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    Service manual #810242R3 12 pages 1.52MB Dated 09/84 Also listed as manual 492-4208 Replaces manual #810242R1 whlifhyd.pdf @ Toro A service manual for the hydraulic lift valves and cylinders. Included is a description of the adapters needed to make hoses and where to get them. 1983 C-145 Automatic model 01-14KE04 1994 416-H model 73421 Serial 4900001-4999999 1997 416-H model 73423 Serial 7900001-7999999


  2. Hi guys, I purchased my firs WH - a 1976 C-120 Automatic. I have a steep hill on my property and before I go down the hill, I want to understand how my braking system works. I’m aware that this year/model didn’t include disc brakes, so is the breaking purely hydraulic Via transmission and controlled by the speed lever? Has anyone encountered issues with this? Is it safe to use on a steep hill? Any input is greatly appreciated. Thanks! Jason
  3. I'm needing the o-ring sizes for my control valve assembly to my D-180. Does anyone have a list of these or the McMaster Carr part numbers? Thanks, Jonathan


    Good Morning Ladies & Gents; I operate a Small Engine & Power Equipment Repair Shop From my home in Bridgeport, Ct. Yesterday I started repairs on a 1984 +- Wheel Horse C-145 Automatic Lawn & Garden Tractor. I decided this would be a good candidate for a repair video series on my new Youtube channel. Since the repairs on this tractor are not the usual carb cleaning & belt replacements. Someone suggested that the Wheel Horse enthusiasts on this site might find this information useful and I hope that's the case. Problems I'm aware of and being addressed include........... Motion Works Linkages, Hydraulic Implement Controls, Brakes & Parking Brake, Mower Blade Mounting, and whatever else I find as repairs progress. Repair Video's have been a tremendous help to me on all types of things that I don't have a service manual for, and if this helps someone then the effort will be well worth it. As I post this there are 4 video's in the series. More will be added in the coming days. If you find the video's helpful please like, comment & subscribe, so I can mold the channel into a useful resource. It takes a lot of extra time to video document repairs, so it's good to know if it's worth it. This Tractor belongs to a repair client and is Not For Sale Good Luck With Your Repair Projects..........................Mike
  5. Hacksawhero123

    Hydraulic control valve question

    I need the wisdom from the hydraulic wizards. In my collecting of parts, I have two different styles of "inlet" blocks. This is the block that is marked "in" and gets pressure from the charge pump. The red block in the photo is the one that is different from the factory block on my 1975 c160. Am I correct in assuming that the bolt/spring assembly is a pressure relief valve? Could this be a power beyond port? Thanks Fellas. Mark.
  6. Picked up a hy-2 hydraulic unit came complete except the belt guard does somebody have a extra or drawings with measurements so I can make one
  7. Hey everybody. Just wanted to show what I have done the old 518 h. I took the existing hydraulic lines going to the original hydraulic lift valve og put in a second valve. Made quick couplings and added a hydraulic cylinder to the dump cart I made a few years back when I bought the tractor. And now I have hydraulic dump cart, which is a very nice tool with the tractor! Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIO98S_tvdM&feature=youtu.b
  8. OK......I'm aware of the few front end loader threads recently and through searches here and through Google i just thought id make a place here for my own hopeful plethora of info. Well through my friends father i will be acquiring a 603 or 633 some such series round hood for Free.99!! Anyways my parents LOVE to mulch the flower beds and i happen to hate it unless i can play with my tractors. I guess you can see where this is going. I have searched far and wide on hydraulics vs electric actuators, and have noticed for such porpoises of moving mulch, and maintenance each seem to be good candidates. as far as a front end loader i have found a REAR end loader. Now will this benefit over a FEL by reasoning of less wear of front components since its a smaller tractor, and i thinks from the way it looks could be smaller/easier to move off and on. As far as getting it into the trailer, i could see the FEL prevailing in this category. ow would a rear end loader be able to ascend to a height? it doesn't look good from these pictures but there are ramps i could just back it up onto the trailer. and dont worry about it tipping as we have a silverado or '48 Farmall Super A to keep it held down. I have these pictures to get the conversation started. (yes I know ones a Sears and ones a Cubby)
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