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    Posted: 12 Feb 2011 at 11:28pm
just got done working on my old heald hauler and thought i would see how many are still out there.  i see a few on you tube but not to many.  this one was bought new by my neighbor back in 81 and i purchased it from his widow about 6 years ago.  it has a 18 hp twin briggs with a variable speed set up kind of resembling a snowmobile .  anyway its my wood hauling farm rig.   thought you might get a kick out of seeing it.   it was 2100 bucks in 81 and you assembled alot of it.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote HagerAC Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 Feb 2011 at 12:59am
Don't know if this is related to yours, but this is a J-93 Hauler manufactured by kimball manufacturing in Benton Harbor Michigan.  It is a customers of mine, which I recently did some work on it.  It is a sweet little machine, its got an 18 horse honda v-twin, with a 3 speed transmission with variable drive like a snowmobile.  I actually wish it were mine.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Pat the Plumber CIL Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 Feb 2011 at 11:14am
The Heald Hauler,what memories that brings back.I would see the advertisement in the back of Prarie Farmer and Sucessful Farming Magazines.I bugged my father and grandfather for years that we should get one.They both saisd they look cheaply built and cost too much.
How did these machines hold up.Thats the first photo I ever saw of one.I always thought they would be fun to have around and maybe even useful.Look at all the 10,000$ UTV's that are out there now
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  we have hauled countless cords of firewood from the stack to the basement and when its time to do a chore its usually in the middle of it.   i wouldn't mind not having a briggs under the hood but i have not touched it other than a starter drive.  every thing on the cart is made from off the shelf parts or fabricated from steel.   no suspension so it slows you down on bumpy fields.  its my chief gopher trapping ride.   i have two honda big reds and they have their place but its nicer to carry things with you this is the ride to have.  i got to say i love the jeep front sheet metal on that other photo and yes when you tilt the box up the seat back goes up with it.   i been wanting to make a vinyl top for it. we get alot of rain and it would make it more usable it the seat were dry.   before this i was going to gut an electric golf cart and make a usable rig out of it.  but this came along .  up the road from me on a vineyard there was a three wheeled one.
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Thats pretty cool! Are they 2 or 4 wheel drive?
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I have an elderly friend who rebuilds starters and generators for me and he has one just like the one in Hagers pic
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ours is two wheel drive with a gear differential.  has twin disc brakes on the rear axle only.  the steering is kind of hard with two sprockets a small sprocket on the column shaft and a large sprocket with the tie rods attaching to the large sprocket.  the dump is manual. the front axle is a twin i beam design.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Brian G.  NY Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 Feb 2011 at 9:20pm
I think a guy could build a fairly good imitation using a lengthened garden tractor chassis. 
I have a Ford 14HP with a 2 speed hydro that might be a perfect candidate.
It's not fast but moves along pretty good in high range and is a real puller in low range.
You sure got me thinking!
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The one in my picture is 2wd, and has hydraulic drum brakes on all 4 wheels.  It also has electric lift for the box.
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I have a j93 hauler in good condition and i am looking to buy parts.  I need a clutch but cant find one. Is there any dealers ?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote farmer0_1 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 Feb 2011 at 10:12pm
i just bought some parts thru Power Tec of benton harbor MI  1 800 535 9529  he is very knowledgeable . his parts are somewhat fabricated but they all fit and work ok. parts are pricey. 
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I remember seeing them advertised and thought they were cool too.  I think they had an optional cab and snow plow too.  Brings back memories of a simpler time for me.
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I just recently acquired a three wheeled model from the early 70's (we think it is first generation.  Love it!  Of course someone had to confuse everyone by making it look like a John Deere. LOL
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good to see a few still are out there.  some folks up the road had the three wheeled version ten years ago it was in the fence row and i could never get it bought now its gone. still use my four wheeled one weekly.
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Hi, where are you from ? I have a 3 wheeled hauler just like yours....steering wheel and all< its a Heald Mark3 hauler, yours should be a Mark 4 because its 4 wheeled. Post more pictures if you have them...thanks
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This is ours, found a 3 wheel version at the local scrap yard, thought about saving it but it was to far gone
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MY DAD HAS 3  1) 3 WHEEL WITH BICYCLE HANDLE BAR  2) 3 WHEEL WITH STEERING WHEEL  3) JEEP
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we used ours this weekend to haul wood.
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