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Re: Gravely Walk Behind

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Farmall Bob

04-16-2013 14:43:08

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Hi Jeffcat,

Don't worry I know a good thing when I see it. These old Gravely's are an engineering marvel. It came to a suprise to see that collar inside the taper bore, as the others didn't have it. Well I removed the one from the other Gravely, and switched this bad one the other Gravely, and it actually fit better. Probably the taper was a bit to the large size of the tolerance? So I am happy again. Rotary plowed my garden this afternoon, and all is working great. Thanks for the replies.


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04-21-2013 16:32:05

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 Re: Gravely Walk Behind in reply to Farmall Bob, 04-16-2013 14:43:08  
Isn't that Roto Plow one he--ll of an attachment!! Ten inches deep and nine inches wide at one shot! Perfect fluffy seadbed in one pass. I also have two 30' rotary mowers, a 26" snow blower, a FIVE foot sickle mower and a for real PowerBarow!! That is one neat little toy. Also have the steering sulky. That is a load of fun behind my Commercial 10.

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Farmall Bob

04-22-2013 06:25:00

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 Re: Gravely Walk Behind in reply to jeffcat, 04-21-2013 16:32:05  
Hi Jeffcat,

"Wow", you sure have some nice toys! I'll bet that make it easy for you and your chores? I think that I could use one of those PowerBarow's.
they sure look strong.


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04-22-2013 16:26:08

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 Re: Gravely Walk Behind in reply to Farmall Bob, 04-22-2013 06:25:00  
They are VERY VERY rare. Most of them are beat to a pulp with all kinds of dents in the tub. I found one up in northern PA in about 85% condition. I payed $250.oo for it. I am going to redo it this summer and paint it the correct sort of a dark aqua color. the frame and handle are apple red. What's your local? I take some of my stuff to the farm fair and a small engine show in the fall. South Jersey. Jeffcat

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Farmall Bob

04-23-2013 06:21:32

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 Re: Gravely Walk Behind in reply to jeffcat, 04-22-2013 16:26:08  

I live in Raymond, Maine it's not to far from Portland, Maine. I use my Farmall Tractor and trailer to move large loads, but it sure would be nice to have a Power Cart for my Gravely to move wood and large rocks around. Going to keep my eyes peeled.


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