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Frost and Woods Mower

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11-12-2017 18:40:02

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I picked up a frost and woods mower early this year with factory rubber tires. 5.00x21. Around here these mowers are not scarce but I have only ever seen one other with rubber tires. All others on steel. Just wondered what thoughts on this were. I would say its rare but thats going off what I see. Anybody else have one or any input? Thanks, Lyle

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Brendon Warren

11-13-2017 19:54:55

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 Re: Frost and Woods Mower in reply to Lyle:), 11-12-2017 18:40:02  
Ive got a neighbor who grew up near S mith Falls and also collects cast iron seats. He lives here in the states now. Ill ask and find out if he knows anything about it.

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11-13-2017 15:37:13

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 Re: Frost and Woods Mower in reply to Lyle:), 11-12-2017 18:40:02  
Sorry it was Smiths Falls. Got my towns mixed up. Not Stoney Creek. lol

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11-13-2017 15:34:50

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 Re: Frost and Woods Mower in reply to Lyle:), 11-12-2017 18:40:02  
Frost and woods was in Stoney Creek Ontario originally and was one of the companies that were taken over by the Cockshutt plow company of Brantford. I collect Cockshutt equipment hence was the interest in this. They weren't added after, the wheels have big cast centres with a tin rim that tire is mounted and held on with clamps such as those of old highway trucks and trailers. Just thinking it was rare.

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11-13-2017 06:18:58

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 Re: Frost and Woods Mower in reply to Lyle:), 11-12-2017 18:40:02  
Have heard the name but never saw one. Don't think they made it to my area of Ohio.

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Brendon Warren

11-13-2017 04:14:25

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 Re: Frost and Woods Mower in reply to Lyle:), 11-12-2017 18:40:02  
Maybe someone added the rubber tires later? Frost and woods, i believe were made in Smith falls ont. If i remember correctly.

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