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Beaver Tractors

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03-05-2000 18:12:15

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Can anyone help me on the restoring of a Beaver
tractor? I got one recently and am trying to find out info on parts, implements, manuals or
whatever I can get. Thankyou in advance.

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mike brodeur

07-27-2006 05:44:50

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 Re: Beaver Tractors in reply to Joe, 03-05-2000 18:12:15  
i have just aquired a baird beaver with a steering wheel any info would be great.

thanks mike.

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Paul Lavalette

04-03-2007 13:13:50

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 Re: Beaver Tractors in reply to mike brodeur, 07-27-2006 05:44:50  
I bought a Beaver tractor this winter. I have been working on it the last few weeks and today I was putting the pulley on it and I shattered that asbestos ring and cracked the pulley.... Any idea wher I can get one? Does anyone out there have a manual for these tractors? Thanks in advance Paul Lavalette Newport Center Vt.

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09-22-2003 14:57:53

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 Re: Beaver Tractors in reply to Joe, 03-05-2000 18:12:15  
I have a 1942 or 1943 Beaver tractor. I am looking into restoring it. If anyone has any info, pictures or knows where I can buy a governer for the throttle, It would be greatly apreciated.

Model No:23.
Type No:203020
Serial No:30306

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Tony B

08-26-2000 23:14:50

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 Re: Beaver Tractors in reply to Joe, 03-05-2000 18:12:15  
We have a club for Beaver Tractors at Yahoo stop by or E mail me Thanks Tony B

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03-28-2001 15:52:36

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 Re: Re: Beaver Tractors in reply to Tony B, 08-26-2000 23:14:50  
I have a friend who recently bought a Mitsubitshi tractor. The owners manual had a couple of other names on it. One name was Satoh and the other was Beaver. I did a search for Beaver and did not find too much, however when I search for Satoh, both names, Mitsubitshi and Beaver came up. I also found a site for tractor searches ( I did another search here and found a dealer in Ohio who has a tractor listed as a Mitsubitshi Beaver Jr. There was a picture and number for add'l info. Hope this helps.

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04-23-2000 05:32:34

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 Re: Beaver Tractors in reply to Joe, 03-05-2000 18:12:15  
The Australain Company "Howard" made a copy of the Beaver garden tractor called the Kelpie. E-Mail me for info. Bob

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Don Rawling

04-21-2000 08:38:40

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 Re: Beaver Tractors in reply to Joe, 03-05-2000 18:12:15  
Baird Mfg in Connecticut (Stratford,I believe)
built the Beaver late 40's and 50's . I'm not sure when they stopped. I have a tractor but no manuals.In 1982 I spoke with a fellow in Stratford
who was a Beaver dealer years before. He was retired and had closed his business...but had a
couple of reversing discs left. Bought one..
should have bought them all!The gentleman was very familiar with Beavers,said Mr. Baird could not find a heavy duty enough garden tractor for
his needs designed and built them. Dual
rear wheel units were very popular.Tiller steering
with out engine cover were later followed by steering wheel and tractor-style hood. I am thinking
about re-restoring mine also.I have some photos of tractor in 82 somewhat restored, will gladly
send them to you. Will post any additional info
as I get more involved this summer. Not much info... But there is hope!!

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06-28-2004 12:36:24

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 Re: Re: Beaver Tractors in reply to Don Rawling, 04-21-2000 08:38:40  
I am selling my baird Beaver becaues i have no place to put it, i can send you pictures if you want.

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dennis Quackenbush

07-15-2003 19:38:31

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 Re: Re: Beaver Tractors in reply to Don Rawling, 04-21-2000 08:38:40  
I have a baird tracto with the single handle stearing. it has a wisconsin engine and is in pretty good shape. it came with a garden plow, a snow plow, and a cultivator. I am looking for any information I can get. Need pictures, colors, anything to show me what it should look like. the belt guard has the word tractor still on it but the rest is faded. looks like it probably was gray at one time. the only thing that is missing is the breather on the engine. Any help would be appreciated.

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keith Norman

06-13-2000 18:50:06

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 Re: Re: Beaver Tractors in reply to Don Rawling, 04-21-2000 08:38:40  
I have a baird beaver with a cultivator, garden plow and a snow plow it has a wisconsin engine that runs great. It also has tiller steering tractor is very complete. but it does need the reverse disc. (If anyone knows were I can get one let me know PLEASE) If anyone would be interested in seeing it email me. I'm located in tolland county connecticut

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02-18-2003 18:17:32

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