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  1. 87 416-8 horse

    wheel horse in snow.jpg

    From the album: my horses

  2. 87 416-8 horse

    both wheel horses.jpg

    From the album: my horses

  3. 87 416-8 horse

    road trip

    From the album: my horses

  4. neilevans1971

    42in Snowthrower WH attachment #79362

    42in Snowthrower #79362 for sale You pick up, as I cannot deliver. Lot's of fun to clear a sidewalk in one pass or driveway in just a few. I have the manual, belt and attachment parts that go with it but are not pictured. All are in good working order.
  5. BaySide1

    Snow Cabs

    Hey guys will an original tractor cab made for an Xi Series Tractor fit my 1991 520H ? thanks
  6. Hello How much is a 79361 Ser. 5900 worth? it's in good shape. The only thing wrong is one impeller blade needs to be straightened. I'm just looking for a ball park figure if the blade was straightened or not. Thanks Sean
  7. Bexter207

    Snow Blower

    So I have a 312 Wheel Horse. I have the Snow Blower attached and it was working great. I was using it last night when all of a sudden I heard a bang up near the the blower. I quickly disengaged the PTO lifter the blower and backed up to see if I had hit something. After inspecting i found that i did not hit anything. So I started clearing out any snow I realized nothing was stuck and the shear pins were still good. The augers had the normal amount of play. So I fired it back up and tried to engage the pto again it kind of bogged down and stalled out the engine almost. So I drove it to where i had better light. I could not see anything wrong still so I decided to try to engage it one more time to see if I could see anything. Well it started throwing so I decided to test it out and it worked fine. Then as I was going along it just stopped throwing again. So I don't know what it is. I plan on taking a look at the gearbox when I get home to make sure that's all set. Just thought I would check to see if any of you have suggestions of what I could check.
  8. Shea Worden

    Snow Blade

    What plow would fit on a c81? Short frame or long frame? @Sarge @953 nut you two seem like the best people to ask.
  9. shallowwatersailor

    Finally Some Snow!

    Finally it looked like Winter was going to arrive today! This - after the daffodils and cherry blossoms were already blooming. But, the line moved further North and the sleet and rain took over. We were in the 8-12" forecast range but was actually 4-5" of wet, wet snow and a lot of sleet. I have to admit for this snow storm I wish that I had a steel edge on the plow instead of the UHMW.edge. It had a tendency to "ride over" the ice underneath. I always wait until the county plow comes by before going out to do my neighbors and my driveways. It was nice to have the second cab on the plow tractor considering my other cab never got installed this Winter!. With the 25-30 mph wind blowing I hardly felt the weather while plowing for two hours.
  10. 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!!
  11. 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
  12. DennisThornton

    Best Wheel Horse snow machines?

    As that season with the white fluffy nears my mind drifts back to the years when the kids and I shoveled our long driveway and while it does bring back fond memories of great teamwork it also brings back memories of a great amount work that would REALLY suck today! (No more little helpers!) Fortunately since then the little shovels pushed by myself and my young fellas have evolved up to a 35hp 4wd tractor with a 74" 2 stage blower! And since then the addition of several walk behinds and garden tractor driven snowblowers and blades. I've recently decided that a dozer blade is required no matter how many snowblowers there are! And I hate changing attachments and even though WH has taken a lot of the grief out of it I'm still not going to do it and putting cabs on and off is certainly going to become a thing of my past just like the snow shovels! My goal is to have a tractor for each attachment and at the current rate I'm going to get there before I die and without breaking the bank. So with even more Wheel Horses added to the collection and I'm now thinking that I will dedicate one WH as the master snowblower with cab and another to the master snow pusher with cab. Oh the big 35hp 74" will go through ANYTHING but it is also BIG and awkward to maneuver up close and NOT something you want to bump the house or back into cars with! Out in the open it is awesome but I have lots of building, paths and walkways that it is overkill for. And it constant tempts me to just carefully edge up close to something! You should see the neat decoration it made from a piece 8ft 1/2" rebar! And while I've been fortunate and now I've got the big storms covered, I should also be prepared in case it was to be out of commission and have a backup machine, slower for sure but still quite capable. So from experience, wishes or reading, what tractor and what snowblower would make the ultimate Wheel Horse combo snowblower? And which combo would make the ultimate pusher. If you could have any Wheel Horse combo you desired to tackle snow what would it be? And feel free to elaborate! I'm sure there are many that are quite experienced BUT I'm also sure there are many new members that could benefit from thoughts on not only which tractor, auto or geared, which blower, single or two staged, but also tires, chains, weights, cabs, cab heaters, wipers, lights and... I certainly have my own thoughts but before I combine tractor, attachment and cab and later wish I had done it differently, I would really like to hear what have YOU done or what would YOU do now if you had your wishes? Thanks guys for your thoughts and experiences!
  13. Bob The Wheel Horse Man


    From the album: Bob The Wheel Horse Man

    We finally got some snow here in Ohio! 1960 Wheel Horse Suburban plowing 3 inches of snow. 42 inch dozer blade.
  14. Bob The Wheel Horse Man


    From the album: Bob The Wheel Horse Man

    We finally got some snow here in Ohio! 1960 Wheel Horse Suburban plowing 3 inches of snow. 42 inch dozer blade.
  15. 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
  16. 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!
  17. 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!
  18. chesbaycruiser

    A Little Snow Pushing Footage

    I know you folks up north are sick of the stuff, but here in central Virginia we are always the bridesmaid, never the bride, or put more accurately, we're always cold rain or sleet while people 70 miles north or south of us get the fun. I guess I'm not the only one in these parts doing a victory dance! Anyway, I figure we got somewhere between 8 and 10 inches. I plowed once during the night while it was snowing, and then again this morning when I shot this video. I used a GoPro mounted on the tractor and a Garmin Virb on a tripod. Nothing earth-shattering, just happy to be able to push something!
  19. There's another thread on here talking about tires used in snow removal, Mike (Sparky) mentioned that the turf tires work better. That threw me for a loop but you guys know better than me, I haven't used any of this equipment yet. I have a steep hill that comes up to my place and I have chains but I would rather not use them if possible,(unless there is ice underneath I will have no choice). The drive and lot is all blacktop. I will be puting a snow blower on one tractor and a plow on another. I also have a few sets of 50lb each weights, and some 20lb each front weights. What have you guys found to be the best combination to use?
  20. 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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