Ahoy! captjack. I went to Manhattan, Kansas and purchased three Wheel Horses. Along with the machines were a snow plow and the required items to attach it to a WH. I also have a set of concrete wheel weights. The plow appears to be very slightly used. As I am a John Deere AMT collector, I have no idea what a fair price would be. Could someone let me know and, also, I can deliver them.
Thanks and stay safe.
New to this forum, Let’s see what other wheelhorse’s are in the UK, I’m in South Wales.
Good shape. Electric Start. Kept in a shed. Need the space now. Includes Manual. Pickup only.
I’ve recently gotten into flux core welding and I’ve been making all sorts of attachments for my 310-8. I was wondering what other crazy things people have made for their tractors.
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As I have mentioned before I would be getting snow removal tools for my Mahindra eMax 22, the whole package plow, blower and soft cab, I had purchased a Kubota set-up a couple years back with the intentions of modifying it to fit/work with it but after careful consideration decided just to sell it to help pay for the correct set-up built for Mahindra (by Berco in Canada), I ordered it the end of October and its showed at the dealer in PA right before Christmas and I just picked it up Friday, and today got the sub-frame (which both the plow and blower use so you can switch between with ease) assembled and mounting brackets installed on the tractor frame (the only thing I don't like is you have to switch these brackets back and forth between this and the mower deck mounts "not quite WH easy" but after a few times it may not be so bad ), then installed the sub-frame , snow plow and ran the hydraulic lines and plugged into the loader/sector valve. The cab and blower assembly will follow within the next few days/weeks. Pics and a little video of it in operation.