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Interesting 77 on CL

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oliverkid

04-16-2018 03:29:17




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Left hand pto lever, box spring seat and long brake pedals. Ide like to know the serial number, has to be one of the first built.




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J. Schwiebert

04-16-2018 08:56:06




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 Re: Interesting 77 on CL in reply to oliverkid, 04-16-2018 03:29:17  
As you probably know there were 3 styles of band brakes. The first style had the brake petals attached to the brake cam. I don't remember style 2 right now. It has been probably a minimum of 45 years since I worked on a tractor equipped with band brakes. Style 3 had the adjustable linkage. The first 5600 77 tractors had style one brakes.



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rrlund

04-16-2018 07:08:00




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 Re: Interesting 77 on CL in reply to oliverkid, 04-16-2018 03:29:17  
Dad's 49 66 had the 60 style seat on it. Who knows what the years have done to the one on that 77,but his looked just the one on a 60. His PTO lever was on the right. I didn't know they used that style front wheel on them real early on.



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oliverkid

04-16-2018 07:17:51




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 Re: Interesting 77 on CL in reply to rrlund, 04-16-2018 07:08:00  
Old style 88's used the cast front hub so the 77 should have had them as an option from the start I would think.



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rrlund

04-16-2018 07:26:32




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 Re: Interesting 77 on CL in reply to oliverkid, 04-16-2018 07:17:51  
The extra weight would have been a good thing,I can tell you that. lol



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oliverkid

04-16-2018 09:43:30




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 Re: Interesting 77 on CL in reply to rrlund, 04-16-2018 07:26:32  
Ide believe it. Our 77 wide front with the heavy hubs still has times when it would be nice to have more iron out front.



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Traditional Farmer

04-16-2018 06:59:08




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 Re: Interesting 77 on CL in reply to oliverkid, 04-16-2018 03:29:17  
Well worth $500



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Steve Metcalfe

04-16-2018 06:53:08




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 Re: Interesting 77 on CL in reply to oliverkid, 04-16-2018 03:29:17  
Looks like someone made it to look like a john deere with the wheels painted yellow and the seat also looks to be JD. The pto lever can be attached to either side so some one just wanted it on the left.



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oliverkid

04-16-2018 07:15:31




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 Re: Interesting 77 on CL in reply to Steve Metcalfe, 04-16-2018 06:53:08  
The seat isn't JD. It's the same one they used on the 60's. Frame is just a little different to mount like a Fleetline seat. As far as I know, the early 48's left the factory with a left hand pto lever like the old style 88's did.



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