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AGRICULTURAL ATTACHMENTS
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TILLER WT·244
• TILLER WT·242

TILLER WT·241

TILLER WT·30

CULTIVATOR 7·1721

CULTIVATOR AC-675
• CULTIVATOR AC·673

CULTIVATOR AC·67
• CULTIVATOR 7·1711

CULTIVATOR AC·6

PLOW PP·87 & COULTER RC·l0

PLOW & COULTER PP·l07
• PLOW & COULTER PP·l064

PLOW PP-85 & COULTER RC·l0

PLOW PP·8·A & COULTER RC·l0

PLOW & COULTER PP·l0HD

PLOW & COULTER PP·l0l

HARROW PH·18

DUMP TRAILER L TD·243
• DUMP TRAILER LTD·242

DUMP TRAILER LTD·24

UTILITY WAGON UW·643

UTILITY WAGON UW·641

UTILITY WAGCN UW·64

LAWN ROLLER LR·24

AERATOR SC·15

SPREADER FS·365

SPREADER FS·363

SPREADER FS·36

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WHEELHORSE PRODUCTS, INC. • SOUTH BEND, IND.
AS SEMBLY
Your ti l ler has been factory assembl ed wi th the ex­
ception of the hi tch. To attach the hitch, remove the
cotter key and washer from the pul l pi n on the front
of mounti ng bar Part No. 4313, i nstal l swivel bl ock
Part No. 5394, repl ace washer and cotter key ..
To fasten to the tractor remove tractor hi tch pi n, i n­
sert ti l l er tongue Part No. 5398, then repl ace hi tch
pi n.
LUBRICATION
There is NO OIL i n the crankcase of the engi ne
when sh ipped from the factory. Read engi ne manual
and fol l ow al l i nstructions pertai ni ng t o t he type of
fuel and l ubri cati on specified. (NOTE: The engi ne car­
ries a separate warranty by the engi ne manufacturer.
For engi ne service, contact your local authorized en­
gi ne service headquarters .. )
The ti l l er gear box has been fi l l ed with one pi nt of
No. 90 gear l ube at the factory. Check oi l level be­
fore operati on and every 25 hours of operation, add
oi l i f necessary.
To check oil l evel , raise ti l l er to the up or travel
position, remove pi pe pl ug Part No. 1 0 1 3 on the front
of gear box. Gear box shoul d be fi l l ed to the level of
pl ug with No. 90 gear l ube.
Extensive use of seal ed-for-l ife beari ngs have been
empl oyed to reduce mai ntenance, therefore no other
l ubrication i s requi red.
OPERATION
The ti l l er is raised and lowered by usi ng the tractor
l ift lever or hydraul ic control . Depth i s control l ed by
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TIL LER
WT· 244
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cootto||ed by soeed of ooe·otloo
£NClNL÷ó h o ve·Iico| sbofI vitb recoi| sto·Iing
WM££tS-1vo |J-incb semi-oneomoIlc viIh leve|iog ocIioo
0klV£--Wo·m geo· vltb Iooe·ed ro|le· ond need|e beotlngs ond Neo-
o·ene oi| seo|s
C|U1CM÷Como'ete|y eoc|osed belt vlIh sotlog |ooded id|et
SMlPÞl NC W1 ÷! 75 lbs
the forward speed of the tractor, a sl ow speed results
in deep ti l l i ng and faster speeds resul t in shal l ower
t i l l i ng. (NOTE: To use the ti l l er for cul tivation, the for­
ward speed shoul d be adj usted so that the unit wi l l
not ti l l too deep.) I n sod or heavy soi l i t may be nec­
essary to go over the ground 2 or 3 times before it is
ready to pl ant. In hard, dry or rocky soi ls, the ti l l er
wi l l bounce. Thi s is a desi gn feature of thi s unit and
shoul d cause no al arm. However, under some con­
diti ons, i t may be necessary to add weight to the
ti l l er. There are two brackets avai l abl e for this pur­
pose, bracket Part No. 4321 which attaches the trac­
tor front wei ght Part No. 4065, or bracket Part No.
4309, which wi l l hold a standard concrete bl ock.
Duri ng the first few hours of operation, the ti l l er
gear box may run hot. Thi s i s normal with worm
gear drives and i s not harmful . As the gears wear i n,
the gear box wi l l run cooler.
When not usi ng the ti l l er, it i s advi sabl e to di sen­
gage the cl utch to rel ieve the tensi on on the bel t.
After usi ng ti l l er the first ti me, check al l bolts to
make sure they have not become loose, and retighten
if necessary. To change belt, first remove top pl ate,
Part No +: 4308, to gai n access to drive. Unhook spri ng
from cl utch arm. Unscrew shoul der bol t, Part No.
1 392, and remove cl utch arm wi th i dl er pul l ey and
cl utch rod. The bel t can now be removed. I nstal l the
new bel t by fol l owi ng reverse procedure. Be sure the
pul leys are i n proper al ignment and repl ace top pl ate.
CAUTION ¯ NEVER ADJUST OR REMOVE DEBRIS OR
ROCKS FROM TILLER WITHOUT FIRST
SHUTTI NG OFF THE ENGI NE AND DIS­
ENGAGI NG CLUTCH.

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Ref .. Part No. Ref.
No. No. Description Req'd. No.
I J40ó Ass'y Wo·m & Geo· ßo× I 42
2 4033 Cose I
43
3 J387 5bofI - 1lne ! 44
4 J388 Geo· - Wo·m ! 4 J
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ó I J2ó ßeorlng - Need|e 2
47
7 I 2I 3 5eo| 3
48
8 4038 GoskeI I
49
9 I 397 5blm 2
J0
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JI
I I 908002-4 ßo|I - ¬e× !-20 × Z I 0 J2
I 2 920007 4 |ockwosbe· ! Dlo I 0
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J4
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I J 4080 5hofI - Wo·m !

I ó 40ó4 5oocer - uooe· !
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! 8 4004 Geor - Wo·m !
59
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22 I J00 Cono - ßeorlng I
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2 J I J49 Coo - ßeorlng !
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27 4039 GoskeI 2
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28 400J P|oIe I
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29 J389 5uooo·I !
70
30 I J44 5hlm !
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72
32 909848-ó 5eI 5c·ew ¼-20 × !Ny|ok 2
33 90803 J-4 ßo|I - ¬e× ³- ! ó × I! 3
34 432ó Ass'y PlvoI 1obe I
3 J 4328 A×|e I
3ó J390 Whee| 2
37 9320I 7I CoIIe· |ln ¼ × I ó
38 4300 Ass'y Deck I
39 90803 I-4 ßo|I - ¬e× ³- I ó× ! I ó
73
74
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4! 4308 P|ote - 1oo Cove· ! 8 !
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908040-4
9200! 3-4
932034-4
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Description
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AS SEMBLY
Your ti l l er has been factory assembled with the ex­
cepti on of the hitch. To attach the hitch, remove the
cotter key and washer from the pul l pi n on the front
of mounti ng bar Part No. 4313, i nstal l swivel bl ock
Part No. 4320, repl ace washer and cotter key.
To fasten to the tractor remove tractor hitch pi n, i n­
sert ti l l er tongue wi th hitch spacers Part No. 4343 on
each si de. (NOTE: On some of the earlier model trac­
tors, the hitch spacers wi l l not be requ i red. )
LUBRICATION
There is NO OIL i n the crankcase of the engi ne when
shi pped from the factory. Read engi ne manual and
follow al l i nstructi ons pertai ni ng to the type of fuel
and l ubrication specified. (NOTE: The engi ne carries
a separate warranty by the engi ne manufact urer.
For engi ne service, contact your local authorized
engi ne service headquarters.)
The ti l l er gear box has been fi l l ed wi th one pi nt of
No. 90 gear l ube at the factory. Check oi l level be­
fore operati on and every 25 hours of operation, add
oi l i f necessary.
To check oil level , raise ti l l er to the up or travel
position, remove pipe pl ug Part No. 101 3 on the front
of gear box. Gear box shoul d be filled to the level of
plug wi th No. 90 gear l ube.
Extensive use of sealed-for- l ife beari ngs have been
employed to reduce mai ntenance therefore no other
lubricati on i s requi red.
OPERATION
The ti l l er is raised and l owered by usi ng the tractor
lift l ever or hydraul ic control. Depth i s controlled by
TILLER
WT·242
1ll|lNC Wl01M-24¨
1lN£S-1ó Whee|-¬orse e×c|os|ve des|go (pot peod|og).
1lLLlNC 0£01M-Up to 7¨; (depeod|og oo so|| cood|t|oo) 0epth |s
cootro||ed by speed of operot|oo
£NClN£-5 � hp. vert|co| shoft v|th reco|| stort|og.
WM££lS-1vo I0-|ocb sem|-poeomot|c v|th |eve||og oc:|oo
0klV£-Worm geor v|:h topered ro||er ood oeed|e beor|ogs ood Neo-
pteoe o|| seo|s .
C|u1CM-Comp|ete|y eoc|osed be|t v|th spr|og |ooded |d|er
SMl00lNC W1.-I 75 |bs .
the forward speed of the tractor, a sl ow speed resul ts
in deep tilli ng and faster speeds resu lt i n shallower
ti l li ng. (NOTE: To use the tiller for cul tivati ng, the for­
ward speed should be adjusted so that the unit wi ll
not till too deep.) I n sod or heavy soi l it may be nec­
ssary to go over the ground 2 or 3 ti mes before it i s
ready to pl ant. I n hard, dry or rocky soi l s, the ti ller
will bounce. This i s a desi gn feature of thi s unit and
shoul d cause no alarm. However, under some con­
diti ons, it may be necessary to add weight to the
tiller. There are two brackets avai lable for this pur­
pose, bracket Part No. 4321 which attaches the trac­
tor front wei ght Part No. 4065, or bracket Part No.
4309, which wi l l hold a standard concrete block.
Duri ng the first few hours of operation, the ti l l er
gear box may run hot. This i s normal wi th worm
gear drives and i s not harmful . As the gears wear i n,
the gear box wi l l run cooler.
When not usi ng the t i l l er, it i s advi sable to disen­
gage the cl utch to relieve the tensi on on the bel t.
After usi ng ti ll er the first ti me, check al l bolts to
make sure they have not become l oose, and retighten
i f necessary. To change belt, first remove top plate,
Part No. 4308, to gai n access to drive. Unhook spri ng
from clutch arm. Unscrew shoulder bolt, Part No.
1 392, and remove clutch arm wi th i dl er pulley and
clutch rod. The bel t can now be removed. I nstall the
new belt by followi ng reverse procedure. Be sure the
pull eys are in proper al i gnment and replace top plate.
CAUTION - NEVER ADJUST OR REMOVE DEBRIS OR
ROCKS FROM TI LLER WITHOUT FIRST
SHUTTI NG OFF THE ENGI NE AND DIS­
ENGAGI NG CLUTCH.
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No. No.
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2 I 00!
3 ! 002
4 ! 007
J I 0! 3
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7 ! 038
8 ! 042
9 ! 093
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I 3 ! ! 49
I 4 I ! 9ó
I J ! 227
! ó ! 237
! 7 ! 244
I 8 ! 2 J8
I 9 ! 299
20 I 302
2 ! I 30J
22 I 3 I 7
23 ! 38J
24 ! 392
2 J ! 393
2ó ! J49
27 ! 397
28 ! 408
29 ! 39J
30 I 4! 8
3 ! I 42 J
32
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33 ! 47ó
34 ! J00
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37 I J2ó
38 I J48
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Knoo
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5oriog
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kol | Pi n ¹, × |
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Quoot|ty No. No. Nome Quoot|ty
! 40 ! óI 8 |d|et Pu|ley I
I 4I ! ó2ó Lngine Pul|ey I
7 42 ! ó27 1il|et Pulley I
I 43 I J79 ëelI !
! 44 ! 797 |ogioe !
! 45 37ó0 ëelI 1btov Out ëroc|eI I
! 4ó 400! Covet PloIe I
2 47 4002 5ooootI I
2 48 4003 Wo·m Geot !
! 0 49 4004 Wotm !
2 50 400J Lod P|oIe I
3 5! 4038 Gos|eI !
32 J2 4039 Gos|eI 2
3 J3 4080 Wotm 5bofI !
!
J4 43 J4
Wosbet
!
! 0 JJ 4032 1ine 5bofI I
!
5ó 4033 1iller Cose I
I 57 40ó3 |ovet 5oocet I
I
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J9 4300 Dec| wi A I
2
ó0 4308 1op |loIe !
32
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8
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A 2
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2
óó 4330 1ioe k ¬ 8
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ó7 433 ! 1ine L ¬ 8
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ó8 4332 C| oIcb kod !
8
ó9 4333 1oo |loIe keot I
8
70 4334 1ine Covet 2
3
7! 432ó |ivoI 1uoe wi A I
2
72 4320 5vivel ë|oc| I
I
73 4337 Wbee| 2
!
74 ! 2 ! 3 5eol 3
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7J 44! I Deco| I
2
7ó 4343 ¬iIcb 5pocet 2
!
77 I 0óó 5oc ¬d 5eI 5crev _-20× _ 2
As keg'd.
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This tiller is the most advanced tractor-attaching tool ever
produced" The tiller method of soil preparation and cul­
tivation has fast become a favorite and a glance at the
Wheel-Horse exclusives will quickly tell you "THIS IS
THE ONE!"
SPECIFICATIONS
TILLING WIDTH-24"
TINES-16 Wheel-Horse exclusive design (pat pending).
TILLING DEPTH-Up to 7 (depending on soil condition) .. Depth is
controlled by speed of operation
ENGINE-51/2 h p .. vertical shaft with recoil starting
WHEELS-Two lO-inch semi-pneumatic with leveling action.
DRIVE-Worm gear with tapered roller and needle bearings and Neo­
prene oil seals ..
CLUTCH-Completely enclosed belt with spring loaded idler.
SHIPPING WT.-175 Ibs ..
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eliminates tractor shock and
protects tiller from damage by raising over
foreign objects and re-adjusting
to proper tilling depth automatically.
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to your tractor.
Simply lift tractor hitch pin, insert tiller
tongue and replace pin"
Perfectly balanced for easy lift to travel position"

Handy clutch lever accessible from driver seat.

Packaged completely assembled, ready to go ..
teî. oort
no oo.
I 4300
2 4322
3 4316
4 4313
5 4310
6 4326
7 13º6
8 13º7
º 1122
10 1244
I I 4038
12 1227
13 101
14 102
15 1007
16 1014
17 1015
18 1310
lº 135º
20 l028
21 1042
22 1038
23 1061
24 1080
25 10º3
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0eckAssembIy
TlteTubeAssembIy
CIutcbArmAssembI,
Mouating 0or Assem |y
¬|tch 0or AssembIy
PivotTubeAstembIy
5bi¬ (wor¬ Ger)
5blm (worm)
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koII Pin 1/8 x I
Gosket
ko|I Pin 3/16 x I 3/4
5bl!t Knoo
Cotter Pin1/8 x I
¬exNut5/16·18
Tenslon 5oring
Hex ¬J. C
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¬ex Nut - 5eI|locki- 3/8·16
¬ex¬J. CooSctew3 8·16 x I 1/4
5oc. HJ. Set SctewCuo Pt. 5/16·
18 x5/16
|Iotwosber wrooght5/8
¬ex ¬J. Coo Screw3/8 - 16 x3/4
¬ex Jom Nut 3/8·16
¬ex ¬J. Coo 5crew3/8 ·16 x 2 1/2
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5teom CyIinJer lubricont orequlvoIeat.
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2 27 1133
1 2 1149
I 29 11º6
1 30 1258
I 31 1302
1
32 1305
I 33 1332
2 34 1385
1
I 35 13º5
I 36 1579
I 37 1618
5 38 1797
I 39 1062
I 40 1039
2 41 432
9 42 4328
1 43 4337
3 44 4330
45 4331
3 4 4332
I 47 4333
4 4 4334
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koIIPin3/16 x1 3 51 1627 PuIIe,3"O. D. iIIer5bo|t) 1
HexHJ. Coo 5crow7/16 ·14 x11/4 32 52 1392 5hou Jer NI t I
5hokeoroo|lmkwoshor5/16 3 53 1393 5tuJ ·ControI ko 1
HexHJ. Coo5crew 5/16 - 18 x3 3/4 I 54 40 Coso ·TIIIet(Cost |r>) I
HexJom Nut1/2 - 2 I 55 401 PIoto - Covor(Costlroa) 1
HexHJ. Coo 5crow 5/16 - 18 x3 2
56 402 5uoo>t(Cost |r>) 1
5bokeoroo|lockwosher3/8 8 57 403 wæm Goor 1
HoxHJ. Coo 5crow w/5hoko. wosh. 5 404 worm !
1/4·2x1/2 8
59 405 PIoto ·EaJ !
wooJro!! Key
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6 I
6 4039 Gosket 2
"V" 0eIt4l 24" (Hootkmist.) 1
61 Æ40 worm5bo|t I
|JIerPuIIey 1
62 Æ41 0itc - 0erino 5ocer 1
Engine (louson5/5H.P. VerticoI5ho|t 1
63 4063 5oo¢ei - |ower 1
¬ex¬J. Coo5crow 3/8 - 16 x ! 6
64 4032 5ho|t - Tine 1
|ookwosher 3/8 9
65 Æ64 5oocor•' uooer 1
5wIveI0Iok 1
6 1515 6II0ooring 1
AxIe I
67 1213 OiI 5eoI 3
WeeIt 2
68 1526 NeeJIe0eoring 2
Tioesk. H. 8
69 1w Co~ ·0eori nu 2
Tinesl. H. 8
70 1525 Cm - 0eoring 2
kod ·C|utch I
71 12W koIIPia5/16x 13/4 1
1oo PIote " keor 1
72 1237 HexHJ. Coo 5orew 1/4·2x 5/8 10
Cover - Tine 2
73 1113 lmkwother1/4 10
1oo PIote - |toat 1
74 lOla Pioe PIuo 5q. ¬J. 1
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PARTS LfST ANÐ
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
(Aì Remove tiller from box . . You will note there are 6 separate
items.
L Main Tiller 3. Speed Reduction 5 .. Speed Reduction
2 .. Hitch Assembly
Unit Belt
4. Side Plate 6. Speed Reduction
Shield
(8) Service engine by using Engine Instruction Book ..
(Cì Mount hitch assembly to bottom of case and top hole in
housing carrier .. Bolts will be in hitch .. (Item # 1 ) ..
ASSEMBLING SPEED REDUCTION
(Aì Mount speed reduction unit to the right hand frame rail
using the two rear holes directly under the engine crankshaft ..
(Item #2) ..
(8) Remove the 29" belt from the tractor and install the 34" belt
TILLER
TILLER
WHEEL·HORSE PRODUCTS
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TILLER
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to the 21/2" pulley on the speed reduction unit and to the 4"
pulley on the tractor.
(Cì Place the 29" belt on the 21/2" pulley on the engine to the 7"
pulley on the speed reduction unit ..
(D) Readjust clutch idler for proper clutching, if necessary, and
mount shield.
(£) On '57 thru '59 tractors, the clutch system will have to be
converted to '60 models to use tiller mount .. Use idler conversion
assembly #CC-60.
(|) Now slide tiller hitch into the hole on speed reduction unit.
(Item #3).
(1) Slide remaining plate over left hand side and bolt in place
as you did right hand unit ..
(k) Top clevis will slide directly into the tractor hitch and you
are now ready for tilling .. (Item #4) (Read operating instructions
first) ..
SPEED REDUCTION UNIT
SOUTH BEND, INDIANA
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
(A) To start Engine, first make sure clutch is disengaged and
push choke to choke position .. (Never over-choke)
(8) Adjust hand throttle to desired running speed and mount
tractor before engaging clutch ..
CAu1|ON: Never have hands or feet close to tines when tiller
is running
(C) You are now ready to till.. Lower tines into ground by using
hand lever .. After tiller is at desired depth, a maximum of 4",
engage tractor clutch and you are on your way
(D) You will find after you have run tiller for several hours that
it will be necessary to readjust the tiller clutch, as a new belt
will stretch at first, and it is very important that the belt is
reasonably tight as slippage will burn the belt and cut into the
pulleys.
(£) In very hard ground, you may find it necessary to go over
ground twice, in order to cut up soil fine ..
(lj Never run over stony soil fast as tiller will withstand more
than the operator .. In normal operation, low gear should be used
Avoid all sharp turns with tiller in ground.
(0) It may be necessary to add extra weights to front of tractor
to counter-balance tiller. See your dealer and order FW-40 front
weight package. This may also be used in conjunction with snow
plow and snow caster ..
(M) When turning at end of field if it is necessary to put tractor
in reverse, make sure tiller clutch is disengaged
(|) Under normal conditions you will find that on going over the
ground the first time you can reach a depth of 5", but by going
over twice it is possible to obtain a depth of 8""
(1¡ Tiller clutch adjustment:
(A) Remove shield.
(8) Remove belt.
(C) Remove cotter key from Idler Link Pin.
(O) Remove Idler Bar by unscrewing bolt from Engine.
(£) Now turn Idler Link Pin out to desired take-up and
reassemble.
(k) If necessary to remove Engine always make sure the pulleys
are in perfect alignment when reassembling.
(lì It is important that the operator does not over load tiller for
first run until worm and gear get run in and tines get polished.
LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS
(A) Crank case of tiller is filled at the factory and should need
no oil unless after continuous operation, the seals get wor and
oil leaks out.. If so, replace worn seals and fill crankcase to
Filler Hole with No .. 90 oil.
(8) For engine, read engine instruction book.
(C) Idler pulley has a sealed bearing and will need no grease ..
(O) You will note one zerk on speed reduction unit, which should
be greased at least once a day ..
TI LLER PARTS L I ST
keI. 0ort No. keI. 0ori No.
No. No. 0escriptioo keq. No. No. 0escripiioo keq.
4000 Ti l l er Case 33 4062 Bel t Guard 1
2 4001 Cover Plate 34 4021 Lift Arm 2
3 4002 Support (outboard) 35 401 8 Lift Bar
4 4003 Worm Gear 36 1 861 Link Pin Swivel
5 4004 Worm 37 1 793 Engine
6 4063 Spacer 38 1 6 1 8 Pul l ey (Idler)
7 4064 Spacer 39 1 526 Needle Bearing 2
8 4005 End Plate 40 1 525 Cup (Bearing) 2
9 4032 Tine Shaft 41 1 500 Cone (Bearing) 2
1 0 4040 Worm Shaft 42 1 21 3 Seal 2
1 1 4041 Disc 43 4042 Tines R. H. 8
1 2 4006 Hitch Bar Assy. 44 4043 Tines L.H 8
1 3 4046 Spacer 45 1 571 Bel t 1
1 4 4028 Engine Mount RH. 46 1 61 1 Pul ley 2
1 5 4029 Engi ne Mount LH. 47 1 523 Needle Bearings 2
1 6 4020 Housing 48 1 600 7 Pul ley
1 7 401 6 Rear Tie Bar 49 1 608 21/2" Pul l ey
1 8 401 9 Drag Support 2 50 1 085 Col lar
1 9 4024 Belt Guard 51 1 303 Seal 2
20 401 0 Ti ne Shaft Tube 2 52 1 572 Belt
21 401 1 Tine Shaft Tube 2 53 1 1 22 Key-#9 4
22 401 4 Drag Plate 54 1 234 Seal
23 4022 Hinge Rod 2 55 1 001 Handl e
24 401 5 Clutch lever 56 1 309 �6 SAE Washer 3
25 4027 Idler Pivot 57 1 308 HHCS �6-24x 1
26 4048 Plate 58 1 502 Bal l Bearing
27 4026 Idler Link Pin 59 1 299 RoI I Pin�6xl %
28 4038 Gasket 60 1 070 %·24 Hex Nut (.Jam)
29 4059 Bar-Idler 61 1 064 HHCS (Y- 1 6xl X) 3
30 4039 Gasket 2 62 1 039 lockwasher % 1 2
31 4023 Shield 63 1 01 6 Hex Nuts %-1 6 22
32 4050 Shaft 64 1 028 HHCS (%- 1 6xl Y)
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65 1 006
66 1 089
67 1 1 96
68 1 007
69 1 237
70 1 067
7 1 1 034
72 1 095
73 1 1 09
74 1 1 1 7
75 1 01 5
76 1 032
77 1 1 67
0escripiioo
HHCS K6- 1 8x l !
HHCS K6- 1 8x%
lockwasher K6
Nut K6- 1 8 Hex
HHCS !-20x B
lockwashers }
Hex Nuts !-20
HHCSJ6- 1 4x l �
Hex Nuts J6- 1 4
v lockwasher
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HHCS Ya- 1 6xl 4
HHCS Ya- 1 6x2
HHCS Ya-1 6x2%
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78 1 002
79 1 301
80 1 1 83
81 1 244
82 1 062
83 1 302
84 1 005
85 1 1 95
86 1 305
87 1 01 8
88 1 1 01
89 4052
90 1 01 3
0escriptioo
:·1 Cotter
HHCS K6-24x2!
Hex Nut K6-24
Roll Pin Yaxl
HHCS Ya- 1 6xl
�-20 Nut
S Key X6xl q.
% HHCS K6-24x B
HHCsK6- 1 8x3
Ya SAE Washer
Ya-24xl %
Plate
Plug ! -N P.
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AS S EMB L Y
The cultivator is shipped complete in one carton.
A. Attach 8- 5211 speed hitch to tractor according to
i nstructions.
B. Sl ide front frame ass/yo Part No. 5579 u nder tractor
with lift bar pivot arm down. Lift the cross shaft into
sl ots in speed hitch and cl ose latch. Secure latch in
cl osed position with hairpi n cotter through hole in
L. H" pl ate.
OPERATI ON
First decide whether or not cultivator is going to be
used between the rows or to straddl e them.
I f i t is t o be used between t he rows, pl ace (4)
shovel s on the front frame equal l y spaced with one
on each end.
Pl ace ( 3) s hovel s on back frame, ( 1) i n center and
one directly behind each wheel .
When straddling rows el iminate the center shovel
on the rear and set the (2) middl e shovels on front
frame beside the row. Be carefuL not to set too cl ose
to avoid cutting roots of of pl ant.
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C. With the l ong section of the lift arm ass/yo Part
No. 5581 pointed forward, pl ace it in the hol e of the
front frame ass'y. and secure with hairpin cotter
Part No" 933 50 5�4. Place the other end into the first
hole of the tractor lift lever and secure with hairpin
cotter.
D. Pl ace rear frame into tractor hitch using tool pin
to secure.
E. I nstal l and adj ust shovel standards and shovel s to
desired cul tivating depth.
The two short standards (Part 76 59) are required
on the front frame, two inside shovels, on the Raider
and Charger model s.
The depth is adj usted by moving the standards up
or down. Make sure screws on the cl amps are tight.
Under normal use cul tivator shoul d be set to
cultivate 2" to 3" deep, so as not to dry soil out, or
onl y deep enough to cut weeds.
Under extreme conditions when soil is hard, pres­
sure may be applied to front bar by resting feet on
frame.
Weights may be added to rear frame as desired.
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PART5 L15T
When order|og parts o|woys | |st 0ort No. ood nome of port.
liem Fori No. Item Fort No.
No. No. 0escripiion keq'd. No. No. 0escripiioo køq'd.
1 5579 Ass'y. |rome ¯ |root 1 8 901636·4 0|ow 8o|t %.16 × 1) 7
2 1939 Ass'y |rome ¯ keor 1 9 915113·6 Not ~ Me× %·16 7
3 1907 C| omp 7 10 7659 5toodord ~ 5hove| (5hort) 2
4 1911 0|ote 7 11 4581 0eco| -

koood Morse Meod 1
5 909555 5et 5crew 5goore ¬eod %.16 × 1%
14 12 5581 Ass'y. ||ft ||ok 1
6 1952 5toodord ~ 5hove| 5 13 933505·4 ¬o|rp|o Coner 2
7 3358 5hove| 7
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AS SEMBLY
The cultivator is shipped complete i n one carton.
A. Attach MA- 1 speed hitch t o tractor accordi ng to
i nstructi ons.
B. Sl i de front frame ass'y. Part No. 5579 under tractor
with lift bar pivot arm down. lift the cross shaft i nto
sl ots in speed hi tch and cl ose latch. Secure l atch i n
closed position with hair pi n cotter through hol e i n
L.H. pl ate.
OPERATION
First decide whether or not cultivator is going to be
used between the rows or to straddle them.
If it i s to be used between the rows, place (4)
shovels on the front frame equally spaced with one
on each end.
Pl ace ( 3) shovels on back frame, |1) i n center and
one di rectly behi nd each wheel .
When straddl i ng rows el i mi nate the center shovel
on the rear and set the (2) middl e shovels on front
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C. With the long secti on of the li ft arm ass'y. Part
No. 558 1 poi nted forward, pl ace it in the hol e of the
front frame ass'y. and secure with hai r pi n cotter
Part No. 933504. Pl ace the other end i nto the fi rst
hol e of the tractor l ift lever and secure with hai r
pi n cotter.
D. Pl ace rear frame i nto tractor hitch usi ng tool pi n
to secure.
E. I nstall and adj ust shovel standards and shovel s to
desi red cultivati ng depth.
frame beside the row. Be careful no to set too cl ose
to avoid cutti ng roots of of pl ants ..
The depth is adj usted by movi ng the standards up
or down. Make sure screws on the cl amps are tight.
Under normal use cultivator shoul d be set to
cul tivate 2" to 3" deep, so as not to dry soil out, or
onl y deep enough to cut weeds.
Under extreme conditi ons when soi l i s hard, pres­
sure may be appl ied to front bar by resting feet on
frame.
Weights may be added to rear frame as desired.
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Wben o·de·ing oo.Is o| woys |isI Po·· No ond nome oI oo·r
keI ParI No kef Port No
No No Descr|pI|oo keg'd No No 0esct|pt|oo keg'd
¹ JJ79 Ass'y |·ome - |·on· ¹ 8 ¹ 9 J2 5Iondo·d 5bove| 7
2 ¹ 9¹ 9 Ass'y |·ome keo· ¹ 9 ¹ 93¹ 5bovel 7
3 ¹ 90ó Ass'y Clomo 7 ¹ 0 90¹ ó¹ ó-4 P|owbo|I ³¹ ó ×¹· 7
4 ¹ 907 CIomo 7 ¹¹ 9¹ J¹¹ 3-ó NoI - ¬e× ³-¹ ó J
J ¹ 9¹¹ |IoIe 7 ¹ 2 JJ8¹ Ass'y |iIt A·m ¹
ó 909JJJ-4 5eI - 5c·ew 5o ¬d ³-¹ ó × ¹· ´ ¹ 4 ¹ 3 9¹¹ J04 ¬o|·o|n 2
7 ¹ 9 J¹ Ass'y 5Iondo·d & 5bovel 7
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ASSEMBLY
The cultivator is shipped complete in one carton.
A. First mount left hand mounting bracket ( 1 950) on
l eft side of tractor using the third and fourth holes in
the left frame rail with angle cut off towards front.
B. I nsert front frame with lift bar pivot turned up and
OPERATION
First decide whether or not culivator is going to be
used between the rows or to straddle them.
I f it is to be used between the rows, place |4)shovels
on the front frame equally spaced with one on each end,
Place ( 3) shovels on back frame, |ì )in center and one
directly behind each wheeL
When straddling rows eliminate the center shovel on
the rear and set the (2) middle shovels on front frame
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install right hand mounting bracket ( 1 950).
C. Mount lift bar to front pivot and to lift lever assem­
bly, using 3rd hole on lift lever.
D. Place rear frame into tractor hitch using clevis pin
to secure.
E. I nstall shovel standards and shovels to suit.
beside the row" Be careful not to set too close to avoid
cutting roots off of plants,
The depth is adjusted by moving the standards up
or down. Make sure set screws on the clamps are tight ..
Under normal use culivator should be set to culivate
2" to 3" deep, so as not to dry soil out, or only deep
enough to cut weeds.
Under extreme conditions when soil is hard, pressure
may be applied to front bar by resting feet on frame.
Weights may be added to rear frame as desired.
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Wbeo ordetlng oo·Is o|voys |lsf |o·I No ond nome of oo·t
kef.

ParI
No.
No No 0escr|ptioo keq'd.
kef 0ort No.
No. No 0escriptioo keq'd.
1 3779 Ass'y |·ome - |tonI 1 9 1 931 5bove| 7
2 1 939 Ass'y |tome - keo· 1 1 0 901 636-4 ||ovbo|I %- 1 6 × 1 )2 7
3 1 906 Ass'y - C|omo 7 1 1 9 1 51 1 3-6 Nuf - ¬e× %- 1 6 9
4 1 907 C| omo 7 1 2 1 950 ||ote - moooflng 2
5 1 9 1 1 ||ote 7 1 3 908034-4 ßo|I - ¬e× %- 1 6 × 1 4
6 909555-4 5et - 5c·ev 5g. ¬d, %-1 6 × 1 % 1 4 1 4 3777 Ass'y |lff Atm 1
7 1 951 Ass'y. 5Iondotd & 5hove| 7 1 5 52-5 ¬olrolo 2
8 1 952 5Iondotd 5hove| 7
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ASSEMBLY
The cultivator is shipped complete in one carton.
A. First mount left hand mounting bracket (1950) on
left side of tractor using the third and fourth holes in
the left frame rail with angle cut off towards front.
B. I nsert front frame with lift bar pivot turned up and
OPERATION
First decide whether or not culivator is going to be
used between the rows or to straddle them.
I f it is to be used between the rows, place |4)shovels
on the front frame equally spaced with one on each end.
Place ( 3) shovels on back frame, (1) in center and one
directly behind each wheel.
When straddling rows eliminate the center shovel on
the rear and set the (2) middle shovels on front frame
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install right hand mounting bracket (1950).
C. Mount lift bar to front pivot and to lift lever assem­
bly, using 3rd hole on lift lever.
D. Place rear frame into tractor hitch using clevis pin
in the lift ca ble.
E. I nstall shovel standards and shovels to suit.
beside the row .. Be careful not to set too close to avoid
cutting roots off of plants.
The depth is adjusted by moving the standards up
or down .. Make sure set screws on the clamps are tight.
Under normal use culivator should be set to culivate
2" to 3" deep, so as not to dry soil out, or only deep
enough to cut weeds.
Under extreme conditions when soil is hard, pressure
may be applied to front bar by resting feet on frame.
Weights may be added to rear frame as desired.
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kef Part
No" No.
1 1016
2 1024
3 1028
4 1034
5 1039
6 1080
7 1206
8 1221
9 1332
10 1907
11 1911
12 1931
13 1939
14 1940
15 1949
16 1950
17 1952
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Description
H x Nut 3/8-16 e
31 16xll1 Bolt & Nut 8-
%-16 x i! Hex Hd, Cap Screw 8
Hex Nut %-20
Lockwasher 3/8
Nut 3/8-16 Hex Jam
31 1 -16 x 1% Sq Hd, Set Screw 8
1 -20 x 1
Hex , Hd Cap Screw /4
Shakeproof Washer 3/8
Clamp
Plate-Clamp
Shovel
Rear Frame W/A
Front Frame W / A
Lift Arm
Mounting Bracket
Standard Shovel
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ASSEMBLY (FRAME)
1. Followi ng I l l ustration, i nsert 2 spacers (Part #3354)
thru hol es in Hitch Assembl y ( Part #3350). lay one
frame channel on each si de of Hitch Assembl y with
spacers i n pl ace, and i nsert 2 carri age bolts thru
channel s and Hitch Assembl y. I nsert 2 more spacers
between channel s at end opposite Hitch and i nsert
carri age bolts thru channel s and spacers. Assembl e
pl ai n washer, l ock washer and nuts to carri age
bol ts and fi nger ti ghten.
2. Assembl e Tie Straps, (Part # 3353) to center chan­
nel s at Hitch end with carri age bolts, lock washers
and nuts.
3. Assembl e outer frame channel s to Ti e Straps ( Part
#3353).
4. Fol low i llustrati on for essembl y of adj usti ng bars,
shovel standards, and gauge wheel s.
5. After assembl i ng frame part; tighten al l bolts.
(WEDGE L OCKS)
1. I nsert shovel standard thru hol e in standard keep­
er. (Fi g. 1).
2. I nsert keeper, wi th standard in pl ace, thru sl ot i n
channel , ( Fi g. 2) . Be sure that shovel or gauge
wheel standards are on the notched si de of chan­
nel . Adj usti ng bars may be assembl ed on either
side of channel .
3. Wi th standard i n desi red position; (Fi g. 3), hammer
wedge downward unti l standard i s secured. Three
or four sharp bl ows on wedge are recommended
to fi rml y seat Wedge, Keeper, and Standard.
4. To remove or re-position Standards, l ightly tap
wedge up-ward unti l loose. NOTE: DO NOT gri nd
of or remove curved end of Wedge si nce i s pre­
vents Wedge from poppi ng out when tapped loose.
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5. Set al l shovel s to run strai ght with the di rection of
travel . Fi nal adj ustments wi l l depend on ground
conditions, r unni ng depth, and operator's desi res.
6. Gauge Wheels, when used, shoul d be set to run
approxi matel y 2" shal l ower than tips of Shovel s.
OP ERATI ON
This versati l e Cultivator can be used to straddl e the
row or work between rows. In most condi ti ons, the
Cul tivator shoul d be set up as shown i n View I . The
wi ng nut and the two wedge locks on adjusti ng bars,
( Part #3355) al l ow qui ck wi deni ng or narrowi ng of
Cul tivator frome for diferent row wi dths or for
changi ng from straddl e row to between row cul ti va­
tion. By sl i di ng wi ng nut bol t forward or backward,
outer frame channel s can be readi l y moved in or out.
Always keep adj usti ng bars i n one of l ast three
notches of outer frame channel for maxi mum frame
regi dity. The extra Standard and Shovel must be
mounted between center frame channel s for between
row work.
For nurseries or gardens where row centers can be
spaced 40 i nches or wi der; and tractor can work easi l y
between rows, the Cul tivator can be reversed as
shown i n Vi ew I I . Agai n, the extra Standard and
Shovel shoul d be used.
Wedge locks allow quick adj usti ng or repositi oni ng
of shovels, gauge wheel s and other asseccories.
Additional weight i s not normal l y needed for cul ­
tivati ng l ight soi l . However, i t i s necessary when soi l

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is heavy, crusted, and/or thickl y weeded. To i mprove
cul tivator penetration and stabi l ity, an 8" x 8" x 1 6"
concrete buildi ng bl ock shoul d be attached to center
frame channel s with furni shed � x xl l � carri age
bolt, strap and wi ng nut.
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Mount One Standard and Shovel in
center when CuI t iva tor is adjusted
for between-row use.
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PARTS LfST ANÐ fNSTRUCTfONS
ASSEMBLI NG
The cultivator is shipped complete in one carton.
Mount the side rails to the center rails, They may be
mounted in either the inside or outside set of holes,
depending on the work to be done. Now mount the
adjusting plates on the center rail. Fasten the ad­
justing arms to the side rail and the adjusting plates
as shown. Now mount the shovel and standard
assemblies and gage wheels.
ADJUSTMENTS AND OPERATION
The width of the cultivator is adjusted by loosen­
ing the center bolt in the adjusting plates and sliding
the plates forward or backward. Additional width
may be obtained by using the outer set of holes.
The depth may be controlled with the gage wheels.
Note: bLLÎ ALL NUTS TIGHT.
There is provIsion for a center shank which may
be used for between row cultivating and furrowing.
Remove one front shank and move the other into
the slot between the center rail.
PARTS LIST
REF" PART
DESCRIPTION
NO.
NO, NO.
REQ,
REF" PART
DESCRIPTION
NO"
NO" NO" REQ.
1 1 924 Cent. Rail Frame Assy. 1 1 0 1 293 U-Bolts 1 0
2 1 925 Side Rails l & R 2 1 1 1 069 Plow Bolt w/nut 6
3 1 926 Adjusting Arm 2 1 2 1 294 Carriage Bolt w/nut 2
4 1 927 Plate Adj. Top 1 1 3 1 295 Carriage Bolt w/nut 5
5 1 928 Plate Adj. Bottom 1
1 4
1 039 lockwasher 33
6 1 929 Standard, Gauge Wheel 2
1 5
1 1 86 Wrought Washer 4
7 1 930 Standard Shovel 6
1 6
1 002 Cotter Pin 2
8 1 93 1 Shovel, Cult.
9 1 702 Wheel, Gauge
Note: All fasteners are cadium plated to help prevent rust.
All nuts are %" so only 1 wrench is required.
WHEEL-HORSE PRODUCTS
• SOUTH BEND, INDIANA
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The pl ow is shi pped in two cartons. One carton has
the pl ow base assembl y and the coulter assembly
with a bag of parts. The other carton contai ns the
beam assembl y.
ASSEMBLING THE PP-87 PLOW
Repl ace the adjusting rod-R. H. , which was re­
moved for shi pment, in the rear vertical member.
Bol t the vertical member to the pl ow base, with the
bolts suppl ied. Adjust the coul ter in accordance with
the depth at which you are goi ng to plow.
ASSEMBLING RC-10 COULTER
The rol l i ng cou l ter is shipped complete i n one
package. I t i s attached to the pl ow with the clamp
provided at the front of the plow beam, directly above
the pl ow poi nt. When correctly set it will cut the sod
and al low the pl ow to turn a clean furrow.
LUBRICA TlON
There is onl y one grease ftti ng, and this is located
on the coul ter hub.
Before starti ng to pl ow, appl y grease to coul ter.
Use machi ne oi l on the threads of adjusting rods.
When putti ng plow away, always wipe polished
surface and coul ter bl ade with grease or oil to pre­
vent rust.
PREPARING THE PLOW FOR USE
The plow bottom must be cleaned so that dirt wi l l
sl ide of the mol d-board without sticki ng. Wi pe the
pol i shed surface with a rag soaked in turpentine,
naptha or gasol i ne. An ol d brick or a pumice stone
can al so be used to remove the protective coati ng, but
usual l y this is not necessary if soi l is not too wet.
TO BEGIN PLOWING
To turn the plow point i nto the ground when open­
ing the furrow, use turnbuckl e. After the dead furrow
has been made, level the pl ow by runni ng the right
tractor wheels i n the previous furrow and adjusting
turbuckle "A." When the right tractor wheels are i n
the furrow, the pl ow is desi gned to run i n the proper
horizontal angl e.
For a 5 to 6 i nch pl owi ng depth, the coul ter should
sl ice from 2 to 3 i nches deep, but not deep enough
to drag the hub.
PP·87 PLOW
& R(·10 COULTER
PLOWING TIPS
Lay out your feld to be plowed, and if possible,
make it rectangul ar i n shape, about 3 times as l ong
as it i s wide. NOTE: it is easier to pl ow a few l ong
furrows than many short ones . . LEAVE SOME ROOM
AT EACH END FOR TURNI NG YOUR TRACTOR. Start
pl owi ng by l ayi ng of a dead furrow as shown i n
the sketch below.
Begin at point PX" and plow a furrow to the end of your plot Fix your
eyes on a tree or some distant object in line with the middle of the plot so
that you con 3uide your tractor and plow a straight frst furrow to point HA".
NOTE: ALWAYS LIFT PLOW BEFORE TURNING, and, at point "B", lower it
again and plow a dead furrow piling the dir on top of dirt from the frst
furrow, When you return to point "X" and star' your real plowing with both
the tracto,'s right wheels in the furrow at point "e", level out the plow
with the turnbuckle" Plow in a clockwise direction, always LIFTING your
plow 01 the end of the furrow before turning
SPEED
Move steadi l y al ong so that the earth will turn over
and not fall back i nto the furrow. In most soils, thi s
is done at full throttle i n second gear.
In light soi l s, pl owing may often be done i n high
gear, but if you go too fast, you will get an uneven
plowi ng job and the di rt i s apt to be thrown i nstead
of rolled over.
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kef 0ort
No No
| 9080ó |- t
2 908059- t
3 920085 t
t 9 |5 ||J-4
5 2025
ó 202ó
7 2027
8 9 J|ó3 t 4
9 9 |J|8 t t
|0 9 |5 |85 t
|| 9 |5 |8ó- t

kef. Fort
No. No.
23 2055
24 2058
2 î 20ó |
2 i 933I 88
27 20 i2
28 20ó3
29 923 J80
PTRT> L1=T
PAR T S LI S T fÐ1 P P- 8 7 P LOW
No kef 0ort
0escr|pt|oo keq'd No No 0escr|pt|oo
ëo| I - ¬e× ¬- |3 x 2 I |2 5353 Sooce+ - 1o·nbock|e
8o| I - ¬e× !- |3 x |¬ 3 |3 9200 |2 t Woshe· �· SAL
|ockwoshe· ¼ D|omeIe· 3 |t 90 |ó55- t 8o| I - ||ow ¹¬- I 3 x I '
NoI - ¬e× !- I 3 3 |5 900 ||t-4 ëo| I - Co·+ |oge ¹¬- |3 ×
kod - Ad[ osI|ng - k. .H 1h·eod 1 |ó 2023 8eo¬ Asse¬b|y
kod - Ad[osI|¬g - l.H .. 1h·eod | |7 ó927 Stondo·d Assemb|y
Cooo||ng Assemb|y - Adjosting | |8 ó928 |+og
ëo| I - ||ow - ³- |ó × | 5 |9 c9 t8 mo| d ëoo·d
Not ~ Sooo·e - ³- |ó 5 20 ó9 tó |onds||de Asse¬b|y
NoI - Sgoo·e - ¹,- |4 2
NoI - Sooore - ¬- |3 3
2 | ó9 t7 |o|nt - 8 '
22 90 |ó43-4 8o|: - ||ow ¹·- |t x I
PARTS LIST fÐ1 RC-l0 COULTER
No. keI. 0ort
Descripiioo keq'd No. No. Description
frome Assemb|y I 30 I 030 Greosø fittiog
Coo|ter, 5tondord Ass'y I 3I 2 J7 î C| omp
Ax|e I 32 I 9 || Nut, 1wo Mo|ø
ko|| P|o, x. x I I
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33 909 î5 î 5et 5crew.
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3 t 9332I 7 ko|| P|o, ¼ x 1 J
ß| ode, Coo|tet 1
k|vet, x. x % 3
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WHEELHORSE PRODUCTS, INC. • SOUTH BEND, IND.
The p l ow i s sh i pped i n two ca rtons. One ca rton has
the p l ow base assem b l y and the cou l te r assem b l y w ith
a bag of pa rts .. The o the r ca rton con ta i ns the beam
assem b l y.
ASSEMBLY
Rep l ace the ad j us ti ng rod -R.H., wh i ch was remo ved
for sh i pmen t, i n the rea r ve rti ca l mem ber .. Bo lt the
ve rti ca l mem be r to the p l ow base , w ith the bo l ts sup ­
p l i ed. Ad j us t the cou lte r in acco rdance w ith the dep th
a t wh i ch you a re go ing to p l ow.
LUBRI CATION
The re i s on l y one grease f i tt i ng , and th i s i s l oca ted
on the cou l ter hu b.
Befo re sta rti ng to p l ow , app l y g rease to cou l te r.
Use mach i ne o i l on the th reads of ad j ust i ng rods.
When putt i ng p l ow away , a l ways w i pe po l i shed su r-
face and cou l te r b l ade w ith g rease o r o i l to pre ven t rus t ..
PREPARING THE PLOW FOR USE
The p l ow bo ttom must be c l eaned so tha t d i rt w i l l
s l i de off the mo l d -boa rd w i thou t s ti ck i ng. Wi pe the
po l i shed su rface w i th a rag soaked i n turpent i ne , nap tha
o r gaso l i ne An o l d b ri ck o r a pum i ce s tone can a l so be
used to remo ve the p rotec tive coa ting , bu t usua l l y th i s
i s not necessa ry i f so i l i s no t too w et.
TO BEGIN PLOWING
Th i s i s a 10" p l ow and wo rks bes t a t a dep th of 5 to
6 i nch es. To turn the p l ow po i n t into the g round when
open i ng the fu rrow , use tu rn buck l e. After the dead fu r­
row has been made , l e vel the p l ow by runn i ng the ri gh t
tra cto r whee l s i n the p re vi ous fu rrow and ad j us ti n g
turn buck l e "A". When the r i gh t trac to r whee l s a re i n
the fu rrow , the p l ow i s des i gned to run i n the p rope r
ho rizonta l ang l e.
Fo r a 5 to 6 i nch p l ow ing depth , the cou lte r shou l d
s l i ce f rom 2 to 3 i n ches deep , bu t no t deep enough to
d rag the hu b.
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P|0N 8 C00|¡ï R
PP·107
Lay out you r f i e l d to be p l owed , and , i f poss i b l e ,
make it rectangu l a r i n shape , a bout 3 t i mes as l ong as
it i s w i de. NOTE: It i s eas i e r to p l ow a few l ong fu rrows
than many sho rt on es. LEAVE SOM E ROOM AT EACH
END FOR TURNI NG YOUR TRACTOR. Sta rt p l ow i ng by
l ay i ng off a d ead fu rrow as shown i n the sketch be l ow ..
«

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'

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¸ . . .=.a
Begin at point "X" and plow a furrow to the end of your plot.. Fix your
eyes on a tree or some distant object in line with the middle of the plot 50
that you can guide your tractor and plow a straight first furrow to point
"A" .. NOTE: ALWAYS LI FT PLOW BEFORE TURNI NG, and, at paint "6",
lower i t again and plow a dead furrow piling the dirt on top of dirt from
the first furrow. When you return to point "X" and start your real plowing
with both the tractor's right wheels i n the furrow at paint 'C', level out the
plow with the turnbuckle .. Plow in a clockwis direction, always L I FTING your
plow at the end of the furrow before furning ..
S PEED
Mo ve s tead i l y a l ong so that the ea rth w i l l tu rn o ve r
and no t fa l l back i n to the fur row. I n mos t so i l s , th i s i s
done a t fu l l th rottl e i n second gea r.
I n l i gh t so i l s , p l ow i ng m ay of ten be done i n h i gh
gear , but i f you go too fas t, you w i l l g et an une ven
p l ow i ng j o b and the d i rt i s ap t to be th rown i ns tead of
ro l l ed o ve r.
P A k T 5 L l 5 T
Ref. Part No. Ref .. Part No.
No .. No Description Req'd. No. No. Description Req'd ..
1 932017 Cotter P|n ! × 1 1 19 6927 5toodord Assemb|y 1
2 Not Used 20 2043 Ad|ost|ng kod ~ k.¬. 1
3 6934 Grease ||tt|ng K6 Drive Type 1 21 2044 Ad|ost|ng kod ~ |.¬. 1
4 901634 P|ow 8o|t %-16 × 1 5 22 6928 |tog 1
5 915184-4 Not ~ 5goore %-16 5 23 6929 mo|d 8oord 1
6 915115-4 Not ~ ¬e× )1-13 3 24 6930 |onds||de Assemb|y 1
7 908060-4 8o|t ~ ¬e× )1-13 × 1% 1 25 6931 5bore J
8 920085 |ockwosher )1 1 26 Not Used
9 901655 P|ow 8o|t )1-13 × 1% 1 27 2065 5tondord Assemb|y 1
10 908059-4 8o|t ~ Me× )1-13 × 1)1 2 28 2066 kod ~ 5v|ve| 1
11 915117-4 Not ~ Me× %-11 2
29 2068 0|n ~ P|vot 1
12 900114-4 8o|t ~ Corr|oge )1-13 × 1)1 1
30 2069 ´U´ 8o|t 1
13 901643 P|ow 8o|t K6-14 × 1 2
31 Not bsed
14 915186 Not ~ 5goore )1-13 2
32 2072 C|omp Coo|ter 1
15 915185 Not ~ 5goore K6-14 2
33 6932 8|ode 1
16 900037-4 8o|t ~ Corr|oge K6-14 × % 3
34 6933 ¬ob ~ 8|ode 1
17 2027 Coop||og ~ Ad|ust|og 1
35 915113-4 Not - ¬ex % (Cou|ter) 3
18 2026 8eom Assemb|y 1


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PkR¡5 || S¡ kN0 | NS¡R0C¡| 0NS
WHEELHORSE PRODUCTS, INC. • SOUTH BEND, IND.
The pl ow is shi pped i n two cartons. One carton has
the pl ow base assembl y and the coul ter assemb l y wi th
a bag of parts .. The other carton contai ns the beam
assembl y
ASSEMBLY
Repl ace the adj usti ng rod-R H , whi ch was removed
for shi pment, in the rear verti cal member . . Bolt the
verti cal member to the plow base, with the bol ts sup­
pl i ed. Adj ust the coul ter in accordance wi th the depth
at whi ch you ar e goi ng to pl ow
LUBRI CATI ON
There is onl y one grease fi tti ng, and thi s is located
on the coul ter hub
Before starti ng t o pl oW, appl y grease t o coul ter
Use mach i ne oi l on the threads of adj usti ng rods
When putti ng pl ow away, al ways wi pe pol i shed sur-
face and cou l ter bl ade wi th grease or oi l to prevent rust.
PREPARI NG THE PLOW FOR U SE
The pl ow bottom must be cl eaned so that di rt wi l l
s l i de off the mol d-board wi thout sti Cki ng . Wi pe the
pol i shed surface wi th a r ag soaked i n turpenti ne, naptha
or gasol i ne .. An ol d br i ck or a pumi ce stone can al so be
used to remove the protecti ve coati ng, but usual l y thi s
i s not necessary i f soi l i s not too wet ..
TO BEGI N PLOWING
Thi s i s a J 0¨ pl ow and works best at a depth of 5 to
6 i nches. To turn the pl ow poi nt i nto the ground when
openi ng the furrow, use turnbuckl e. After the dead fur­
row has been made, l evel the pl ow by r unni ng the ri ght
tractor wheel s i n the previ ous furrow and adj usti ng
turnbuck l e "A" When the ri ght tractor wheel s are i n
the furrow, the pl ow i s desi gned to run i n the proper
horizonta I ang I e.
For a 5 to 6 i nch pl owi ng depth, the coul ter shoul d
sl i ce from 2 to 3 i nches deep, but not deep enough to
drag the hub.
P|0N & C00|I|R
PP·1 064
Lay out your fi el d to be pl owed, and, i f possi bl e,
make i t rectangul ar i n shape, about 3 ti mes as l ong as
i t i s wi de. NOTE: I t i s easi er to pl ow a few l ong furrows
than many short ones. LEAVE SOME ROOM AT EACH
END FOR TURNI NG YOUR TRACTOR. Start pl owi ng by
l ayi ng off a dead furrow as shown i n the sketch bel ow.
Begi n at poi nt "X" and pl ow 0 furrow t o the end of your pl ot Fi x your
eyes on a tree or some distant obiect i n l i ne wi th the mi ddl e of the pl ot so
thot you con guide your tractor and plow 0 strai ght first furrow to poi nt
"A" NOTE: ALWAYS LI FT PLOW BEFORE TURNI NG, and, 01 point "B",
lower it agai n and pl ow a dead furrow pi l i ng the dirt on top of dirt from
the first furrow When you return to poi nt "X" and start your real pl owi ng
wi th both the tractor's ri ght wheels i n the furrow at point "(" , l evel aut the
pl ow wi th the turnbuckl e Pl ow in a cl ockwi se di rection, always LI FTI NG your
pl ow at the end of the furrow before furni ng
SPEE D
Move steadi l y al ong so that the earth wi l l turn over
and not fal l back i nto the furrow. I n most soi l s, thi s i s
done at ful l throttle i n second gear ..
I n l i ght soi l s, pl owi ng may often be done i n hi gh
gear, but i f you go too fast, you wi l l get an uneven
pl owi ng j ob and the di rt i s apt to be thrown i nstead of
rol l ed over.
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P A k T ã L l ã T
Wben o·de+| ngoo·:s o| voys ||sI |o·I No ond nome oIoo·I
Ref. Part No .. Ref. Port No.
No .. No,. Description Req'd. No, No. Description Req'd.
1 2964 Ass'y ëeom 1 1 8 2969 mo|dboo·d 1
2 2965 SIondo+d Ass'y 1 1 9 2970 Ass'y - Londs||de & ¬ee| 1
3 908059·4 ëo|I ¬e× !- 1 3 × 1 ! 1 20 2048 Ass'y |o|nI 1
4 908061 ·4 ëo|I ¬e× !1. 1 3 × 2 2 21 2968 Soocer So reoder 1
5 920085·4 |ockvosher ! med 3 22 2971 ë·oce - mo|dboo·d 1
6 91 51 1 5· 6 NoI ¬e×. !.1 · 1 3 Ny|ock 3 23 901 634-4 8o|I ||ow #3 ¬d %-1 6 × 1 8
7 2043 1o·n - ëock|e |od R, ¬ 1h·d. 1 24 901 636-4 8o|I ||ov #3 ¬d. % - 1 6 x 1 !.1 1
8 2044 1o·o - ëock|e Lnd L¬ 1b·d 1 25 901 644-4 8o|I - ||ow #3 ¬d X· × 14 x 1 % 1
9 2027 Ass'y 1obe & ¬ood|e 1 26 901655-4 ëo|I - P|ov #3 ¬d. !.1- 13 × 1 % 1
1 0 2070 Ass'y ko|||ng Coo|Ie· 1 27 9001 1 5·4 ëo|I Co+ ·|oge !.1 - 1 3 × 1 % 1
1 1 2065 Ass'y - A·m - Coo|Ie· 1 28 91 51 84-4 NoI Sooo·e %- 1 6 9
1 2 2966 Ass'y SIondo·d - Coo|Ie· 1 29 91 51 85-4 NoI - Sooo·e K6- 1 4 1
1 3 2967 Ass'y. "u" ëo|I C|omps & NoIs 1 30 91 51 86·4 NoI Sooo·e !.1- 1 3 3
1 4 2068 A×|e · Coo| Ier 1 31 900878·4 ëo|I Sooo·e ¬d !.1 - 1 3 x 1 1
1 5 932023·4 CoIIe· ||n
³· × 1 1 32 5353 1o·o ëock|e Sooce· 2
1 6 2045 |·og 1 33 920041 -4 Wosbe· !.1 D|o 2
1 7 2049 Sp·eoder 1
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The pl ow is shipped in two cartons. One carton has
the pl ow base assembl y and the coulter assembly
with a bag of parts. The other carton contai ns the
beam assembl y.
AS S EMBLI NG THE PP-85 PLOW
Replace the adjusti ng rod-R. H., which was re­
moved for shipment, in the rear vertical member.
Bol t the vertical member to the pl ow base, with the
bol ts suppl ied. Adj ust the coulter i n accordance wi th
the depth at which you are goi ng to pl ow.
AS S EMBLING RC- l 0 COULTER
The rol l i ng coulter i s shipped complete i n one
package. I t i s attached to the pl ow wi th the clamp
provided at the front of the pl ow beam, di rectly above
the pl ow poi nt. When correctly set it wi l l cut the sod
and al low the pl ow to turn a cl ean furrow.
LU BRI CATION
There i s onl y one grease fitti ng, and thi s i s located
on the coul ter hub . .
Before starti ng to pl ow, apply grease to coulter.
Use machi ne oi l on the threads of adjusti ng rods . .
When putti ng plow away, al ways wipe pol i shed
surface and coulter bl ade wi th grease or oi l to pre­
vent rust.
PREPARI NG THE PLOW FOR U S E
The pl ow bottom must be cl eaned so that di rt wi l l
sl i de of the mol d-board without sticki ng. Wipe the
pol ished surface with a rag soaked i n turpenti ne,
naptha or gasol i ne .. An ol d brick or a pumice stone
can al so be used to remove the protective coating, but
usual l y thi s is not necessary if soi l is not too wet ..
TO BEGI N PLOWING
To tur the pl ow poi nt i nto the ground when open­
i ng the furrow, use turnbuckl e. After the dead furrow
has been made, level the pl ow by runni ng the ri ght
tractor wheel s i n the previ ous furrow and adjusti ng
turnbuckl e "A." When the ri ght tractor wheel s are i n
the furrow, the pl ow i s desi gned to run i n the proper
hori zontal angl e ..
For a 5 to 6 i nch pl owi ng depth, the coulter shoul d
sl i ce from 2 to 3 i nches deep, but not deep enough
to drag the hub.
PP-85 PLOW
& RC-10 COULTER
PLOWING TIPS
Lay out your field t o be pl owed, and i f possi bl e,
make it rectangul ar i n shape, about 3 times as l ong
as it i s wi de. NOTE: it is easi er to pl ow a few l ong
furrows than many short ones . . LEAVE SOME ROOM
AT EACH END FOR TURNI NG YOUR TRACTOR. Start
plowi ng by l ayi ng of a dead furrow as shown in
the sketch below.
Begin at point "X" and pl ow a furrow to the end of your plot, Fix your
eyes on a tree or some distant obiect i n line with the middle of the plot so
that you can guide your tractor and plow a straight frst furrow to point · 'A" .
NOTE: ALWAYS LIFT PLOW BEFORE TURNING, and, at point "B", lower it
again and plow a dead furrow pi l i ng the dirt on top of dirt from the frst
fun-ow When you return to point "X" and start your real plowing with both
the tractor's right wheels i n the furrow at point "e", level out the plow
with the turnbuckle, Plow i n a clockwise direction, always LIFTING your
plow af the end of the furrow befo're tuming.
S PEED
Move steadi l y al ong s o that the earth wi l l turn over
and not fal l back i nto the furrow. I n most soi l s, thi s
i s done at ful l throttle i n second gear.
I n l i ght soi l s, pl owi ng may often be done i n high
gear, but i f you go too fast, you wi l l get an uneven
pl owi ng j ob and the di rt i s apt to be thrown i nstead
of rol l ed over.
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P A k T b L l b T

PARTS LIST fÐr PP-8- A PLOW
Ref" Par No" kef Part No.
No" No". Description Reqd· No" No" Description Req'd.
1 908061·4 ßo|t ¯` ¬ex )1 . 13 x 2 1
2 908059·4 ßo|I Hex )1. 13 x
'
1) 2
12 5353 Soocer 1o·obock|e 2
13 920012·4 Woshe· ×. SAL 2
3 920085·4 |ockvosbe· - ) D|o med 3 14 9016.53·4 ßo|I ~ ||ov )1.13 x 1� 1
4 9151 15·4 Not ~ )1· 13 - ¬ex 3 15 900113·4 ßo|t - Co··|oge )1.13 x 1 � 1
5 2025 kod - Ad[ost k ¬ 1 16 2023 Ass'y. ßeom 1
6 2026 kod ~ Ad[osI | ¬ 1 17 2024 Stondo·d ßose 1
7 2027 Ass'y Adjost|og Cooo||ng 1
8 901634·4 ßo|t ~ ||ov %.16 x 1 4
9 915184·4 NoI - So %·16 4
10 915185·4 Not - So ?6· 14 1
11 915186·4 Nof ~ So )1·13 2
18 2030 |·og ß·. 1

mo|dboo·d 1
20 2031 |onds|ide ßr 1
21 2032 |oint 8" ß· 1
22 901643·4 ßo|f - P|ov ?6·14 x 1 1
PARTS LIST fÐr RC- l 0 COULTER
Ref Part No.
No" No" Description Reqd.
kef. Part No.
No. No" Description Req'd.

23 2055 |rome Assemb|y 1 30 1030 G·eose |itting 1
24 2058 Coo|ter, Sfondord Ass'y. 1 31 2075 C|omp 1
25 2061 Ax|e 1 32 1911 Not, 1vo ¬o|e 1
26 933188 ko|| P|n, ³. x 1 1 33 909555·4 Set Screv, %.16 x 1� 2
27 2062 ¬ob Assemb|y 1 34 933217 ko|| P|n, � x I! 1
28 2063 ß| ode, Coo|ter 1 35 5604 Deco| 1
29 923080 k|vet, X x % I 3
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PkR¡S ||S¡ kN0 | N5¡R0C¡| 0k5
WHEELHORSE PRODUCTS, INC. • SOUTH BEND, IND.
The plow is shipped in two cartons. One carton has
the pl ow base assembl y and the cou lter assembl y
with a bag of parts. The other carton contai ns the
beam assembl y.
AS S EMB LING THE PP- 8-A PLOW
Repl ace the adj usti ng rod-R. H., which was re­
moved for shi pment, i n the rear vertical member.
Bol t the vertical member to the pl ow base, wi th the
bolts suppl i ed. Adj ust the coul ter in accordance with
the depth at which you are goi ng to pl ow.
AS S EMB LI NG RC-10 COU LTER
The rolli ng coul ter i s shipped compl ete i n one
package. I t i s attached to the pl ow with the cl amp
provided at the front of the plow beam, di rectly above
the plow poi nt. When correctly set it wi l l cut the sod
and al low the plow to turn a cl ean furrow.
L U B RICATION
There i s onl y one grease ftti ng, and this i s l ocated
on the coul ter hub.
Before starti ng to pl ow, appl y grease to coulter.
Use machi ne oil on the threads of adj usti ng rods.
When putti ng plow away, al ways wi pe pol i shed
surface and coulter bl ade with grease or oi l to pre­
vent rust.
PREPARING THE PLOW FOR U S E
The pl ow bottom must be cl eaned so that di rt wi l l
sli de of the mol d-board without sticki ng. Wipe the
pol ished surface wi th a rag soaked in turpenti ne,
naptha or gasoli ne. An old brick or a pumice stone
can also be used to remove the protective coati ng, but
usuall y this i s not necessary if soi l i s not too wet.
TO BEGIN PLOWING
To turn the pl ow poi nt i nto the ground when open­
ing the furrow, use turnbuckle. After the dead furrow
has been made, level the plow by runni ng the right
tractor wheels in the previ ous furrow and adj usti ng
turnbuckl e "A." When the ri ght tractor wheels are i n
the furrow, the plow i s designed to run i n the proper
horizontal angle.
For a 5 to 6 i nch pl owi ng depth, the coulter shoul d
sl ice from 2 to 3 i nches deep, but not deep enough
to drag the hub.
PP·8·A PLOW
& RC·10 COULTER
PLOWING TIPS
Lay out your field t o be pl owed, and i f possi ble,
make it rectangul ar in shape, about 3 ti mes as l ong
as it i s wi de. NOTE: it i s easi er to pl ow a few l ong
furrows than many short ones. LEAVE SOME ROOM
AT EACH END FOR TURNI NG YOUR TRACTOR. Start
pl owi ng by l ayi ng of a dead furrow as shown i n
the sketch below.
Begin at point "X" and plow a furrow to the end of your plot Fix your
eyes on a tree or some distant obiect i n line with the middle of the plot so
that you can guide your tractor and plow a straight frst furrow to point "A".
NOTE: ALWAYS LIFT PLOW BEFORE TURNI NG, and, at point "B", lower it
again and plow a dead furrow pi l i ng the di rt on top of dirt from the frst
furrow, When you return to point "X" and start your real plowing with both
the tractor's right wheels i n the furrow at point "C", level out the plow
with the turnbuckle, Plow i n a clockwise di rection, always LI FTI NG your
plow at the end of the furrow befo're turning,
S PEED
Move steadi l y al ong s o that the earth wi l l turn over
and not fal l back i nto the furrow. In most soi l s, this
i s done at ful l throttle i n second gear.
I n l i ght soi l s, plowi ng may often be done i n hi gh
gear, but if you go too fast, you wi l l get an uneven
pl owi ng j ob and the di rt i s apt to be thrown i nstead
of rol l ed over.
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P A k I ã L l b T

PARTS LIST fÐr PP-8-A PLOW
keI. Par No. keI. ParI No ..
No. No. Description keq'd. No .. No. Description keq'd.
1 908061 ·4 ßo|t - Mex }- 1 3 x 2 1 1 2 5353 5oocet 1otnbock|e 2
2 908059-4 ßo|t ÷ Mex }- 1 3 x 1 } 2 1 3 92001 2-4 Woshet - ?6 5AL 2
3 920085-4 |ockvosher ~} D|omed. 3 1 4 901 653-4 ßo|t - P|ov }- 1 3 x 1 � 1
4 91 51 1 5-4 Not }- 1 3 - Mex. 3 1 5 9001 1 3-4 ßo|t - Co·r|oge }- 1 3 x 1 � 1
5 2025 kod - Ad|ost. k.M 1 1 6 2023 Ass´y. ßeom 1
6 2026 kod ~ Ad[ost . |M. 1 1 7 2024 5toodord ßose 1
7 2027 Ass'y. Ad|ostiog Cooo|iog 1 1 8 2030 |rog ßr 1
8 901 634-4 ßo|t - P|ov %- 1 6 x 1 4 1 9 2029 mo|dbootd 1
9 91 51 84-4 Not - 5g. %- 1 6 4 20 2031 |onds||de ßr 1
1 0 91 51 85-4 Not - 5g.J6- 1 4 1 21 2032 Po|ot 8" ßr. 1
1 1 91 51 86-4 Not - 5g }- 1 3 2 22 901 643-4 ßo|t - P|ov J6- 1 4 x 1 1
PARTS LIST fÐr RC-l0 COULTER
keI. ParI No. keI. Part No.
No .. No. Description keq'd. No. No .. Description keq'd
23 2055 frome Assemb|y 1 30 1 030 Greose fittiog 1
24 2058 Coo|ter, 5toodord Assy. 1 3 1 2075 C| omp 1
25 2061 Ax|e 1 32 1 91 1 Not, 1vo Mo|e I
26 933 1 88 ko|| 0|n, �. x 1 1
27 2062 Mob Assemb|y I
33 909555-4 5et 5crev, %- 1 6 x 1 � 2
34 93321 7 ko|| P|o� x 1 } 1
28 2063 ß| ode, Coo|ter 1 35 441 1 Deco| 1
29 923080 kivei, �, x % 3
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WHEELHORSE PRODUCTS, INC. • SOUTH BEN0, IND.
The pl ow is sh i pped i n two cartons .. One carton has
t he pl ow base assembl y and t he coul ter assembl y wi th
a bag of parts. The other carton contai ns the beam
assembl y.
ASSEMBLY
Repl ace the adj usti ng rod-R. H , whi ch was removed
for shi pment, in the rear verti cal member . . Bol t the
vertica I member to the pl ow base, with the bol ts sup­
pl i ed .. Adj ust the coul ter i n accordance wi th the depth
at whi ch you are goi ng to pl ow.
LUBRI CATI ON
There is onl y one grease fi tti ng, and t hi s is located
on the coul ter hub
Before starti ng to pl ow, appl y grease to coul ter ..
Use machi ne oi l on the threads of adj usti ng rods.
When putti ng pl ow away, al ways wi pe pol i shed s ur-
face and coul ter bl ade wi th grease or oi l to prevent rust
PREPARI NG THE PLOW FOR USE
The pl ow bottom must be cl eaned so that di rt wi l l
s l i de off the mol d-board wi thout sti cki ng Wi pe the
pol i shed s urface wi th a rag soaked i n turpenti ne, naptha
or gasol i ne. An ol d bri ck or a pumi ce stone can al so be
used to remove the protective coati ng, but usual l y thi s
i s not necessary i f soi l i s not too wet ..
TO BEGI N PLOWI NG
Thi s i s a ì 0¨ pl ow and works best at a depth of 5 to
6 i nches. To turn the pl ow poi nt i nto the ground when
openi ng the furrow, use t urbuckl e. After the dead fur­
row has been made, l evel the pl ow by runni ng the ri ght
tractor wheel s i n the previ ous furrow and adj usti ng
turnbuckl e A.. When the ri ght tractor wheel s are i n
the furrow, the pl ow i s desi gned to run i n the proper
hori zonta l angl e.
For a 5 t o 6 i nch pl owi ng depth, t he coul ter shoul d
s l ice from 2 to 3 i nches deep, but not deep enough to
drag the hub.
PI0N & C00I¡|k
PP·10HD
Lay out your fi el d to be pl owed, and, i f possi bl e,
make i t rectangul ar i n shape, about 3 ti mes as l ong as
i t i s wi de . . NOTE: I t i s easi er to pl ow a few l ong furrows
than many s hort ones. LEAVE SOME ROOM AT EACH
END FOR TURNI NG YOUR TRACTOR. Start pl owi ng by
l ayi ng off a dead furrow as s hown i n the s ketch bel ow.
Begi n at poi nt "X" and pl ow a furrow to the end of your pl ot Fi x your
eyes on a tree or some di stant object i n l i ne with the middle of the plot so
that you can gui de your tractor and pl ow a straight first furrow to point
"A" NOTE, ALWAYS L I FT PLOW BEFORE TURNI NG, and, at paint "B",
lower i t again and pl ow a dead furrow pi l i ng the dirt on top of di rt from
the first furrow When you return to point "X" and start your real pl owing
wi th both the troctor's right wheels i n the furrow at poi nt "C", level out the
pl ow wi th the turnbuckle, Pl ow i n a cl ockwi se di rection, al ways L I FTI NG your
pl ow at the end of the furrow before fumi ng
SPEED
Move steadi l y a l ong so that the earth wi l l turn over
and not fal l back i nto the furrow I n most soi l s, t hi s i s
done at ful l throttl e i n second gear ..
In l i ght soi l s, pl owi ng rnay often be done i n hi gh
gear , but if you go too fast, you wi l l get an uneven
pl owi ng j ob and the di rt i s apt to be thrown i nstead of
rol l ed over.
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When o·de+ |ng oo+Is o|voys ||sI |o+ I No ond nome of oo·t .
Ref. Part
No .. Ref. Part
No .. No. Description Req'd. No. No
1 2964 Ass'y. - ëeom 1 1 7 2049
2 2965 SIondo+ d Ass'y 1 1 8 2969
3 908063·4 ëo|I - ¬e× �- 1 3 × 2� 1 1 9 2970
4 908061 -4 ëo|I - ¬e× �- 1 3 × 2 2 20 2048
5 920085·4 |oc|voshe+ � med 3 21 2968
6 91 51 1 5-6 Not ¬e× �- 1 3 Ny|oc| 3
7 2043 1o·n - ëuc||e Lnd k. ¬ 1h·d 1
22 2971
23 901 634-4
B 2044 1u·n - ëuc||e Lnd | . ¬ 1hrd 1 24 901 636-4
9 2027 Ass'y 1obe & ¬ond|e 1 25 901 644-4
1 0 2070 Ass'y - ko|||ng Coo|Ier 1 26 901 655-4
1 1 2065 Ass'y Arm Cou|Ier 1 27 9001 1 5-4
1 2 2966 Ass'y - Stondord - Coo|Iet 1 28 91 51 84-4
1 3 2967 Ass'y "U" ëo|t C| omos & Nuts 1 29 91 51 85·4
1 4 2068 A×| e - Cou|te· 1 30 91 51 86·4
1 5 932034-4 CotIer |ln ¹, x 1 1 31 900878-4
1 6 2045 |rog 1
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Description Req'd ..
So·eode· 1
mo|dboo·d 1
Ass'y - Londs||de & ¬ee| 1
Ass'y |o|nI 1
Sooce· Sp:eode· 1
ëroce - mo|dboo+ d 1
ëo|I - ||ov #3 ¬d. %- 1 6 x 1 B
ëo|I ||ov #3 ¬d %- 1 6 x 1 � 1
ëo|t ||ov #3 ¬d. !,× 14 x n � 1
ëo|t - ||ov #3 ¬d �- 1 3 x 1 % 1
ëo|t - Co··|oge �- 1 3 x 1 % 1
NoI Souote %- 1 6 9
Nut • Soua� !.- I ��
NuI - Souore �- 1 3 2
8o| I Souore ¬d )- 1 3 x 1 1

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The pl ow is shi pped in two cartons. One carton has
the pl ow base assembl y and the coul ter assembl y wi th
a bag of parts .. The other carton contai ns the beam
assembl y.
ASSEMBLY
Repl ace the adj usti ng rod-R.H, whi ch was removed
for shi pment, i n the rear verti cal member. Bol t the
verti cal member to the pl ow base, with the bol ts sup­
pl ied .. Adj ust the coul ter in accordance wi th the depth
at which you are goi ng to pl ow.
LUBRI CATI ON
There is onl y one grease fi tti ng, and thi s is located
on the coul ter hub
Before starti ng t o pl ow, appl y grease t o coul ter.
Use mach i ne oi l on the threads of adj usti ng rods . .
When putti ng pl ow away, al ways wi pe pol i shed sur-
face and coul ter bl ade wi th grease or oi l to prevent rust. .
PREPARI NG THE PLOW FOR U SE
The pl ow bottom must be cl eaned so that di rt wi l l
s l i de off the mold-board wi thout sti cki ng .. Wi pe the
pol i shed surface wi th a rag soaked i n turpenti ne, naptha
or gasol i ne. An ol d bri ck or a pumice stone can al so be
used to remove the protective coati ng, but usual l y thi s
is not necessary if soi l i s not too wet.
TO BEGI N PLOWI NG
Thi s i s a ì 0¨ pl ow and works best at a depth of 5 to
6 i nches. To tur the pl ow poi nt i nto the ground when
openi ng the furrow, use turbuckl e . . After the dead fur­
row has been made, l evel the pl ow by r unni ng the ri ght
tractor wheel s i n the previ ous furrow and adj usti ng
turnbuckl e "A" ·. When the r i ght tractor wheel s are i n
the fur row, the pl ow i s desi gned to r un i n the proper
horizontal angl e.
For a 5 to 6 i nch pl owi ng depth, the coul ter shoul d
s l ice from 2 to 3 i nches deep, but not deep enough to
drag the hub.
P|0N 8 C00|I ï R
PP·1 01
Lay out your fi el d to be pl owed, and, i f possi bl e,
make it rectangul ar in shape, about 3 ti mes as l ong as
it i s wi de . . NOTE: I t i s easi er to pl ow a few l ong furrows
than many short ones . . LEAVE SOME ROOM AT EACH
END FOR TURNI NG YOUR TRACTOR . . Start pl owi ng by
l ayi ng off a dead fur row as shown i n the sketch bel ow.
Begin at poi nt fiX" and pl ow a furrow to the end of your pl ot. Fi x your
eyes on a tree or some di stant obiect i n line with the middle of the plot so
that you can gui de your tractor and plow a straight first furrow to point
"A". NOTE: ALWAYS LI FT PLOW BEFORE TURNI NG, and, at poi nt B¸
lower it agai n and plow a dead furrow pi l i ng the dirt on top of di rt from
the first furrow, When you return to poi nt "X" and start your real plowing
with both the tractor's ri ght wheels i n the furrow at point "CII, level out the
plow with the turnbuckle, Plow i n a clockwi se direction, always LI FTI NG your
pl ow ot the end of the furrow before furning
SPEED
Move steadi l y a l ong so that the earth wi l l turn over
and not fal l back i nto the furrow. I n most soi l s, thi s i s
done at f ul l throttl e i n second gear.
I n l i ght soi l s, pl owi ng may often be done i n hi gh
gear, but i f you go too fast, you wi l l get an uneven
pl owi ng job and the di rt i s apt to be thrown i nstead of
rol l ed over.
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Ref" Part
No" No. Description
1 1 002 Cotter Pin Ya x 1
2 1 024 Plow Bolt %- 1 6 x 1 )1
3 1 030 Grease Fitting )-28
4 1 069 Plow Bolt %- 1 6 x l
5 1 072 Sq. Nut %-1 6
6 1 074 Hex Nut )1- 1 3
7 1 077 Hex Hd.. Cap Screw )1-1 3 x 2
8 1 1 1 5 Lockwasher )
9 1 255 Plow Bolt )- 1 3 x 1 )
1 0 1 3 1 2 Hex Hd. Cap Screw )1- 1 3 x 1 )1
1 1 1 343 Hex Nut %-1 1
1 2 1 378 Carriage Bolt )1- 1 3 x 1 %
1 3 1 379 Plow Bolt k6- 1 4 x 1
1 4 1 380 Sq. Nut )1- 1 3
1 5 1 381 Sq.. Nut k6-1 4
1 6 1 383 Rd . . Hd. Rivet 1�4 x %
1 7 2027 Coupling-Adjusting
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No. Ref. Part
Req'd. No. No.
1 1 8 2036
1 1 9 2042
1 20 2043
6 21 2044
7 22 2045
3 23 2046
1 24 2047
3 25 2048
1 26 2049
2 27 2065
2 28 2066
1 29 2068
1 30 2069
2 31 2070
1 32 2072
4 33 2073
1 34 2074
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Description
Beam Assembly W / A
Bar-Rear Vertical Member
Adjusting Rad-RH"
Adjusting Rad-l..H.
Frag
Maid Baard
Landslide
Paint
Brace-Bar
Standard Assembly
Rad-Swivel
Pivat Pi n
IIUII
Bolt
Calter Blade Assembly
Cl amp-Cau Iter
Blade 1 0" Di a.
Hub-Blade
No"
Req'd.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
·Colter Blade Assembly
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PARTS Ll ST AND l NSTRBCTl ONS
ASSEMBLI NG
The P H- 1 8 ha rrow i s sh i pped comp l ete as one bund l e .
It cons i sts o f th ree p i eces , the ha rrow un i t , l eve r assem bl y
and d raw ba r hi tc h ..
Mo unt the l eve r assem bl y on the harrow un it w i t h the
fron t and rea r togg l e ang l es on the l e ft hand s i de o f t he
cen ter bar. P l ace the U -bo l ts a ro und the toot h s uppo rt bar ,
th ro ug h the ang l es and ti g hten i n p l ace ..
Bo lt the h itch c ha i n to each s i de o f the ha rrow unde r the
head o f the ¾mach i ne bol t.
P l ace the hi tc h i n the trac tor hi tc h w i th the c ha i n ri ng
down.
The ang l e o f the har row teet h may be se t by t he l ever
assem bl y to mee t so i l c ond i t i ons and res ul ts des i red.
PARTS L I ST for PH- I S
Ref. Part No .. Ref .. Part No.
No. No .. Description Req .. No. No. Description Req.
1 366-1 Center Beam 1 1 4 366- 1 3 Tooth Clamp 1 8
2 366-2 Side Bar 2 1 5 366- 1 4 Support Bar Casting 6
3 366-3 Rack Bar 1 1 6 366- 1 6 Straight Teeth 1 8
4 366-4 Tooth Support Bar 3 1 7 366- 1 8 Toggle Angle Spacer 2
5 366-5 Ten Notch Rack 1 1 8 Set Screw, %- 1 6 x Y 1 8
6 366-6 Rack Support Bar 1 1 9 Machine Bolt, % x 1 ) 2
7 366-7 lever Handle 1 20 Carriage Bolt, % x 1 6
8 366-8 lever Wire Dog 1 2 1 Nut, Square, %- 1 6 26
9 366-9 lever Dog Spring 1 22 2607 Hitch Assembly (Wheel Horse) 1
1 0 366- 1 1 -F Front Toggle Angle 1
Order parts direct fom:
1 1 366-1 1 -C Center Toggle Angle 1
EMPIRE PLOW COMPANY
1 2 366-1 1 -R Rear Toggle Angle 1
CLEVELAND, OHIO
1 3 366- 1 2 Toggle U-bolt 3
WHEEL-HORSE PRODUCTS

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AS S E MBLY
The dump trai l er i s shi pped complete i n one car­
ton. To assembl e, first i nsert axl e, part #2973 in
frame assembly, part #2985. Fasten in position wi th
shaft col l ars, part # 1 085. I nstal l wheel s and secure
with cotter pi ns, part #932034-4.
I nstal l handl e assembl y, part #2997 by fasteni ng
bottom hol e to bracket on frame wi th /" x l " hex
head bolt, part #908005-4. Next fasten l atch bar,
part #2974 to the handl e assembl y and to the i ndex
pin, part #2353 with the two /" x 1 " bol ts, part
#908005-4 provi ded. (Note: Do not tighten nyl ock
nuts, part #9 1 5 1 1 1 -6 too ti ght as handl e assembl y
must pivot.)
I nstal l trai l er hi nges, parts #2983 and #2984
wi th the /" x %" carri age bol ts, part #90001 4-4.
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Fasten bed assembl y, part #2975 to the hi nges wi th
the remai ni ng /" x %" carri age bolts.
OPERATI ON
The dump trai l er i s easi l y attached to the tractor.
Si mpl y l ift tractor hitch pi n, i nsert trai l er tongue, and
repl ace pi n. A positive l ock dump lever enables the
operator to dump from the drivers seat.
L UBRI CATI ON
The hi gh pressure grease fitti ngs on each wheel
shoul d be l ubri cated before use and periodical l y
thereafter. Al l other movi ng parts shoul d be oi led
frequentl y wi th a l ight grade of machi ne oi l .
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kef Part No kef. Part No.
No No 0escr|p:ioo keq'd. No No 0escr|p:|oo keq'd
1 2975 Bed Ass'y .· W/ A 1 1 1 2354 Index Pin Spring I
2 90001 4·4 Co rriage Bolt ¹·20 x Y 1 2 1 2 93201 7·4 Cotter Pin V x 1 1
3 91 5 1 1 1 ·6 Nylock Nut l;·20 1 5 1 3 2973 Axle 1
4 2983 Trailer Hinge lH. 1 1 4 1 085 Shaft Col l ar 2
5 2984 Trailer Hinge k H 1 1 5 932034·4 Cotter Pin K6 x 1 2
6 2985 Frame Ass'y W/A I 1 6 1 758 Tire & Wheel 2
7 2997 Handl e Ass'y ·· W/ A 1 1 7 1 001 Knob 1
8 2974 Latch Bar 1 1 8 2979 Shim 1
9 908005·4 Hex Hd. Cap Screw �.20 x 1 3 1 9 1 521 Bearings ( 2 |er Whee|) 4
1 0 2353 I ndex Pin 1
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ÆHHbNLLN
The dump trai l er is shi pped compl ete i n
one carton. To assembl e, first i nsert axl e,
part #rr/¯ i n frame assembl y, part #rrÜC.
Fasten i n position wi th shaft col l ars, part
#iÔÜC. I nstal l wheels and secure with cot­
ter pi ns, part #i i ¯/.
I nstal l handl e assembl y, part #rrr/ by
fasteni ng bottom hole to bracket on frame
with V¤´ x i´ hex head bolt, part #i rri .
Next fasten latch bar, part #rr/Ó to the
handl e assembl y and to the i ndex pi n, part
#r¯C¯ with the two V´ x i´ bolts, part
#i rri provided. (Note: Do not tighten ny­
l ock nuts, part #iÓÔÔ too tight as handl e
assembl y must pivot. )
I nstal l trai l er hi nges, parts #rrܯ and
#rrÜÓ with the V¤´ x º/a" carriage bolts,
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part #iÓ¯Ü. Fasten bed assembl y, part
#rr/C to the hi nges with the remai ni ng
V¤´ x º/a" carriage bolts.
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The dump trai ler i s easi l y attached to the
tractor. Si mpl y l i ft tractor hitch pi n, i nsert
trai ler tongue, and replace pi n. A positive
lock dump lever enabl es the operator to
dump from the drivers seat.
LLLH| CƯI LÞ
The high pressure grease fitti ngs on each
wheel shoul d be l ubricated before use and
periodical l y thereafter. Al l other moving
parts should be oi l ed frequently with a light

grade of machi ne oi l .
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LTD-242 DUMP TRAILER
Par Ref.
Description
No. Par Ref.
Description
No.
No. No. Req'd. No. No. Req'd.
1 2975 Bed Ass'y. W / A 1 10 2353 Index Pin 1
2 1438 Carriage Bolt V4 ¯ 20 x o 12 1 1 2354 Index Pin Spring 1
3 1406 Nylock Nut V4 ¯ 20 1 5 1 2 1002 Cotter Pin 1
4 2983 Trai ler Hi nge (L.H.J 1 13 2973 Axle 1
5 2984 Trai ler Hi nge (R.H.J 1 14 1085 Shaft Collar 2
6 2985 Frame Ass'y. W/A 1 1 5 1 137 Cotter Pin 2
7 2997 Handle Ass'y. W/A 1 16 1 709 Tire & Wheel 2
8 2974 Latch Bar 1 1 7 1001 Knob 1
9 1221 Hex Hd . . Cap Screw V4 " 20 x I 3
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PARTS LfST ANÐ fNSTRBCTfONS
ASSEMBLING
The dump trailer is shipped complete in one package ..
To assem ble , place the bed (A) upside down. Take the
frame (B) and place it over the bed , lining up the holes ..
The frame is bolted in place wi th fo ur %- 1 6 x 1 bolts pro ­
vided .. Do not tighten a t this time. Put the tong ue assem bly
(C) in place as shown , and slide the a xle (D) th ro ugh the
Ref. Part No.
No. No. Description Req.
I 2944 Swivel Hitch I
2 291 5 Hitch Bar I
3 2922 Tongue I
4 2927 Frame I
5 2943 Bed I
6 2902 Axle I
7 2936 Latch Front I
B 1 709 Tire & Wheel 2
9 1 035L Spring Torsion I
1 0 2942 Chain, Dumpi ng 36" I
1 1 2940 Handle, Trip I
1 2 2941 Clevis Link I
1 3 1 229 Stove Bolt, k, x Z I
WHEEL-HORSE PRODUCTS •
frame and tongue assem bly .. Adj ust the tongue assem bly
so it will latch easily by moving the frame (B) forward or
back , then tighten the bolts . Place the wheels on the a xle .
These are held in place with two
X.
x 1
X
cotte r pins . . The
trip chain is then bolted to the la tch (E) with the
X. x Z
s tove bolt & Clevis lin k. The chain may be fastened to
the seat on tractor with the toggle handle provided .
LUBRICATION
High press ure grease fittings , one in each wheel sho uld
be l ubricated before use a nd periodically there a fter.
Ref .. Part No.
No. No. Description Req ..
1 4 1 062 HHCS, %. 1 6 x I 4
1 5 1 064 HHCS, %" 1 6 x I ! I
1 6 1 032 HHCS, %. 1 6 x 2 I
1 7 1 079 HHCS, X·20 x 2X I
1 8 1 01 6 NH, %- 1 6 5
1 9 1 080 NHJ, %- 1 6 4
20 1 044 CAST, X-20 I
2 1 1 039 Lockwasher, % 4
22 1 002 Cotter Pin, ¼ x I I
23 1 1 37 Cotter Pin, X.x I 2
24 1 1 25 Lockwasher, X. I
25 1 028 HHCS, %- 1 6 x I ¹ I
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A S S EMB L Y
The wagon i s shi pped completely packed i n one
carton.
A. Remove from carton and remove parts from i n­
si de of bed.
B. Turn wagon over and bolt center channel s to bed,
turni ng leg of channel towards the i nsi de"
C. Bol t on front and rear axles i nstal l i ng wheel s at
the same ti me. Grease al l wheel s after assembl y.
0¡| || I7 Nk60#
UW·643
OPE RAT I ON
The l oad capacity of the wagon is el even cubi c
feet. Wei ght capaci ty i s 600 I bs. More may be haul ed
but l oad shoul d be pl aced evenl y over enti re wagon
bed.
Si des are removabl e for haul i ng l arger obj ects.
Sharp turns over uneven ground shoul d be avoided
when wagon i s l oaded to maxi mum capacity.
P A k T 5 L l 5 T
kef Po¬ No keI Po¬ No.
No No 0escript|oo keq´d No. No 0escr|ptioo keq'd.
1 91 51 1 3-6 Ny|ock NoI %- 1 6 1 6 1 7 301 9 Lnd |one| 2
2 91 5238-4 ¬e× 1om NoI �- 1 3 2 1 8 3042 Svive| ¬itch Assemb|y 1
3 1 030 G·eose |itting 2 1 9 3044 D·ov ßor Assemb|y 1
4 920083-4 |ock Woshe· % 1 6 20 3032 ßed Soooo·I k ¬ 1
5 1 8 1 3 1oo| Pin 1 21 3033 ßed Supoo·I |M 1
6 908032-4 Co··ioge ¬eod ëo|t %- 1 6 × % 1 6 22 3034 |·ont ß·oce 2
7 908037-4 Co··ioge Meod ëo|t % - 1 6 × 1 % 1 0 23 3035 keor ßtoce 2
8 .50-75 Sooo kiog 6 24 3047 1|e kod 1
9 908063-4 ¬ M CS. �- 1 3 × 2� 1 25 3608 C|evis |in 2
1 0 91 5.586-4 Wing Nut %- 1 6 1 0 26 3048 Soiod|e Assemb|y k ¬. 1
1 1 1 278 Shim Wosher % 1 . 0. 4 27 3049 Soind|e Assemb|y |.M 1
1 2 1 758 Whee| Assemb|y 4 28 3039 1·octoc ¬itch P|oIe 1
1 3 3007 ßed 1 29 91 51 1 5-6 Ny|ock Not �- 1 3 1
1 4 3050 |tont A×| e Assemb|y 1 30 91 5240-4 ¬e× !om Nut ¼· I I 2
1 5 301 4 keo· A×| e Assemb|y 1 31 1 521 ßeo·iog ( 2 Per Whee|) 8
1 6 301 8 Side |one| 2
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ASSEMBLY
The wagon i s sh i pped completely p ac ked i n one carton.
A. Remove f rom carton and remove parts from i ns i de
of bed "
B. Turn wagon over and bolt center channels to bed ,
tu rn i ng leg of channel towards the i ns i de.
C. Bolt on f ront and rear a xles i nstall i ng wheels at the
same t i me. Grease all wheels after assem bly.
0¡| | | ¡7 Nk60Ñ
0W·b4Î
OPERATION
The load c apac i ty of the wagon i s eleven cu b i c feet.
We i ght capac i ty i s 600 Ibs , Mo re may be hauled but
load should be placed evenly over ent i re wagon bed "
Si des are removea ble fo r haul i ng larger o b j ects.
Sharp tu rns ove r uneven ground should be avo i ded
when wagon i s loaded to ma xi mum capac i ty .
P A Ñ T 5 L I 5 T
Ref. Part No. Ref. Part No.
No. No. Description Req'd. N. No. Description Req'd_
1 1 01 6 Hex Nut 1 6 1 6 301 7 Side Panel 2
2 1 026 Hex Nut 9 1 7 301 9 End Pone I 2
3 1 030 Grease Fitting 2 1 8 3024 Swivel Hitch Assembly 1
4 1 039 Lackwasher 3/a 22 1 9 3028 Drow Bor Assembly 1
6 1 251 Carriage Bolt :a- 1 6 x 34 1 6 20 3032 Bed Sup�ort R,H. 1
7 1 1 40 Carriage Bolt :a- 1 6 xl 34 1 0 21 3033 Bed Support | H. 1
8 1 1 27 Snop Ring 34 6 22 3034 Front Brace 2
9 1 1 70 Hex Hd" Cop Screw 1/- 1 3 x 2V2 3 23 3035 Rear Brace 2
1 0 1 201 Wi ng Nut 3/a-16 10 24 3036 Tie Rod 1
1 1 1 278 Shim Washer 34 4 25 3038 Tractor Swivel Hitch Ass'y. 1
1 2 1 709 wheel Assembly 4 26 3608 Clevis Pin 3
1 3 3007 Bed 1 27 3622 Spindle Ass'y. R,H 1
1 4 3008 Front Axle Assembly 1 28 3623 Spindle Ass'y, LH. 1
1 5 301 4 Reor Axl e Assembly 1
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"
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Ref. Par
No .. No ..
1 2950
2 2951
3 2952
4 2953
5 1 709
6 1 51 4
1 521
7 2954
8 1 093
9 1 01 6
1 0 1 039
1 1 1 1 1 9
1 2 1 1 27
1 3 2955
1 4 2956
0W·04
0ÎÌ ÌÌ ÎÏ WAGON
PARTS LfST ANÐ fNSTRBCTfONS
PARTS L I ST for UW-64
No. Ref. Par No.
Description Req. No. No. Description Req.
Bed, 32x 64 1 1 5 2957 Tie Rod Assembly 1
End Gate 2 1 6 2958 Clevis Pin, % x 1 2
Side Board 2 1 7 2959 Clevis 2
Eye Bolt w / Nut 2 1 8 1 01 8 Washer, % 3
Wheel 4 1 9 2960 Clevis Pin, % x 2 2
Bearing, Bal l 8 20 1 060 Cotter Pin, %2 x 1 5
Bearing, Sintered Iran 8 2 1 1 030 Grease Fitting 6
Frame, Bed 1 22 2961 Steering Tongue 1
Cap Screw, % x 2X 4 23 2962 Draw Bar 1
Hex Nut, % 4 24 2963 Eye Pin 1
lackwasher, % 4
Washer, y 4
Snap Ring, % 6
Spindle, right 1
Spindle, left 1
Order par direct from
G, & R" MANUFACTURING COMPANY
1 1 1 9 PARMELE STREET
ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS
WHEEL-HORSE PRODUCTS

SOUTH BEND, INDIANA
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l I

PARTS LlST ANÐ
ASSEMBLING
The lawn roller i s sh i pped as two p i eces , the tan k assem ­
bly and the t ow i ng frame.
L R· 24
LAWN ROLLER
lNSTRBCTl ONS
M ount the t owing frame (8) t o the bear i ng brac ket (2)
with the b ol ts p rov i ded. The r oller is ready f or use .. The
appr oxi mate we i ght when f i lled w i th water i s 251 p ounds ..
PARTS L I ST for L R-24
Ref. Part Na. Ref .. Part No ..
Na. No. Description Req .. No .. No .. Description Req ..
1 1 077 Cap Screw 1 4 25 1 3 Tank #1 2, 1 8 x 24 1
2 1 026 Nut, Jam
2 5 251 4 Bearing Bracket 2
3 2512 Hitch Bar
1
6 251 5 Bearing 2
Order the above parts from
WHEEl·HORSE PRODUCTS
7 1 1 87 Washer 2
8 1 260 Stave Bolt w / Nut 2
9 1 01 2 Cotter Pin 2

1 0 1 261 Pipe Pl ug 1
ROLLER TANK ASSEMBLY NO. 1 2 1 1 251 6 Frame 1
(Includes all parts listed in column at right) 1 2 251 7 Scraper Bar 1
Order direct from 1 3 1 262 Stave Bolt w / Nut 2
JACKSON MANUFACTURING CO .. 1 4 251 8 Swivel Assembly 1
HARRISBURG, PA«. or 1 5 1 263 Stave Bolt w/ Nut 2
BENTON HARBOR, MICHIGAN 1 6 1 002 Cotter Pin 2
WHEEL-HORSE PRODUCTS

SOUTH BEND, INDIANA
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PARTS LfST ANÐ
ASSEMBLI NG
The sp i ke aerato r i s sh i ppe d complete i n two cartons. To
assem ble, bolt the draw bar to the pan w i th the fou r ½¨
stove bolts . . Faste n the ball h i tch i n place w i th the draw
´

¯
se· l s
ÂÏkÂÎÛk
lNSTRBCTf ONS
p i n. Ne xt fasten the h i tch bar to the ball h i tch w i th the
h i tch p i n.
The pan o n the aerato r may be use d for we i ght i f
des i re d.
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¯
¯
¯
¯

PARTS L I ST for SC- 1 5
Ref. Part No. Ref. Part No ..
No. No. Description Req. No. No. Description Req.
I E·1 5 1 0" Spike Disc 1 5 1 2 E·30 Cotter Pin, 36 x 2 2
2 E·1 6 Draw Pin I 1 3 E·3 1 Axle I
3 E·1 7 Universal Spacer 24 1 4 E·32 Bal l Hitch I
4 E· 1 8 Cotter Pi n, Va x I 4 1 5 Hi tch Bar 1
5 E·19 Smal l End Spacer 2 1 6 Hitch Pin 1
6 E·20 Draw Bar I
7 E·21 Spring, 3" 2
8 E·22 Washer, outside 2
9 E·26 Axle Bushing 2
1 0 E·27 Stove Bolt w/ Nut and lockwasher 4
1 1 E·29 Pan I
WHEEL-HORSE PRODUCTS

SOUTH BEND, INDIANA
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WHEELHORSE PRODUCTS, INC. • SOUTH BEND, IND.
ASSEMBLY
Place hopper on foor with sl idi ng scale mark plate
down.
Fasten shut-of braces | ¡ ) to shut-of brackets with
washer and cotter key.
Bolt operating lever (2) between concave ends of shut­
of braces. Tighten nuts frmly.
Remove lower nut from connecting rod (3). I nsert con­
necting rod into pivot l i nk (4) and replace nut, but do
not tighten.
Move operating lever (2) upward to closed position.
Adjust nuts on connecting rod (3) so shut-of bar touch­
es both stops (5) on bottom m hopper. Now tighten
nuts frmly.
Assemble hitch braces (6) to hopper by inserting short
bolts through fattened end of hitch brace, then
through hopper. Place lock washers and nuts on bolts
and tighten frmly.
Bolt hitch (7) between concave ends of hitch braces.
Note hitch can be turned in either an up or down po­
sition for high or low drawbars.
Rate setting i s made by sl i di ng scale mark plate (8)
on back of hopper. loosen green knob and sl ide scale
mark plate unti l desi red number i s in l i ne with arrow
poi nter. Tighten green knob.
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$PRïk0ïR
FS·365
OPERATION
Rate settings prescribed for various material s are
based on normal tractor mowing speed. If tractor is
operated in low gear, then spreader shoul d be set
leaner (toward a smal l er number) as more material
i s appl ied at a sl ower speed.
Plan to operate the spreader i n the di rection of the
longer di mension of lawn.
First apply two spreader widths across the shorter
sides. These "headers" provide room for turning
around at end of each of the long strips.
Then go back and forth from one header strip to the
other unti l the entire area is treated. When approach­
ing these end zones shut of the spreader to avoid
double appl ication. Keep it closed whi le backing or
turni ng around to avoid extra dosage.
Next do the irregular areas, being careful to shut of
spreader in backi ng and turni ng. Move the Sl i di ng
Di al to a leaner setting i n cut-up areas where overl ap
is unavoidable.
If there are trees or shrubs i n the lawn, shut of the
spreader as it i s pul led around them - otherwise ad­
jacent grass may receive double or triple dosage. Use
same care i n treating slopes and terraces.
In high wind cover hopper with cardboard, burl ap
sack or heavy paper.
Overlap spreader wheel tracls 10 insure complele coverage.
CARE OF SPREADER
1 . Empty spreader compl etely before stori ng. To do
this, move spreader away from lawn area and set
wide open at No. 1 8. Run it back and forth vigorous­
ly a few times to expel al l material from hopper.
2. Oil. Leave spreader in open position. Use aero­
sol Oil Spray or oily rag to apply oil to underside of
hopper where shut-of plate moves back and forth.
Also squirt oil on spring l ocated in housing below
Sliding Dial. Place a few drops of oil on axle between
wheel and hopper, at each end. If this is neglected,
wheels may lock because of rusting. Light penetrating
oil will usually loosen.
P A k I 5 L l 5 I
køf Par No, kef Par
No, No" Description keq'd No" No"
I 5ó85 5or|og ~ Coot·o| kod 2 I 7 I ó88
2 I ó73 Ag|toto· - k.¬. I I 8 I ó89
3 I ó74 Ag|Iotor - |¬ I I 9 5ó89
4 I ó75 ßoMe I 20 5ó90
5 I ó7ó ¬ooge· ~ 5hot O6 P|ote 2 2 ! 5ó92
ó 5ó8ó 5hot O6 ßor I 22 5ó93
7 I ó78 ßeo·|og 5oooort Ass'y w|tb ßeor|og I 23 I ó94
8 5ó87 ¬oooe· I 24 I ó93
9 I ó80 ¬|Ich ~ ß·oce 2 25 I ó9ó
I 0 I ó8I ß·oce - ¬oooe· I 2ó I ó97
I I I ó82 ||voI - ß·ocket Ass'y I 27 3039
I 2 I ó83 ¬|tcb I 28 5ó04
I 3 I ó84 ¬oos|og - Coot·o| Ass'y (|ess koob) 2 29 908050-4
I 4 I ó85 ¬ob Coo 2 30 9I 5 I I 4-ó
I 5 5ó88 kote | nd|coto· I 3 I 5ó9I
I ó I ó87 koob 2
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Ì4
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Description
Ooe·ot|og |eve· w|th Gr|o
P|voI ||ok kod
¬oooe· |od P|ote
||oIe - kote Coo+·o|
kod - kote Coot·o| - k ¬
kod - kote Coot·o| - |¬
ßeo·|og
Wbee| w|th 1|·e
G·|o - Ooerot|ng |eve·
5hot OF ßroce
¬|tch Adootor
Deco|
ßo|t - X,- I 4×2 ¬ex
NoI - Ny|ock X,- I 4
1|e ßo·
No.
keq'd
I
I
2
2
I
I
4
2
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
, I
WHEELHORSE PRODUCTS, INC. • SOUTH BEND, IND.
AS SEMBLY
Pl ace hopper on foor with sl i di ng scal e mark pl ate
down.
Fasten shut-of braces | ! ) to shut-of bar brackets with
pin, washer and cotter key.
Bol t operati ng lever (2) between concave ends of shut­
of braces. Tighten nuts fi rml y.
Remove lower nut from connecti ng rod (3). I nsert con­
necti ng rod i nto pivot l i nk (4) and repl ace nut, but do
not ti ghten.
Move operating lever ( 2) upward to closed position.
Adj ust nuts on connecti ng rod ( 3) so shut-of bar touch­
es both stops (5) on bottom of hopper. Now tighten
nuts fi rml y.
Assembl e hitch braces (6) to hopper by i nserting short
bolts through fattened end of hitch brace, then
through hopper. P l ace l ock washers and nuts on bol ts
and ti ghten fi rml y.
Bol t hitch (7) between concave ends of hitch braces.
Note hitch can be turned in either an up or down po­
sition for high or l ow drawbars.
Rate setti ng i s made by sl i di ng scal e mark pl ate (8)
on back of hopper. loosen green knob and sl i de scal e
mark pl ate u nti l desi red number is i n l ine with arrow
poi nter. Tighten green knob.
-50
$PRïk0ïR
Ï>·JbJ
OPERATION
Rate setti ngs prescribed for various material s are
based on normal tractor mowi ng speed. If tractor is
operated in l ow gear, then spreader shoul d be set
l eaner (toward a smal l er number) as more material
i s appl ied at a sl ower speed.
Plan to operate the spreader i n the direction of the
l onger di mension of l awn.
First apply two spreader widths across the shorter
sides. These "headers" provide room for turni ng
around at end of each of the l ong strips.
Then go back and forth from one header strip to the
other unti l the enti re area i s treated. When approach­
i ng these end zones shut of the spreader to avoi d
doubl e appl ication. Keep it closed whi l e backi ng or
turni ng around to avoi d extra dosage.
Next do the irregular areas, bei ng careful to shut of
spreader in backi ng and turni ng. Move the Sl idi ng
Di al t o a l eaner setti ng i n cut-up areas where overl ap
is unavoi dabl e.
If there are trees or shrubs i n the l awn, shut of the
spreader as i t is pul l ed around them - otherwise ad­
jacent grass may receive doubl e or tri pl e dosage. Use
same care in treating sl opes and terraces.
I n high wind cover hopper with cardboard, burl ap
sack or heavy paper.
Overlap spreader wheel tracks to insure complete coverage.
CARE OF S PREADER
1 . Empty spreader completely before stori ng. To do
this, move spreader away from l awn area and set
wi de open at No. 20. Run it back and forth vigorous­
l y a few ti mes to expel al l materi al from hopper.
2. Oil. Leave spreader in open position. Use aero­
sol Oil Spray or oi ly rag to apply oil to underside of
hopper where shut-of plate moves back and forth.
Al so squirt oil on spring located in housi ng below
Sl i di ng Di al . Place a few drops of oil on axle between
wheel and hopper, at each end. If this is neglected,
wheels may lock because of rusti ng. Li ght penetrating
oil wi l l usual ly loosen.
Z!
P A k T ã L l ã T
kef Port keq'd kef
No No 0esct|ptioo No No
I ! ó72 5o·|ng-CooI·ol kod I I ó
2 ! ó73 Ag|Ioto·-A×le Ass'y R. H .. I I 7
3 I ó74 Ag|IoIo·-A×|e Ass'y tH. I I 8
4 ! ó75 ßoMe I I 9
5 ! ó7ó kooger 5buI-O8 ßo· 2 20
ó I ó77 5buI-O8 ßo· I 2 !
7 I ó78 ßeo·|og-5uooo·t Assemb|y w|Ih ßeo·|og I 22
8 I ó79 ¬oope· I 23
9 I ó80 ¬|Icb ß·oce 2 24
! 0 ! ó8I ß·oce-¬opoe· I 25
I I

I ó82 5buI-Oß ß·ockeI Ass'y w|Ib 95I 9A-3
ConI·o| || nk I

27
I 2 I ó83 ¬|Icb I
28
I 3 I ó84 ¬ous| ng ConI·o| Ass'y |ess G·eeo knoo !
29
I 4 ! ó85 ¬ub Coo 2
30
I 5 I ó8ó |o|nIe· !
5 1
7
Port keq'd
No 0esctipi|oo No
I ó87 G·eeo ||osI|c koob I
I ó88 Ooe·oI|og |ever w|Ib G·|o I
I ó89 Ooe·oI|ng |eve· kod I
I ó90 ßeo·|og Fod P|oIe 2
! ó9I 5co|e mo·k P|oIe I
I ó92 kod- koIe ConI·o| I
! ó93 Wbee| w|Ih 1|·e 2
I ó94 ßody ßeot|ngs 4
I ó95 Co·Ion I
! ó9ó ¬ond| e G·|o I
! ó97 5huI-Oß ß·oce 2
3039 ¬|Ich AdooIor I
44! I Decol I
I 489 ßol I I
I 408 Not !
FS· 36
SPREADER
PARTS Ll ST AHD l HSTR00Tl OHS
PARTS L I ST for FS- 36
Ref. Part
No. Ref. Part No ..
No. No .. Description Req .. No. No .. Description Req ..
1 3001 Tongue 1 Agitator and Axle, pai r
2 3005 Swivel Assembly 1 Axle Support and Bearings
3 3003 Rod Assembly 1 Axle Bearings, pai r
4 1 073 Cap Screw, )2· 1 3 x 1 % 1 Baffle Plate
5 1 026 Nut, Jam, )2. 1 3 2 Bearing Retainer and Pl ate
6 1 064 Cap Screw, %- 1 6 x 1 ) 1 Connecting Rod
7 1 01 6 Nut Hex, %- 1 6 1
Control Rod Housing
8 1 1 1 9 Washer, ' SAE 8 Green Knob for Control Plate
9 3000 Hitch, complete 1
Handl e Brace, each
Hopper, body only
Order above parts from Operating lever with Knob
WHEEL-HORSE PRODUCTS Pointer

Rate Control Rod
SPREADER ASSEMBLY MODEL 1 00·T·55
(Includes all parts listed in column at right)
Scale Mark Pl ate
Spring for Rate Control
Shut Off Bar
Order direct from
Shut Off Bar Hanger Pl ates, pai r
O. M . . SCOTT & SONS
Shut Off Bar Yoke
MARYSVILLE, OHIO Brackets for Operating lever, pai r
Wheels, Rubber Tire, each
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PRINTED IN U, S,A 5·70 FORM NO" A·7139