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Sandman330

Hi, I am new to the Wheel Horse "family" and in need of parts dealer . I have a leaking fuel tank on my 520-H. I have found a couple on ebay but that makes me nervous. Would like to find a goods parts place I can trust. Also does anyone here know where I can find a manual for a 520-H. I have soooo many Questions lol.

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Achto

:WRS: Take a look in our manuals section, there will be 520 manuals in there. As far as parts, if on line worries you check locally for a Toro dealer. If new parts are still available they should be able to help you. There are also many parts suppliers listed here under "RedSquare Links."

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Sandman330

Thank you.

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Chris G

Scroll down on the home page and go to the vendors section. Look for A-Z tractor and contact him. He might be able to help ya out. But welcome to the Horse Family!

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TDF5G

I compare prices of the two.  One will be a little less on the cost than the other, depending on the item.

 

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N3PUY

I repaired the tank in my 416-8 years ago with Permatex repair for plastic tanks.  

It's listed for windshield washer tanks but will work on fuel tanks too.

 Not listed as such for liability reasons.

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Cee245

I have a parts 95 416h with a good fuel tank.

I think its the same shell. 

You would have to put your fuel level sensor in the 416 tank.

I have a 97 416h with a 520 fuel sensor to my custom gauge set for a 416. 

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953 nut

:WRS:     This manual may be helpful.

 

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jay bee
 
520hC-120

Partstree.com is good as well as jacks small engines .com good luck with your 520H I'm sure you'll love it like I do mine :)

 

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JimmyJam

:text-welcomeconfetti: to :rs:You will find tons of info on this site!!!

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