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Re: Sears Suburban 12 value?

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08-26-2013 17:22:18

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[quote="Arthur Snow"](reply to post at 16:45:26 08/26/13) [/quH

Hi I would say $150.00 while the harrow and blade are worth up to about $50.00 each, and engine that has not run for 30 yrs is pretty iffy, keep in mind if the engine(a Tecumseh HH120) has the solid state ignition (SSI) it may or may not not be working. If it produeces spark that's good if it doesn't that's not so good, they are trying to sell used SSI on e bay for anywhere from $150.00 to over $200.oo a new replacement HET module is about $150.00. Might also check to see if the trans shifter works sitting that long its possible the trans could be rusted.

GB in MN

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08-26-2013 19:17:51

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 Re: Sears Suburban 12 value? in reply to MNGB, 08-26-2013 17:22:18  
Thank you for your input. The shifter moves but I have not rolled it
yet. I am going to move it this week and I would rather move it once
to my house. I can fix just about anything and this thing has good
bones. I will look into the ignition. I had not thought of that part.
This helps.
This post was edited by Arthur Snow at 19:38:03 08/26/13.

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