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  1. Ronniejr

    Not sure what I got

    Kinda rough. I picked it up over the weekend. Not much online about these. What do i have??
  2. 1967 Wheel Horse 1277 - Kohler K301S, gas engine, belt driven, hydrostatic. I had it running recently but then attempted some electrical work. I also cleaned it up by sanding some rust, dirt and grime off body and engine. Some new parts were added like a new choke cable, ignition switch, head lights, spark plug, battery and battery cables. I have new seat and some other parts that I will never use if sold. The implements include a tiller, snow thrower, mower deck. I've never attached these items. I have some belts and pulleys that came with it when I inherited it. It's easily accessible for removal and showing. IMG_1727.MOV
  3. Just wanted to show a modification I did to my 1990 310-8. I recently picked up a 36” tiller for my horse and I tried it out on my new garden area. After hitting a rock, it knocked one of the axle brackets open dropping the right side of the tiller. On a manual I viewed, it had clevis pins to hold the lever in, but my bracket did not have them. I drilled a 1/4” hole through on each lever and mounted a 1/4” clevis pin and hairpin cotter to reinforce the lever. I read on another post to just tighten the bolts on the levers, but I think this will work a little better. Hope this helps someone!
  4. I bought a Raider 14 a couple weeks ago. This is my first wheel horse and I love it. The guy had a couple implements for it (disc and chisel) that were sleeve type attachments. It only had a slot hitch and regular tongue hitch. Today I picked up a rear tiller and clevis hitch from a guy but I cannot figure out how to mount and hook up the tiller. Can anyone give my some pointers? It had a snow plow on it and I removed it. I am just not making sense of how to get it fitted correctly. The rear part of the plow is wider than what the part of the tiller is. Do I need a different bracket? Thanks in advance!
  5. Jennifer

    WT-30 Tiller

    Needing someone that has one of these WT-30 tillers to please load pictures of the belt tension thingy! We know there has been two at the big show one this past year another the year before! Hopefully they are members here! If so and you would be so kind to help us with this, Thanks in advance! Husband is trying to get ours useable. He got a 32" belt but something isn't going his way! LOL! Every thing we have gotten on this tiller shows a Kohler K91. We have in fact a Clinton 1200 that runs fabulous! The Tiller does not appear to have ever had red paint on it. Engine and tiller paint match. Also we are looking for the speed reduction to slow the tractor, CC-60 conversion assembly! Thanks everyone!
  6. Hi, hoping that someone may be able to tell me what size spring I need for tensioning the drive belt on a tiller (length and diameter). I have recently purchased a tiller on fleabay which appears to have hardly been used as so much paint is still on the tines. The only part missing is the small spring that attaches to the idler pully and tensions the belt. The instructions are dated 1994 and the model is 79370 and I hope it will fit on to my 72 Raider. The other potential problem that I have is I am unable to remove the bar holding the tow hitch on. I have hit it as hard as I dare but don't want to risk cracking the transmission casing, all I can do is spray it with WD40 every so often and hope it eventually releases. Do you think it would seriously weaken the tiller if I cut out the diagonal bracing bar so I could fit it with the tow hitch in position. Any advice would be appreciated. Andrew
  7. Hello - Last year I inherited a 1992 Wheel Horse 520-H Garden Tractor and several accessories. I was able to get it started at the end of last summer and drove it around a bit but I am now looking into get something better suited for my current situation. I have absolutely no idea what the tractor and accessories are worth and would love some ballpark numbers from those in the know. I've attached photos and would love any advice as to what I should try to sell these items for. Thanks so much! The tractor is a 528-H model - 1992 289 hours on the hour meeter The mower is a Side Discharge Mower? 48" Snow Dozer Blade - Part No. 810746R1 36" Tiller
  8. Blackhood Bill

    Correct Tiller

    I have a C-145A that I have inherited from my father after his passing. I'm just know realizing what kind of tractor it is. I looking for a tiller and need help with knowing the correct one for the machine again it is a C-145A. Sorry I don't have any pics of the machine at this time. Any help and guidance would be greatly appreciated.
  9. I have a large dirt leveling & shaping project coming up down the road. Seat time! I need to be able to loosen up high areas to push them around to level and improve drainage of a 100 ft x 150 ft back yard. The soil is sandy/clay granite gravel. It has enough clay in it to be very hard when very dry, but will dig fairly easily when damp. So I'm starting to think about how to install a tiller and dozer blade on my C-160 at the same time. I wish I could even mount the Tiller and a Center Mount Grader Blade at the same time. But I suspect the blade would hit the front wheels when angled since it would be mounted forward of its normal position, or it would hit the front tiller pulley? One idea I'm thinking of essentially making a double rear axle hitch, one in front of the other. The tiller would mount in the rear mount under the axle in the normal positionn so the pulleys would be in the correct location so the belt length would not change. The dozer blade wound mount in the forward mount, and its lift link would have to be a custom length. I'm thinking I need to make some type of support bracket from each side of the front mount that would mount to the frame. The forward mount would also have to be spaced forward enough so the end of the dozer blade arms would not hit the tiller cross bar in the rear hitch mount.The normal hitch locks probable would not work, so I'm thinking a locking bar would be bolted on to lock both implements in place. The other idea would be one hitch directly below the other in the normal axle position. It would also have to have some type of brace to the forward frame so as to not put a twisting force on the axle. I haven't figured out if there's enough ground clearance to do this type of arrangement. The front dozer blade would be lifted by the existing hydraulic lift and the rear tiller would be lifted by a 2nd rear hydraulic cylinder. Only one implement would be in use at one time. I'm thinking I will make a wood mock up of both ideas to work out some basic details before I start cutting & welding. Has anyone tried this? I would like to learn what worked and what didn't from others. if you haven't tried it, I still like to hear your thoughts on what might work, or potential problems that I haven't thought of yet. Thanks So many projects, got to find a way to make them fun!
  10. dstitz

    hooking up

    need some help hooking up a tiller. I just bought a 69' model 1-6241 raider 12 and a tiller separate from another seller. I have the tiller mounted, but have trouble with the belt and Pulleys... or lack there of pulleys. here is where I'm currently stuck
  11. Looking to buy a replacement spring for belt idler on my tiller. Tried using one from a mower deck, but it was too strong and bends the idler out just enough that the belt walks off the flat idler. I've done an internet search for the original part number (6135) and came up blank. Any suggestions? Is there a Napa or Stens equivalent? Thanks!
  12. Ambassador

    Tiller for 312- 8

    Hi, im new here so bear with me as I find my way around. I recently bought my first wheelhorse. It's a 312- 8. I'd really like to get a tiller attachment for it. I only found one on local Craigslist and the guy wanted $650 for it. Am i gonna have to pay that much for one? What is a reasonable price and are there other places i should be looking for one? Thanks so much?
  13. Hello Everyone I have a 67 wheel horse 657 and would like to get a tiller for it. Anyone have any idea if this is possible and what part numbers or parts I would need to gather? thanks
  14. Horse Newbie

    Hooking up a tiller

    Does anybody know what belt size I will need to use on rear tiller, 520 h?
  15. edwroy

    36" Tiller belt

    Purchased a nice Wheel Horse tiller from wh500special. IT appears to be early 80's. Steve had it on a C160. I want to put this on a 520H (belt to short). Does anyone know what size of belt I need to purchase? Thank you, Edwroy
  16. Hi All, (what's the proper term for Wheel Horse aficionados? Wheelies? Horsers? Whiskey Hotels?), Just became proud owner of a 1970 Charger 12 Auto with tiller and hydraulic loader. We've decided to call it Samwise because it's small but mighty and (we hope) dependable. I'm still figuring things out and have one issue: the parking brake lever keeps popping up on its own. That doesn't stop the tractor, so I assume the pawl has been ground down / busted. And, the transmission continues to get power with the lever up, which makes me think someone has installed a drive belt that is too short. Does that seem likely? What is the proper size belt? Thanks! I'm sure I'll have many more questions. I've already learned a ton perusing the archives.
  17. I was thinking of getting a tiller for one of my horses. I have an 876 8 horse Kohler, C-120 12 horse Kohler, and a 520HC Onan. Which tractor should I use the tiller on and if I get one can I switch it between all my tractors? If anyone near York, PA has one for sale let me know, thanks.
  18. Furious

    Tiller

    Just picked this tiller up for $100. I have a 1277 and might be picking up a '68 Electro 12 as well and would like to hook the tiller up. Unfortunately all I have is the tiller. Anyone know what other parts I'll need and where to get them (or how build them)? Thanks.
  19. IH8RDS

    New Guy B-80

    Hi! New member here. My Name is Scott and I live in Sweetwater Tennessee. Retired Air Force and now enjoying the retired life. Im the owner of a 1976 B-80 for about 4 years and I have the 36" tiller and yesterday purchased the push blade anticipating some snow this year. I use the 36" rear discharge deck regularly to cut about 3 of my 7 acres with the Wheel Horse. I think I need a bigger deck! The tiller gets plenty of use as I do gardening and can all of my vegetables in the summer. Looking forward to gathering and sharing info on here. Thanks for having me. Scott
  20. Hi Fellas! I first wanted to say thanks for all your help on this site you all are great and knowledgeable guys! Your help to myself and many others is greatly appreciated! Thank you! Ok im going to try to make this as short and sweet as I can, Ok first off im a machinist by trade and custom make lots of things for my tractor but just need some things cleared up I have concerns about. Now I'm not a rookie at this wheel horse stuff but not a pro either. I know enough to get by. But do need some opinions and help every so often. Anyways the first pic is my tractor a 1996 314H. Now after some research I bought a model 79375 Xi tiller for my tractor. Now... obviously there is a little difference. I cut the welded flag off that sticks up on them cuz they are for the Xi tractors. Now I made a plate that bolts to the 4 mount holes on top to lift the tiller. Now this tiller its exactly the same as the one Im suppose to have for my tractor except one thing..... the brace arm in the middle. (as circled in the 2nd pic) the Xi tiller has a thicker wider plate welded between the arms and the one I should have has a thiner one welded diagonally . Now for the Big question... So pay attention hahha does that diagonal welded strength bar in the middle (as circled) hit the Hitch hub that sticks out when you lift the tiller all the way up???? It appears as if it does on all the tiller pics on the 300 400 and 500 classics that I found on line just like in the last pic on another guys tractor pic I found online. Now you can see in my first picture I took a black magic marker and marked where it needs notched out for clearance for the brace. Im perfectly certain this move would be just fine as it would still have tons more bracing then the tiller I should have anyways. Now if I DONT notch this spot the tiller still will lift about an 1 1/2 off the ground before that center plate hits the hitch. I don't want it to bottom out on it and break my lift cable and what not. Ok for you fellas that have the correct tiller for the 314's and 520's and what not with the diagional welded bar style (pic 2) DOES it bottom out on the diagonal bar when lifted all the way up??? or does it clear it?? Thanks so much for your help guys! -Russ
  21. DennisThornton

    Tiller mule drive? Or what?

    I bought this for the snow plow welded to it. PO said the snow blade was attached and used as is but it's still a mystery to me... Hoping someone could explain it to me! Thanks Dennis Thornton
  22. I need a lift lever for my 400 series W.H. I beleive the part # is 110044. Also needed are the shims and bushings Thanks Dave
  23. About a year ago scanning my local craigslist, I found a newer Toro / Wheel horse 36" roto tiller for $50. Mounted up to my 74, C-160 after I had to trim off a bit of the rear axle mount locking bracket (it's length was bumping into idler pulley). Now I needed the mid mount belt setup, I have a well equipped shop at home so all I needed was some measurements. Built my drive setup close to member "Lost Pup" and his post here The mostly finished bracket, waiting for 141 x 1/2" belt to arrive, bought off greed-bay. Will tack the set-screw shaft locks in place after belt fitted. Pic from underside, spring is probably from an old bed mattress. It was just in my junk pile and looks close to being correct size. Side pic of my over powered C-160 Tiller mounting shot, the electric lift is getting weak, has to work pretty hard to lift roto tiller. Plans are to remove and sell it off then replace with my own linear actuator setup. Dan
  24. turtleman

    Tiller for a 312-8

    I have a 312-8 Wheel Horse. I found a tiller for sale, unsure of the model of the tiller yet. But am wondering if anyone knows which model or models would fit a 312-8 tractor? Thank you
  25. Jason75

    Tiller 71251

    Hello all. Can anyone tell me if a tiller model 71251 can be modified to work on a 520H? Thanks for the help!
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