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Re: Springfield 36 garden tractor

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02-19-2013 08:17:39

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If nobody beats me to it, I've got a manual for the Springfield 36 (Thanks Patrick!)and will look it up when I get home. I believe Springfield (Quick Industries?) was bought out by Toro after quite a legal battle/scandal. I haven't gotten my 36 running yet (haven't tried either), but I'm pretty sure you need a football field sized area to turn one of those jalopies around. ;)

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02-19-2013 20:28:25

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 Re: Springfield 36 garden tractor in reply to chackman, 02-19-2013 08:17:39  
Its not as bad as you think Chris. Its not a tight steering machine, but its not bad. You will find out if you ever get to ride it! lol

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02-19-2013 21:01:43

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 Re: Springfield 36 garden tractor in reply to patrick in illinois, 02-19-2013 20:28:25  
Patrick, I figured you"d turn up in a Springfield thread sooner or later! ;). I may not have driven it yet , but I"ve pushed it around the shop and between storage sheds so often trying to get to my other projects, that I"m quite familiar with the steering! Maybe it just seems worse cuz I"m trying to steer while pushing and swearing at the same time! Lol. You"re right though. It"s not bad. Nothing that old and cool is bad.

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