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Has anyone tried adding/installing deck wheels to a WH 211-5SB? If so, is there a specific make/model that would work best on this tractor? My lawn doesn't have the most level of surfaces, so adding wheels will save me from multiple scalpings (I think).
This custom roller was my 2nd project. Unfortunately, my back won't allow me to complete it. The build is documented in the Restoration, modifications, and Customs and is titled Wheelie Horse. The tread shows the project in different configurations and this ad has it in a different and basic configuration. This configuration includes 2 and a half WH frames, trans, quick release steering wheel, Commando hood, rear engine mounting plates, seat, and pan. It has JUNK tires. FYI The trans is bolted to a sub frame. The buyer will have first choice on WH parts I am clearing out. I reserve the right to cancel this sale without notice.Cash and carry Solon Ohio
So I have been working on a 656 I picked up at the end of last year and I did my first ever motor rebuild by my self on it. However it seems that I have lots of play in the piston and some slop at TDC more then I should have. So to finish the year mowing I am thinking of doing a predator swap while I go over the engine again. I am sure several people have done this before and I have a spare mounting plat to make it work. I am wondering if anyone has any pictures of ones they have done for help along the way. I know I will need a adapter to use the factory pulley and I don't want to destroy any of the sheetmetal since it is in good shape. I will keep you posted as I go along and eventually when I get the hh60 back together correctly to re install.
I have printed off these hood ornaments and painted a few. Looked into chrome plating, however, everyone seems to want a fair amount of money to make it happen. So I have decided to just sell them fresh off the press and let the buyer determine how they want to finish them.
Plain white or "copper" color $12 plus shipping.
Painted chrome $14 plus shipping.
Painted in color $20 plus shipping.
These are about 5" long, 2" high, and 3/4" wide.
My MF 14 project. My friends uncle bought this new and did several modifications to the hydraulics and added front and rear lifts. Sadly the thing was beaten badly and left outside 20 years. I finally got him to sell it to me after 6 years of pleading. It’s total frame up with a 25hp Kawasaki transplant ready to go in it. I want something a little smaller than my 9020 Powermax that has great PTO power.