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David Bradley Walk Behind

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Austin Speigle

06-19-2013 13:35:18
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alright here we go, I finally got the model number and serial number off of it. The model number is 500 and the serial number is 853414 does anyone know the year this tractor was built. Im still searching for more info on this tractor.




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Tinker In TN

06-21-2013 20:16:53
98.240.23.241



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 Re: David Bradley Walk Behind in reply to Austin Speigle, 06-19-2013 13:35:18  
Apparently you got the model # from the engine. The model # of the tractor will be on a brass plate on the side of the transmission. It will start with 917.

Sears used model #s starting with 500, on Briggs engines that they used on some of their equipment. Sounds like your DB still has the original engine. Tractors with 5 HP, or larger engines, did not have a hood. With the smaller engines, they usually had a hood, but there was an economy model offered, which had no hood.

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Austin Speigle

06-22-2013 05:50:18
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 Re: David Bradley Walk Behind in reply to Tinker In TN, 06-21-2013 20:16:53  
ok , thanks for the information.



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Ol' Gimpy

06-19-2013 18:30:17
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 Re: David Bradley Walk Behind in reply to Austin Speigle, 06-19-2013 13:35:18  
No hood? 5 hp B&S engine?? Sounds like the "Big 5" model,around 1955.



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Austin Speigle

06-20-2013 06:55:02
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 Re: David Bradley Walk Behind in reply to Ol' Gimpy, 06-19-2013 18:30:17  
ya there is no hood it has a 5 hp B&S engine i guess that is what it is. So this tractor is made with out a hood? It also came with a cultivator,Front blade,mower deck and sickle bar mower.



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gtractorfan

06-22-2013 16:42:44
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 Re: David Bradley Walk Behind in reply to Austin Speigle, 06-20-2013 06:55:02  
Just tossing this in--- if you saw the American Restoration show (last night on our cable) there was a guy with a 2 wheel walk behind David Bradley (he may have bought it from the show host) that wanted it restored like new, also a cart for he and his grandkids to ride on. The estimated cost was $12,000! Without hardly batting an eyelash he said "do it" and they did.



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ShadetreeRet

06-23-2013 14:13:42
76.5.167.134



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 Re: David Bradley Walk Behind in reply to gtractorfan, 06-22-2013 16:42:44  
Sounds a little pricey to me! Maybe I chose the wrong occupation.



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Austin Speigle

06-22-2013 18:25:32
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 Re: David Bradley Walk Behind in reply to gtractorfan, 06-22-2013 16:42:44  
awesome, thanks for the info.



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