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Garden Tractors Discussion Forum

gravely convertibles

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williac

05-26-2014 18:52:46
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hello to all readers new to this site,,
was wondering if there is much interest and info. on gravely convertibles here. or would I be better to post elsewhere, thanks' charles




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Bret4207

05-28-2014 04:46:02
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 Re: gravely convertibles in reply to williac, 05-26-2014 18:52:46  
Never saw it called a Roto-plow Jeff. All my Gravely literature refers to it as the rotary plow. Either way, you're 100% right on it's being a great implement.



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jeffcat

05-28-2014 19:09:09
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 Re: gravely convertibles in reply to Bret4207, 05-28-2014 04:46:02  
You are correct, but almost all of the fellow Gravely owners I know call them by roto. Guess it is soda,pop,soda water,or some such. Anyhow it does a bangup job! I also have two 30inch rotary mowers, the 28 in dog eater snow blower, 3 1/2 foot sickle bar and the 5 footer version, and the best of all a VERY nice Power Barrow. Have a 1962 model "L" and a 1969 commercial 10. How about seven different lawn tractors and garden tractors. All work and are used for different jobs. cub cadet,107 108 1330, Case ingersoll rand 224 ,Troy pony, Husqvarna gt2254 and the 46 inch version. FUN FUN jeffcat

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jeffcat

05-27-2014 18:14:16
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 Re: gravely convertibles in reply to williac, 05-26-2014 18:52:46  
I have a model "L" and also a commercial 10 model. Have eight differant bolt on items. For gardens you want a "ROTO-PLOW" That is the most ground busting unit you can get. It will go almost a foot deep and 9" wide at one pass. It gives you a finished fluffy planting bed at one shot. Gravelys are great michines but are "OLD FASION" and they are brutes too. Never fight with a Gravely.... just "Guide" it. Let us know. You can also check out Gravely Tractor Club of America. There is a TON of information on that site. It will take you DAYS to go through all of the stuff. Jeffcat

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Bret4207

05-27-2014 04:47:31
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 Re: gravely convertibles in reply to williac, 05-26-2014 18:52:46  
At one time I had 13 running Gravelys. What's the problem you're having?



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williac

05-27-2014 07:00:56
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 Re: gravely convertibles in reply to Bret4207, 05-27-2014 04:47:31  
thanks for your interest,, sure u may be of some help in future.. have a few that have been sitting for some time, sure to be issues.. just starting to tinker with them now.
a couple given to me and a few picked up very reasonable.



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Bill Lisbon

05-26-2014 20:49:39
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 Re: gravely convertibles in reply to williac, 05-26-2014 18:52:46  
Gravely convertibles are garden tractors. In my opinion a very good one, and this is the garden tractor forum, why not discuss them here.



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williac

05-27-2014 06:56:48
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 Re: gravely convertibles in reply to Bill Lisbon, 05-26-2014 20:49:39  
ok, thanks,, will do..



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