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cat man

someone said show us pics of my tractor so this is the before pics all have after pics when all my stuff gets here and put on it

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cat man

now this is my blade that came with it im not sure if its all here to be able to put on

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cat man

and i found this in my tool box under the seat what is the cable looking thing running out the bottom to the rear

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roadapples

Really nice  tractor. That seat is in great shape...

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Jeff-C175

image.png.859267337bf4e3a9725975f0a02e4bd0.png Cole, stop teasing me!  You know I can't drink that any more!  :ychain:  But I do love it!

 

It appears you are missing the handle to angle the plow left-straight-center

image.png.25b02ed9667baf1c8f464a9fceb06de8.png  It bolts to this bracket.

 

1 hour ago, cat man said:

what is the cable looking thing running out the bottom to the rear

 

That would be for attachments that require the rear lift, tillers, etc...  

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stevasaurus

A steel cable with a clevis on each end goes through that tube...hooks to your lift mechanism in front and a slot hitch in the rear.  For lifting attachments.  

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cat man
1 hour ago, Jeff-C175 said:

image.png.859267337bf4e3a9725975f0a02e4bd0.png Cole, stop teasing me!  You know I can't drink that any more!  :ychain:  But I do love it!

 

It appears you are missing the handle to angle the plow left-straight-center

image.png.25b02ed9667baf1c8f464a9fceb06de8.png  It bolts to this bracket.

 

 

That would be for attachments that require the rear lift, tillers, etc...  

 

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cat man

do you or anyone have a pic of the missing handle

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Jeff-C175
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1 hour ago, cat man said:

do you or anyone have a pic of the missing handle

 

There is a 'manuals' section here that would have the part list and operator manual for your blade.

 

https://www.wheelhorseforum.com/files/category/19-blades-dozer-grader-snow/

 

What's it say on your model ID tag?  Something about yours looks a bit odd to me.  Almost like it might be a "Frankenstein" of parts.

 

image.png.e64623a4ba338985997289bf0c216624.pngBut yours looks different, like there's a different mechanism or something...

 

 

The yellow circled part connects to the 'trigger' on the angle handle that pulls the pin that locks the blade at one of three angles.

The blue circled part connects to the bottom of the handle and is what actually angles the blade.

 

I don't know what the green circled part is.  

 

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stevasaurus

No idea what is circled green...it looks like that rod on the left may unlock the pin for angling the blade.  Here you can see the handle and where the rod is that angles the blade.  There is a trigger on the top of the handle that releases the locking mechanism so you can change the angle of the blade.  That piece of like #109 wire hooks to one side of that triangle and another piece goes to the front to release the locking pin.

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cat man

the green one is hooked up the i think a lower and raise linkage out on the front part of those rails but i dont se any of that on yours so he may have added it to try and make it work and if anyone can get me a pick of yours hooked up from under your tractor it would help me understand how it mounts up thanks

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Ed Kennell
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2 hours ago, Jeff-C175 said:

 

There is a 'manuals' section here that would have the part list and operator manual for your blade.

 

https://www.wheelhorseforum.com/files/category/19-blades-dozer-grader-snow/

 

 

 

I don't know what the green circled part is.  

 

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That green circled thingy looks like it locks in  to the front attach-a-matic and the long rod attaches to the lift handle.      Quite unique an looks like it would work well.  Puts the lift force closer to the blade than the normal lift point at the center on the tractor.  Great side force stabilizer.   With the leverage designed in this , I have a feeling this blade would be very easy to lift.    One of the many tractors that passed thru my barn had a lug welded to the front of the lift handle about half way up. I often wondered what it attached to...this lift could have been the answer.

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Jeff-C175
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@cat man Something else about yours is the fact that there's no lift attachment at the yellow circled area.

 

It also appears that something is added to the rear of the frame in the green circled area.

 

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This is what I'm used to seeing there.  That chain hooks up to the lift mechanism under the machine almost directly below the dash tower.

 

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Further, your machine doesn't have the rear 'tach-a-matic' bolted to the axle.  You would see that... but it's not there!

 

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Can you read the ID tag on the plow blade?

 

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Go to the manuals section and see if you can find the manual for that part ID on the tag (if it's legible).

It almost seems like that plow doesn't go with your machine!

 

[edit: I just went through and looked at nearly every manual in there and didn't find one like yours!]

 

 

 

 

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cat man

i found out he bought the push blade after he bought the tractor he was wanting a blade also your right this is a toro wheel horse blade ill right the numbers down when i go back out it started with a 79252 on model serial is 5901104 and one of the springs is broke into 

 

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cat man
4 hours ago, Jeff-C175 said:

 

There is a 'manuals' section here that would have the part list and operator manual for your blade.

 

https://www.wheelhorseforum.com/files/category/19-blades-dozer-grader-snow/

 

What's it say on your model ID tag?  Something about yours looks a bit odd to me.  Almost like it might be a "Frankenstein" of parts.

 

image.png.e64623a4ba338985997289bf0c216624.pngBut yours looks different, like there's a different mechanism or something...

 

 

The yellow circled part connects to the 'trigger' on the angle handle that pulls the pin that locks the blade at one of three angles.

The blue circled part connects to the bottom of the handle and is what actually angles the blade.

 

I don't know what the green circled part is.  

 

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the geen rod lower and raises it the blue rod pivots the blade left center and right this one is missing the pivot and pin lever

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cat man

yes he bought the wrong blade so i need a whole blade or try and add to this one and make it work

 

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Jeff-C175
3 hours ago, cat man said:

i found out he bought the push blade after he bought the tractor he was wanting a blade also your right this is a toro wheel horse blade ill right the numbers down when i go back out it started with a 79252 on model serial is 5901104 and one of the springs is broke into 

 

 

This part list is probably here aso but it doesn't show that gadget either

 

https://www.toro.com/en/parts/partdetails?id=5599

 

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cat man

yes it dont go to my model tractor ill have to buy me what i need and find another frame and blade i do have a brand new cub cadet snow blower 2x never has seen snow ywt im trying to sell if i do ill find me the right stuff thanks for your help

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