Reluctantly, I am selling my Wheel Horse D200 (serial number 76040) imported to the UK by GD Mountfield in 1976. Bought as working machine in 2018, I refurbished it in 2019, since when, it has had limited working use.
It has been dry stored and the reason for sale is because I need to reclaim some garage space for another project.
Engine: 2 cylinder, 20HP, petrol
3 point linkage (Cat 0) with original half of PTO shaft that attaches to rear PTO, plus 2 x original top links (see pictures).
Original Wheel Horse seat with armrests
I have also added a tool box; front weight bar; and 6x 9Kg weights
The following were replaced as part of the refurb:
new cylinder head gaskets
replacement valve inlet spring (x1)
coil & HT leads
solid state fuel pump
4 new tyres (chevrons at the rear)
Oil filter and fluids
Please call for further information.
Location, Knaresborough, North Yorkshire.
I could deliver within a 25 mile radius but ideally, buyer to collect. Cash on collection.
By Crazy Old Red Horse
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Grandpa wouldn't line up in right way. Stubborn. Nice day today, got some of my herd out. 315-8 w/42" deck to mow. D200 to disc w/tandem disc. 520H w/36" tiller. And RJ59 with 36" Parker Sweeper. These horses done me well today.
I repowered my D200 last winter. I got the for/rev handle on wrong. It’ll just drift and has no resistance if you’re operating it. I would like to put a fiber washer in the linkage somewhere. Any ideas. These are just some pics of the repower.
We added dye to the oil on a D200 to find an oil leak and discovered the leak seem to be coming from the bottom of the governor. We recently purchased this tractor so I do not know the history of it.
After removing the governor we found what looks like a casting flaw. Not sure what else it could be.
One picture shows the dye and the other the casting flaw?
Any ideas what it is and best way to fix?