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Pony or Pacer?

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kennebunksawmill

01-28-2014 14:40:18
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Can anyone tell me if this is a Pony or a Pacer? I have it for sale and listed as a Pony and someone sent me an email and told me it was a Pacer. Is one more valuable than the other? It's a nice little tractor that runs fine, but it's not a show piece. thanks




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john65

02-12-2014 18:00:22
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 Re: Pony or Pacer? in reply to kennebunksawmill, 01-28-2014 14:40:18  
it"s a pony the pacer has the distributor on top of the head under the hood. i have both a pony and pacer. that is a add on hydraulic system.



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Ray Mitchler

01-28-2014 18:25:30
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 Re: Pony or Pacer? in reply to kennebunksawmill, 01-28-2014 14:40:18  
You have it listed for sale as a 1950 model, if that is correct it would be a Pony , Pacers were not sold until 1953.



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kris Jensen

01-28-2014 17:56:35
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 Re: Pony or Pacer? in reply to kennebunksawmill, 01-28-2014 14:40:18  
ps tp previous message.. I have a pony and it does not have live pto. If yours has it is a very unique tractor that someone modified. If it was mine I would keep it.



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kris Jensen

01-28-2014 17:54:15
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 Re: Pony or Pacer? in reply to kennebunksawmill, 01-28-2014 14:40:18  
It looks like a pony ( has a pony seat) The pacer seat was rectangular, and padded with a backrest. The pacer is six inches longer and has a larger motor, though they look the same. It looks like it has been modified at some time. Might be a pony with a pacer engine and front end. The hydraulics look to be pacer. Serial number should tell you what it is. If it is a pacer somebody put on a pony seat.

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chuck41

01-28-2014 17:11:56
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 Re: Pony or Pacer? in reply to kennebunksawmill, 01-28-2014 14:40:18  
Hi, I agree that it is a Pacer. Slight diff in the length and the 91ci engine and the Pony is 62ci. Chuck



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Jason1Pa

01-28-2014 16:59:43
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 Re: Pony or Pacer? in reply to kennebunksawmill, 01-28-2014 14:40:18  
Its a Pony. Has some interesting add on though



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always

01-28-2014 16:38:47
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 Re: Pony or Pacer? in reply to kennebunksawmill, 01-28-2014 14:40:18  
Without closer exam I would say it's a Pony. Has a pony seat and doesn't look long enough for a Pacer.



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kennebunksawmill

01-28-2014 15:05:00
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 Re: Pony or Pacer? in reply to kennebunksawmill, 01-28-2014 14:40:18  

I just researched the site, I would have to say it is the Pacer, it is the Y91 motor, side mounted hydraulics, live PTO, adjustable front axle and left and right brakes. I'm in Maine and have it in the photo add section.



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Bob N.Y.

01-28-2014 16:00:42
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 Re: Pony or Pacer? in reply to kennebunksawmill, 01-28-2014 15:05:00  
Live PTO ???



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kennebunksawmill

01-28-2014 16:16:21
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 Re: Pony or Pacer? in reply to Bob N.Y., 01-28-2014 16:00:42  
yes, live pto, push clutch in 1/2 way, you can shift but pto keeps turning, push clutch in all the way and everything is dissengaged (transmission and pto)



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