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Kresten Andreasen

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Kresten Andreasen

Hi everybody 

I have just bought a Wheel Horse tractor, rebuild for tractor pulling and with a Kohler Comander CH25S  engine. I need it for towing my boat trailer from the beach to our summer house, a distance of approx. 200 m. I have already tested the tractor with trailer on the beach - it works very well😄

 

What have I bought? I think a C model, but which number? I can’t find any sticker with details or number on the frame, I want to bee more exact about the model, because I need some spare parts. 

I attach some images - hopefully somebody can help me.

 

Thank you in advance👍

Kresten from Denmark 

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peter lena

KRESTEN, welcome aboard ! you have combination of a number of tractors, typically your build tag would be under the dash board area, or under the seat  on the top of the fender. another thing , that front axel is home made , and your  beach excursions should be limited , as the effect of salt water in any form will only help to totally corrode your horse. let us know what you find , good luck ,pete  

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Handy Don

Welcome to the forum. Yes, you clearly have a hybrid of several different years and species!

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SylvanLakeWH

:text-welcomeconfetti:

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JoeM

welcome to Red Square!

Nice looking rig, engine could pull a mountain!

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AMC RULES

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Daddy Don

:text-welcomeconfetti:to :wh: red square

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Ed Kennell

:text-welcomeconfetti: to the :rs:  Kresten.      That's a strong looking hybrid tractor.  The hood looks like a '70s ...maybe a C series.

What is the small silver colored pedal on the middle of the right floorboard?

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oliver2-44

:text-welcomeconfetti:

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953 nut

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Difficult to say what year and model your tractor began life as but parts for :wh: are easy to interchange if they are needed. Looks like your tractor has been fitted with a foot operated throttle, could be hard to control on bumpy ground but I like it. 

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gwest_ca

The 5-slot hoods were used 1970-1981 but only 1970-1975 had the hood ornament.

 

Garry

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Kresten Andreasen
8 hours ago, Ed Kennell said:

:text-welcomeconfetti: to the :rs:  Kresten.      That's a strong looking hybrid tractor.  The hood looks like a '70s ...maybe a C series.

What is the small silver colored pedal on the middle of the right floorboard?

Thank you for your reply - the pedal is for foot operated throttle. I have bee told, it should be an advantage when the tractor is used for tractor pulling. I will fit a hand operated throttle. 

Best regards and have a nice day. 

Kresten 

 

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Achto

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The separate clutch and brake peddle, and 8 speed transmission makes me lean toward you tractor being a "C" series. My C-141 has the same separate clutch and brake setup. Only tractor in my herd with this configuration.

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gwest_ca
11 hours ago, gwest_ca said:

The 5-slot hoods were used 1970-1981 but only 1970-1975 had the hood ornament.

 

Garry

Separate clutch and brake pedals started on 1974 models.

 

Now we are down to a 1974 or 1975 model.

 

Garry

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Stormin

 :WRS: from :UK:.

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The Tuul Crib

:text-welcomeconfetti:T😎:rs:

Kresten! We are so glad you found us!

Feel free to ask questions and you wont 

find a better forum on the planet!!

 

:happy-jumpeveryone::happy-jumpeveryone:

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WHX24

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