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Honda lawn tractor

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dennis murray

07-03-2003 01:25:53
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i traded for a honda ht4213, tractor yesterday. never had one before. does anyone know if they are as good, as they appear to be. any info would be appreciated. thanks dennis




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Fran West

10-05-2003 13:19:41
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 Re: honda lawn tractor in reply to dennis murray, 07-03-2003 01:25:53  
Dennis: the HT 4213 is a very good tractor and will last as long as maintained. The problem with them is that Honda made them between something like 1987 and 1991 or 93. It is hard to find deck parts. From what I also found out, Honda did not make a bagging system or mulching kit.

A Honda dealer/repair facility told me that owners get rid of the HT4213 because the decks rot and parts are not available. Mine has many hours and the engine and tranny run like a champ, however, my deck is rotting.

If anyone can direct me to a new or used parts store I would appreciate it.

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Chuck Car

05-12-2004 20:17:05
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 Re: Re: honda lawn tractor in reply to Fran West, 10-05-2003 13:19:41  
Was looking at a used HT 4213 today for $975 -- has just been serviced -- but was interested in you deck comments --- what part of the deck rots? Are there holes in the metal?

Thanks -- what do you think of this price -- it looks about 10 years old -- runs great -- no smoke ----



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Chris L

07-03-2003 10:03:11
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 Re: honda lawn tractor in reply to dennis murray, 07-03-2003 01:25:53  
My grandfather has one and the front tires pack the grass down and the mower wont suck it up again so when your done theres lines every where.



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Ollie

07-03-2003 08:55:57
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 Re: honda lawn tractor in reply to dennis murray, 07-03-2003 01:25:53  
Don't have one but have lots of other Honda stuff. Totally 1st class equipment. Should last a lifetime with proper maintenance and treatment.



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Dan

09-05-2003 05:44:07
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 Re: Re: honda lawn tractor in reply to Ollie, 07-03-2003 08:55:57  
I have an ht4213. It was a good tractor while it lasted, but I bought it used (misused) and the engine blew. I still have the blower unit, used only one season, like new, for sale if anyone wants it. I can deliver, for travel expenses.



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ddcycles

01-09-2006 19:38:18
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 Re: Re: Re: honda lawn tractor in reply to Dan, 09-05-2003 05:44:07  
I was trying to contact dan to see if that blower was still available... thanks.. please contact me if it is... duczd@hotmail.com



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Brian

05-09-2004 09:51:30
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 Re: Re: Re: honda lawn tractor in reply to Dan, 09-05-2003 05:44:07  
Whe you say you have a blower unit, what exactly do you mean ? I need the belt that connects the three mower blades.



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josh

05-09-2004 20:55:33
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: honda lawn tractor in reply to Brian, 05-09-2004 09:51:30  
hello, on the honda ht4213, is that a 13hp ENGINE?? I BOUGHT ONE today, used, very nice condition and i know nothing about it, also when i let go of the clutch it takes the tractor a couple a second before it goes, is this normal for this type of tracter, i have never owned a honda before, but the prevois owner said that its dont that since he bought it new, any answers will be greatly appreciated, thanks, josh

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Chuck Car

05-12-2004 20:20:06
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: honda lawn tractor in reply to josh , 05-09-2004 20:55:33  
Was looking at one today -- $950 -- had just been serviced -- and was intersted in what an earilier post said about deck rot --- are these holes in the metal ---

what do you think about the $950 price?

thanks



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josh

05-13-2004 21:20:30
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: honda lawn tractor in reply to Chuck Car, 05-12-2004 20:20:06  
yea deck rot would be holes rusting into the deck, about the price, what year is it?? mine is a 1986, Like new condition, i paid 300.00 i would have paid up to 700.00 for it, hope this helps, josh



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Chuck

05-17-2004 08:16:41
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: honda lawn tractor in reply to josh, 05-13-2004 21:20:30  
WOW -- you got a great deal ---

I have decided to pass on this one -- it looks 10 years old -- not like new at all --- and I can't figure out wheb it was made....??

even though it runs well -- and is probably in great shape -- looks bad, runs good

Txs for reply



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Brian

07-04-2004 10:58:44
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: honda lawn tractor in reply to Chuck, 05-17-2004 08:16:41  
I have one as well. No deck rust, but sometimes there is a slight drive hesitation, especially when turning while going uphill, which does not bother me. BIG problem is premature wear of desk belt. 10 hours or less and it is shot. OEM belt is expensive, so I am looking for a good alternative. Any suggestions as to the cause ? Should I remove all the rust from the pulley inner surfaces with a wire brush ? It is an exercise in frustration to remove the deck to get at the belt.

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SJB

09-06-2006 16:51:52
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: honda lawn tra in reply to Brian, 07-04-2004 10:58:44  
Hi,

I've got an HT4213 that has many of the problems with the deck and/or belt mentioned in this thread. Has anyone identified a substitute belt (OEM is $45!)? There are several sites that have a 1/2" by 76" V-belt for $12 or so that I was thinking of giving a try. At that price I wouldn't mind replacing the thing once a year. As for the person who said that the front wheels lay down the grass and he gets stripes...that's a broken blade belt, only the center blade is actually cutting.

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