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Re: Wheel Horse

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Old Roy

01-14-2013 14:36:25

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Thank's Joe ! This one I believe looks like the one behind the PTO clutch on one I did see tore apart. It was also missing this drive pulley this one without measuring it is I'm Betting 4" so this must be the answer. I need the 6.5" OK now I can go shopping .

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joe csuti

01-14-2013 17:13:30

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 Re: Wheel Horse in reply to Old Roy, 01-14-2013 14:36:25  
If the eng drive pulley is 4" diam,then pulley is correct size.If trans pulley correct size(6.50")and idler pulley orig/hasn't be changed then drive belt pn 7473 or generic 82"x5/8"(5L)belt.

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01-17-2013 12:58:36

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 Re: Wheel Horse in reply to joe csuti, 01-14-2013 17:13:30  
I'm with old tanker on that WH belt. I tried that generic one one time with poor results. It cost 21.00 at a parts house. Went and got the right Wheel Horse belt at the dealer for 15.00 bucks and it worked perfect. The generic one wouldn't stop with the clutch pedal down.

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Old Roy

01-15-2013 18:42:40

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 Re: Wheel Horse in reply to joe csuti, 01-14-2013 17:13:30  
Yes what I am saying is I believe this pulley shown in pic may have been taken from behind PTO clutch on engine , and put on the drive shaft on rear end.. It is 4" now

Remember this was a Hydro until the gear drive was swapped and the idler pulley is now the clutching pulley. it is operated by the original Brake peddle that is on the left side of the tractor ..unlike the regular Gear drives that have two separate peddles. In this case one peddle is doing both.( Not unusual for other brands of the garden style tractors)

It is useable , but a pain when all you can easily use is lo range in second and reverse. Hi range in reverse is like a road gear in smaller areas . way too fast!

the old 110 series I got with it does have the other peddle,If I need, or should change it over.

The parking brake locking system is gone off both tractors. ( Not really that important for me though.)

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