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Good place to buy parts for A-C Big Ten?

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Dustin Dotson

06-27-2003 22:58:22




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I have recently acquired a nice Big Ten. I'm needing a drive shaft, fiberglass disk, and a spacer for the drive shaft. Does anyone have a good web site for purchasing these? I do not know the part numbers that I need, so I'm on a limb guessing at descriptions here.




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JMS/MN

06-27-2003 23:44:58




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 Re: Good place to buy parts for A-C Big Ten? in reply to Dustin Dotson, 06-27-2003 22:58:22  
Check with your AGCO dealer.



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Dustin

06-28-2003 06:55:51




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 Re: Re: Good place to buy parts for A-C Big Ten? in reply to JMS/MN, 06-27-2003 23:44:58  
Can anyone tell me the engine model number? It's a B&S, but I can't read the decal anymore. The tractor has a black seat with no arm rests. (Dad told me to put that in???)



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ACprofessor

06-28-2003 17:17:21




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 Re: Re: Re: Good place to buy parts for A-C Big Te in reply to Dustin, 06-28-2003 06:55:51  
Do not feel alone out there I have a B110 and looking for parts for restoration. The engine model number is 243431 and it is a Briggs & Stratton 10 horsepower.

AC



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Mike (MA)

06-28-2003 17:00:37




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 Re: Re: Re: Good place to buy parts for A-C Big Te in reply to Dustin, 06-28-2003 06:55:51  
If you haven't already, you may want to take a look at www.simpletractors.com... its a site dedicated to the AC and Simplicity garden tractors. Lots of good folks and information there. You can also find numerous vendors who deal with the AC garden tractor line (from drivetrain to seats). I've found Sandy Lake Implement to be very knowledgeable. Many of the folks at simpletractors also use the for sale/ want ads (look in the clubhouse) there for parts. Good luck,

Mike

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Dustin

06-28-2003 17:31:40




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Good place to buy parts for A-C Bi in reply to Mike (MA), 06-28-2003 17:00:37  
Thanks guys, for responding.

-Dustin



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