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Garden Tractors Discussion Forum

Page / Red E Riding Tractors

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04-18-2017 09:46:44

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Hi Guys, I'm brand new to the YT Garden Tractor forum and live in SE Wisconsin. For a few years now, my main garden tractor focus has been researching, documenting and collecting Page and Red E branded tractors.
If anyone has one, I'd love to hear about it. Pictures and serial numbers that I can add to the evolving registry in effort of document production numbers and changes is greatly appreciated too!

Thanks, Rob

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04-20-2017 06:46:29

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 Re: Page / Red E Riding Tractors in reply to oldiron1, 04-18-2017 09:46:44  
Red Es were Economy tractors painted red wern't they? I have two Economys, about 72/73 one with 16" rears and the other with 24". Both have two transmissions and hydraulics. The 16" is a future project but is mostly all there. Have snowthrower and blade for it and blade and mower deck for the other one.

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04-20-2017 10:35:12

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 Re: Page / Red E Riding Tractors in reply to 4wdtom, 04-20-2017 06:46:29  
Yes and No.

From 1951-1957, Red E re-branded Economy built tractors as their own. Besides the ID Tag and red paint, they were exactly the same.

Page built a rear engine garden tractor which looks like a scaled down Allis Chalmers G from 1946-1957 in 2 different configurations.

In 1958 until the end in the mid 1960's Page/Red E built their own tractor with a traditional looking, front mounted engine in 4 different sizes.

Thanks, Rob

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