Where to Find the Model and Serial Number on a Wheel Horse Riding Mower/Tractor
Looking for the model and serial of your Toro zero-turn? Look no further and read this guide! Here are a couple of common locations that you can find this information.
The Wheel Horse model and serial numbers can be found on the engine frame on the left side of this old tractor. Take a look at the picture above for reference.
Alright, this ol' rider has a Kohler engine on it. The Kohler model and spec numbers can be found on the back-left of the nit -- near the battery. The picture above gives a better idea.
Here's another oldie -- a Wheel Horse B115. The model and serial number of this dinosaur can be found on the right side of the unit. See the picture above and refer to the arrow.
Okay, this one's a bit newer. Toro 14-38HXL. The model and serial number can be found if you just lift up the seat. As you can see by the picture, it can be found right between the seat springs.
Okay, this particular machine is equipped with a Briggs & Stratton engine. Go ahead and lift up your hood -- the model, type and code numbers should be right on the top of the engine.
Here's another example of where the model, type and code may be found on a Wheel Horse. Take a look at the front of the engine. Near the top of the engine and on the front, the model, type and code may be engraved.
You'll need the model, type and code number to look up Briggs engine parts and the model and spec to look up Kohler parts. Use our Briggs & Stratton engine parts lookup or our Kohler engine parts lookup for all of your engine needs.