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Wheel Horse Ranger?????

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kurt

11-09-1999 17:12:29
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Can someone tell me about a wheel horse ranger age? size? thanks kurt




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William Pearson

11-09-1999 19:16:49
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 Re: Wheel Horse Ranger????? in reply to kurt, 11-09-1999 17:12:29  
Kurt , just incase your are asking about the Ranger series made in the 1970's , Wheel Horse made the Ranger 800 in 1972
Ranger 700 and the 800 in 1973
the A800 Ranger in 1974 the A80 Ranger in 1975
These were 7 and 8 hp tractors and were the mid - sized tractors made by Wheel Horse with a lift lever in the rear to work the attachments .
Bill in Richmond , Va.



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norm steinman

11-25-1999 17:09:36
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 Re: Re: Wheel Horse Ranger????? in reply to William Pearson , 11-09-1999 19:16:49  
lawn ranger info 1962 was the firstyear for the lawn ranger they had 8"WHEELS inplace of 12"for more info call 1 219 342 4668 eve NORM



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norm steinman

11-25-1999 17:08:36
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 Re: Re: Wheel Horse Ranger????? in reply to William Pearson , 11-09-1999 19:16:49  
lawn ranger info 1962 was the firstyear for the lawn ranger they had 8"WHEELS inplace of 12"for more info call 1 219 342 4668 eve NORM



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William Pearson

11-09-1999 19:03:26
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 Re: Wheel Horse Ranger????? in reply to kurt, 11-09-1999 17:12:29  
Kurt , Wheel Horse started the Lawn Ranger seires in 1962 with the 32-R and the 32-E ( R for recoil E for electric start) these had small 4x8 rear tires and hard rubber tires up front , they shared the same hood ,front axle and transmission as the rest of the Wheel Horse tractors that year. In 1964 they made the hood full leanth (no aluminum gas tank or dash). In 1965 the next generation had 18x8.50 rear tires a two spoke steering wheel these remaned the same untill 1968 the 1968's had a three spoke steering wheel and a full leanth hood decal .The early years had a 5 1/2 hp Tecumseh in 1964 till 1968 they used the 6 hp H60 Tecumseh . They only had a few attachments that were worked by the hand lever a 38" snow blade ,32" snow blower , 32"mower deck there was a tow hitch in back to pull a wagon . Even though there was not a lot of attachments and they were small the Lawn Ranger was still built with same heavy duty transmission and used the same cast iron front axle as the bigger tractors made by Wheel Horse . From 1969 to 1971 Wheel Horse made a cheaper Lawn Ranger with fiberglass hoods , sheet metal for the frames and used the Peerless transmission .As for the size chicks at tractor shows think they are cute , they weigh 411 pounds with electric start and 335 without . If you want to know the specific year of a Lawn Ranger or have any other questions just let me know .
Bill in Richmond ,Va.

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Don Gradin

02-18-2000 17:21:25
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 Re: Re: Wheel Horse Ranger????? in reply to William Pearson, 11-09-1999 19:03:26  
Dear Bill: Was just doing a search on Wheel Horse Lawn Ranger attachments and ran across your reply to another gentleman. I've got a '67 that my father gave to me after he shelled the engine out. I repowered it with a Tecumseh HH-60 tiller engine after contacing Toro/Wheelhorse for a reprint of some of their original literature. Mine was originally Elec. start, but the new engine has a different ring gear and I'm unable to use the original. I've often thought of restoring it as it reminds me a lot of a mini Farmall M (I'm from the area where they were built). Actually I was cruising the net in hopes of finding a snowblower for it. We have just rec'd 7-1/2" to 8" of snow and my Toro took a dump. I told the wife that next year I'd have a GOOD unit to move snow with. Thanks for puttin' up with my rambling. Don

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Mike

11-09-1999 19:00:52
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 Re: Wheel Horse Ranger????? in reply to kurt, 11-09-1999 17:12:29  
I think that this style that you are asking about is anywheres from a 4-6 horse. I think they were built between 1956, 1958-1960



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