be a ton of dimensions for the older tractor/blade links, but I was unsuccessful in searching this forum for details on the newer style. If I don't have this link, it looks like I could simply loop a small piece of chain over the lifting bar for the mower deck and attach it to the blade as well - does anyone see an issue with that? Thanks a ton for any help!
  10. Hello Red Square Community! My father recently rebuilt a 1990 520-H he found at a junk yard and surprised me with it as a birthday present. I've done a lot of searching for guidance on implements/attachments that will fit this particular model but am coming up short. I would love to get a rototiller, snow thrower, and a blade but I have no idea what will work. My model number is 41-20OE01. Will any wheel horse attachment prior to 1990 work with this tractor? I'm new to this so any help would be much appreciated. Thank you for your time!
  11. Oops, I did it again! We got about 6-8 more inches of snow last night so I felt obliged to play around with the video camera once more. (Hey, we don't get much snow...I can't help myself!) In what has become the norm, I cleared all five driveways in our cul-de-sac and then most of the street as well, since once the snow is out of the driveways, I have to find a place to put it! I admit that finding a good place to put the snow while not blocking someone's car, driveway, mailbox or storm drain was challenging, especially since a significant amount of the piles of snow I pushed a week ago are still there! In today's installment—which is the last one this year...I promise—I have the camera mounted on the B-80's hood and I shot the video in time-lapse mode, 1 frame every 1/2 second which roughly equates to 4 minutes of video for an hour of video. BTW, if you don't like Sinatra, you'll probably hate this!
  12. I had an old 42" snow blade that I got as an add on to a tractor deal and decided to modify it into a snow push blade. I watched a few YouTube vids on snow push equipment and figured I would make a mini version for a Wheel Horse. The side flaps float and worked better than expected. I tried it out on the last snow and it move about 5 times as much as an unaltered blade. Just thought I would share.
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