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sears transmission

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olegramps

07-18-2012 08:39:56
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I need to identify a sears transmisson the tractor is painted orange and white it has a ten horse tecumsee engine of courese the solid state ign. went vbad so I need to find a used one and I need a manuel on how to remove repair and replace the transmission




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olegramps

07-18-2012 17:39:45
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 Re: sears transmission in reply to olegramps, 07-18-2012 08:39:56  
I am in shepherd michigan center part of the state



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rrobert

07-18-2012 19:20:35
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 well in reply to olegramps, 07-18-2012 17:39:45  
I am 115 miles away in White Lake, Mi 48383.

Are you absolutely certain your transmisson is broken? They were built like tanks. I think the one I have is a 3-speed with a Hi Lo shifter. I have seen the Hi Lo pins stick so where it is stuck in nuetral.

I am 115 miles away in White Lake, Mi 48383.

Are you absolutely certain your transmisson is broken? They were built like tanks. I think the one I have is a 3-speed with a Hi Lo shifter. I have seen the Hi Lo pins stick so where it is stuck in nuetral.

I have butchered the frame and would make a Suburban fan cry. It does not have an engine. It is rusty. It was orange/white. No deck. Basically, a carcus with a transmission. We drove it around for about 15 minutes last summer. I can not gaurantee the condition of the trans. Are you interested in the whole thing or just the transmission? It is worth about $50 in scrap metal. I do have the engine that came with it but also has a bad coil. Post an email address and I will reply.

I will post it in the classifieds if you are interested.

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olegramps

07-19-2012 02:33:34
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 Re: well in reply to rrobert, 07-18-2012 19:20:35  
my email is olegramps65@yahoo.com



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MNGB

07-18-2012 10:08:11
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 Re: sears transmission in reply to olegramps, 07-18-2012 08:39:56  
Sounds like you have a Sear Suburban 10 late 60's model, the SSI units are listede on e bay also transaxles the tractor was built by Roper for Sears. Do a search with Google for Sears Suburban 10 and you'll find several free downlaod sites with all the manuals you'll need. Here's a link to an aftermarket ignition.

http://overnight-solutions.com/
This post was edited by MNGB at 10:08:42 07/18/12.

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rrobert

07-18-2012 09:27:31
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 Where are you located? in reply to olegramps, 07-18-2012 08:39:56  
I have one of those transmisisons in back in Michigan.

Sears Suburban 10.

Good luck with the coil.

The link below was posted by someone from this forum. Very good guide on making it an electronic ignition system.



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