Re: What was the biggest dia steel wheeled garden tractor... in reply to Farmallb, 08-05-2012 17:30:19
I had a Viking and 5 or 6 StandardTwins. Their steel wheels were about 3-feet in diameter. I liked them since they were all gear drive with a multi-disc clutch that ran in oil and a pto. Hal PS: I still hve the moldboard plow off the Viking and I use it on my Wards garden tractor. I paid $15.00 for the Viking in 1960 and it was made in 1936.
Re: What was the biggest dia steel wheeled garden tractor... in reply to Farmallb, 08-05-2012 10:16:07
The only "garden tractor" I have seen or heard of with steel wheels like used on the F20, Regular, John Deere A and such were 2 wheeled garden tractors, the 4 wheeled garden tractors did not really come into production until the early 50s and by that time steel wheels were not used..they all used rubber tired, steel rimmed wheels....
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