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Re: Identification of a Wheel Horse Mower for Manuals

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joe csuti

07-09-2013 18:40:55

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What you have is probably a 616-Z(zero turn mower)and probably a rebranded toro proline series,goto link below & click on toro logo,from list of equipment click on mowers zero turn,scroll down list of models to bottom,click on either 92 models listed(Y1-16OEE4,Y1-16OE04)look at decals list #1 & #2 for both,if decals same/similar to decals on your unit,look at several of the assembly drawings/parts list to confirm mower same as your's,if drawings match your mower write down mod# and sn range.

After that goto website below & enter mod#/sn,when entering mod# the letter after 16 is actually an O for onan,not a zero,when entering sn in search start with low end of sn range,check & see what if anything in the way of manuals is avail as a free download,if nothing comes up try going to ebay & typing wheelhorse manual in search & go thru listings to see if any manuals listed.

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Deb in Iowa

07-12-2013 09:43:49

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 Re: Identification of a Wheel Horse Mower for Manuals in reply to joe csuti, 07-09-2013 18:40:55  
Thank you so much Joe. It may be an "89 version due to the serial number beginning with a 1. Haven"t found a manual for it yet, but at least now I know what I"m looking for a little better!

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