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Huskee lawn and garden tractors

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04-18-2000 11:50:40

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Who manufactures these machines these days and what is their quality and reliability?

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Alvina Dockter

05-09-2006 14:17:45

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 Re: Huskee lawn and garden tractors in reply to JFK, 04-18-2000 11:50:40  
How do I register my trator online? Purchased Huskee Supreme April 21st 2006.
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M. Reeves

09-26-2005 14:18:47

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 Re: Huskee lawn and garden tractors in reply to JFK, 04-18-2000 11:50:40  
Is there a webpage that shows the schematic on re-installing the drive belts, both front and rear, on a Huskee?

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03-11-2002 04:50:10

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 Re: Huskee lawn and garden tractors in reply to JFK, 04-18-2000 11:50:40  
Just bought 2002 Huskee 21 HP B&S V-twin, 46" cut deck, automatic, cruise. Runs good, looks good. Did alot of comparing (craftsman, troy built(mtd), scotts, john deere) Huskee is best value for money. If you properly maintain your lawn tractor, whatever the brand, it will last forever. My last tractor was a dynamark 12 HP. Bought new in 1986. Still runs and I still use it.

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Jim Hillebrecht

03-25-2003 09:59:22

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 Re: Re: Huskee lawn and garden tractors in reply to jkeaton, 03-11-2002 04:50:10  
My neighbor has a 2000 Huskee Lawn Tractor. 20HP, Model # 45777...he's having some problems with it and needs an owners manual..does anyone know how to reach Huskee Corporation .. I have ben unsucessful in finding a number or finding a place where to purchase the owners manual..
thanks for your help.

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08-03-2003 20:21:14

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 Re: Re: Re: Huskee lawn and garden tractors in reply to Jim Hillebrecht, 03-25-2003 09:59:22  
Actually Huskee is made by Bolens which is owned by MTD, so MTD makes it. The Huskee Model is sold by TSC Tractor Supply Co.

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05-28-2002 15:14:36

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 Re: Re: Huskee lawn and garden tractors in reply to jkeaton, 03-11-2002 04:50:10  
I have a Huskee lawn tractor that is 8 years old now. It's a 14 hp hydrostatic tractor with a 42" deck. This has been a great machine and has been very reliable. I have a 2 acre lawn that I mow every week and my tractor has never had any problems. It's the best value money can buy!

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03-17-2002 14:09:50

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 Re: Re: Huskee lawn and garden tractors in reply to jkeaton, 03-11-2002 04:50:10  
May I inquire where you purchased your Huskee? I'm looking atthe 24HP/54" to mow a subdivision common ground. Thanks

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Michael Propst

04-07-2002 18:58:55

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 Re: Re: Re: Huskee lawn and garden tractors in reply to Jodigirl, 03-17-2002 14:09:50  
Tractor Supply Company (TSC) carries the Huskee line mowers. I have been also looking at them and comparing with Craftsman, Scotts, and Troy Built; and have found no better value or tractor for the money. I am buying one this coming weekend they are offering an additional 10% off and 0% financing for 6 months on the Tractor Supply Credit Card

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04-25-2002 17:59:25

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Huskee lawn and garden tractors in reply to Michael Propst, 04-07-2002 18:58:55  
Manufactured by MTD...

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mark smith

04-24-2000 04:04:32

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 Re: Huskee lawn and garden tractors in reply to JFK, 04-18-2000 11:50:40  
They are made by MTD.....quality is very low and reliability is very low. Mine lasted a rough two years...............Mark

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06-16-2002 18:28:12

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 Re: Re: FORD LGT 120 in reply to Scott, 06-16-2002 17:15:48  
Thank you very much. I really appreciate the information. I am new at this, so when I ask where the plate is, try not to laugh too hard. I live very close to a New Holland plant. I will check it out. By the way, where is your old dealership?? Again, thanks for the info and hope to hear from you soon.
PS I am also interested in any implements.

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Jim S.

04-17-2002 11:23:40

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 Re: Orig Cub Creeper question in reply to mk, 04-17-2002 09:01:49  
Some Original frames came with a factory-made oval hole for the creeper handle to stick through. Others were solid frames, sold without creepers, and the creeper was installed by the dealer or owner. IH creeper installation instructions specified a 1-inch hole be drilled through the frame at the proper place for the handle to come through, but some did it other ways due to lack of proper tools or whatever. Or because they drilled the first hole in the wrong spot.

If your replacement frame has the oval hole or an acceptable drilled hole, you need do nothing else but swap out the frames. Be careful not to break off the handle at the fragile base of it...they are NLA and almost impossible to find as a part.

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Joe Williams

03-05-2001 12:36:06

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 Re: Re: Huskee lawn and garden tractors in reply to mark smith, 04-24-2000 04:04:32  
Purchased Huskee lawn mower in September 1998. I have had numerous problems. Most, even when in warrenty, were said not to be covered. My most common problem is the spindle assembly and deck pulleys. The design is bad and the material that it is made out is weak. This is my third time having a repair made to this part of my tractor. The average repair cost is approximately $250.00. I had a spindle assembly installed on 3-1-01 and today on 3-5-01 it broke again. I also own a Craftsman 18HP and I have owned it for over ten years and I have only had one problem of this type. I am really unhappy with this tractor.

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04-08-2002 10:26:30

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 Re: Lawn Tractor Wheel Bearing in reply to Warren, 04-08-2002 07:13:01  
Most of these are a nylon/plastic type bushing. Should be able to get at a mower svc shop. Pretty much standard. Easy to replace and cheap. Be nice if you had an old one to take in. Else, take wheel in and measurements of spindle.

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Roger Mumford

04-13-2001 07:42:25

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 Re: Re: Re: Huskee lawn and garden tractors in reply to Joe Williams, 03-05-2001 12:36:06  
I have also had problems with the huskee self propelled push lawn mower. The gear asembly on the drive keeps coming off. also is there any service centers in the hutchinson area for huskee mowers?

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Mark Hendershot

01-27-2002 15:04:59

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 Re: The Panzer Lawn Tractor?? in reply to Mark Hendershot, 01-26-2002 18:14:49  
Well I bought it! She is a Purdy Tractor for being 50 yrs old and Original Paint and Tires too. It was the T-70b Panzer Model with one heck of a rear end out of a Plymouth. Came with a mower deck and front blade. I posted a picture in the Antique Tractor Photo Section (under Panzer) Can't wait to fire her up for a test drive around the place (no grass) and maybe plow a little snow with it.

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Steve Pettey

02-02-2002 17:00:22

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 Ransome Twintrak zero turn in reply to Mark Hendershot, 01-26-2002 18:14:49  

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02-13-2002 14:25:08

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 Re: anyone have a rototilling buisness with a lawn garden tractor in reply to drew, 02-11-2002 21:20:35  
yeah I have done that with a 317. make 10 hr for small gardens much as 10x15 or bigger. it's alot easy to till on dirt that HAS been tilled before. for new gardens never been tilled will need to be change more. be sure to change oil in engine before going out do hard work.

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