By Wheel Horse 3D
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By Wheel Horse 3D
Our customized ornaments have a base identical to our version of the original style ornament, but can be topped with 3 different styles of horse head and 3 different styles of wheel! Each is available unfinished, primed, or fully painted.
They also include the pictured mounting hardware and the base spacer for a clean finished look. Can be ordred here Custom Wheel Horse hood ornaments..9 different styles
By sjoemie himself
This topic will be dedicated to the upgrades and modifications I'm going to do to my 512-D with sweeper attachment.
The plan was to complete my mini IH 1468 before starting to work on the Wheel Horse but since the leaves are coming down quick I developed an 'itch' to get working on the Wheel Horse.
First things first, I had to get it running again. New ignition switch and new inline fuse, aswell as cutting out all unnecessary (for now) stuff solved the non-running issue.
Dashboard wiring seems to be OK
This is a mess. Two unnecessary relais, one unnecessary switch and a bunch of unnecessary wires everywhere.
Next up will be a new battery and probably some modifications to the pto-clutch and new oil all around. Also I'm on the lookout for new filter elements for the oilbath filter for the Robin DY41D engine.
Done for now.
Major upgrades and or restoration will have to wait until after I finish the Murray to IH 1468 project.
Running again. Listen to that THUMP!
Almost forgot to mention.. probably needs some new rubber mounts
Greetings from the Netherlands, Mark
Tiller. Not sure of model. Looks to be in good condition. Comes with what you see in the pics. Cannot ship.
Hi all. I am new to the Wheel Horse world and I have a question about attaching a tiller to my 875 before I start spending money. Based on what I've read so far, it sounds like I can use the RT-366 tiller without having the 8-3311 PTO assembly, is this correct? If so, does the RT-366 belt attach to the hydrostatic motor if there is a double pully (#6887) installed?