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#1 jimbo8v92 ONLINE  

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Posted December 11, 2017 - 07:38 AM

Hi guys im looking into buying a bronco 14 automatic and i doesn't have any attachments. I know nothing about wheel horses so i don't know what models ahare attachments. Any info would be greatly appreciated on the broncos and what attachments it uses. Im mostly looking for snow blower/plow and a mower deck.9d831300d6f2017e1db7ea5b668961b7.jpgab9ef1d83460e980651625bde7cf7ebb.jpg840f2ba0ddabba0a97a87ae3d60b1f81.jpg

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Posted December 11, 2017 - 08:40 AM

GT14 Horse takes it's own attachments in some cases, I've had one of those. Never heard of this model, but looking at rear hitch and rest of tractor, seems the same as 12 or 10 hp 100 series and they take about any attachment offered for those sizes. More Horse fellas will be more correct, I'm not seeing any big issue.



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Posted December 11, 2017 - 09:18 AM

GT14 Horse takes it's own attachments in some cases, I've had one of those. Never heard of this model, but looking at rear hitch and rest of tractor, seems the same as 12 or 10 hp 100 series and they take about any attachment offered for those sizes. More Horse fellas will be more correct, I'm not seeing any big issue.

Ok thanks ill look into the 100 series to see what i can find. I googled bronco attachments but haven't found much as far as what attachments it shares.

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Posted December 11, 2017 - 11:22 AM

The Bronco 14 is a long frame tractor from 1971 and 1972 - 4 different model numbers.

Here is a link to one of the attachment lists - D&A

http://www.wheelhors...co-14-da-snpdf/

If you added the quick hitches from 1973 up the attachments up to the last in 2007 for the 300-Series will fit. The 1974-1984 C-Series except the C-195 will also fit.

 

This is a garden tractor. The 100-Series are rear engine lawn tractors.

 

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Edited by GWest, December 11, 2017 - 11:25 AM.


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Posted December 11, 2017 - 12:41 PM

The Bronco 14 is a long frame tractor from 1971 and 1972 - 4 different model numbers.
Here is a link to one of the attachment lists - D&A
http://www.wheelhors...co-14-da-snpdf/
If you added the quick hitches from 1973 up the attachments up to the last in 2007 for the 300-Series will fit. The 1974-1984 C-Series except the C-195 will also fit.

This is a garden tractor. The 100-Series are rear engine lawn tractors.

Garry

Ok so i need to find a quick hitch from a 300 series? And that will mount to the bronco and be able to use newer attachments? That sounds way easier than finding the correct attachments since it seems it doesn't share with alot of models.


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Posted December 11, 2017 - 05:55 PM

GT14 Horse takes it's own attachments in some cases, I've had one of those. Never heard of this model, but looking at rear hitch and rest of tractor, seems the same as 12 or 10 hp 100 series and they take about any attachment offered for those sizes. More Horse fellas will be more correct, I'm not seeing any big issue.

This is a BRONCO 14, Not a GT-14.

The Bronco should take most any attachment made for a Wheel Horse.



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Posted December 11, 2017 - 06:42 PM

KC, that's what I said OR meant to be saying anyway!  I was meaning the GT14 DID look like diff animal, and not this one. Also think maybe should have said same as C series not 100, sorry  on that error. GUESS, I should have stayed out of it, heh!


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Posted December 11, 2017 - 08:26 PM

Back in the day this is what was available.

http://www.wheelhors...5551-om-iplpdf/

 

The more common one from the 300, 400 and 500-Series can be adapted.

 

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Posted December 12, 2017 - 01:44 PM

Back in the day this is what was available.
http://www.wheelhors...5551-om-iplpdf/

The more common one from the 300, 400 and 500-Series can be adapted.

Garry

Ok thankyou, i also noticed that it looks like theres a mid mount already on the tractor am i correct?

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Posted December 12, 2017 - 03:01 PM

This is a BRONCO 14, Not a GT-14.

The Bronco should take most any attachment made for a Wheel Horse.

The Bronco would share the same attachments as the Charger, Raider, and Electro from '68-72. It has entirely different mule drive system from the '73 and foreward. The midmount is different as well. If you could just get a frame and mule drive from a 70s era C series, you would have everything. The front mount for the mule drive is welded on but I believe you could drill and bolt it.

 

If you tell us what state/region you live in, someone may be able to help you with the hardware. I have a ​'68 Charger with a 48" mower deck laying about.

 

Edit; Sorry! It is a '70 Electro12. Same thing though.


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Posted December 12, 2017 - 03:58 PM

The Bronco would share the same attachments as the Charger, Raider, and Electro from '68-72. It has entirely different mule drive system from the '73 and foreward. The midmount is different as well. If you could just get a frame and mule drive from a 70s era C series, you would have everything. The front mount for the mule drive is welded on but I believe you could drill and bolt it.

If you tell us what state/region you live in, someone may be able to help you with the hardware. I have a '68 Charger with a 48" mower deck laying about.

That does sound like the best way to go about it since i would have the old frame to get measurements from. Im located in Lancaster pa.



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Posted December 16, 2017 - 05:40 PM

get your self attach matic from a C series and your pretty much good to go






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