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az tractor

02-13-2013 07:35:54
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thanks to all for the good info. It's really nice to have a forum like this for us uneducated types.

the ss16 is still soldiering away, but it really needs a general going over. I too lament the days when you could buy a "real" garden tractor.

I remember my dad buying and using a minnie mo walk-behind tractor on our garden plot. Never got enthused by that type of tractor, need a place to sit down HA

again thanks to all for the kind replies.

Floyd

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Hoenes

02-15-2013 17:54:24
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 Re: difference in reply to az tractor, 02-13-2013 07:35:54  
Years ago my father in law gave me a '63 Bolens 800 Husky garden tractor. The manual lists it as a "medium" tube frame tractor. It has a 7 horse, horizontal shaft, Wisconsin motor. It also has high and low range in all gears, and a posi-trac differential control knob on the rear axle. Listed optional equipment are: 32 in. front pto drive "reel" mower, 22 in. rear tine tiller, 42 in. snow blade, 32 in snow blower," belly type" grader blade, 42 in. front pto street sweeper, 1 bottom plow, 40 in. disc, 42 in. field cultivator, front "belt drive" set-up to power (whatever), hyd.lift cyls. and pump, 48 in. hayrake, and a heat-houser for the cab. All I had was the grass mowing table, which was pto driven.

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02-13-2013 09:01:53
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 Re: difference in reply to az tractor, 02-13-2013 07:35:54  
You can still buy a "real garden tractor" if your pockets are deep enough.

The John Deere X700 Series along with the Ingersoll 4000/4200 Series both spring to mind. I'm not sure if Kubota is still making a true GT or not but that is another place to look.



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