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Farmall A

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Rick Edmonds, H

09-25-2000 20:20:34

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I have the opportunity to buy a Farmall A with a cultivator and two bottom plow for $1150. It supposedly is a '46 model. From what I've seen, this is a reasonable price if the tractor is in any decent kind of shape. Can I use this small tractor to tend about 8-10 acres of hilly Tennessee pasture. I will mainly use to tow sprayer, till garden (1 acre) and some mowing. Can anyone suggest a good belly mower which can be used on the "A"? My mechanical skills are somewhat limited. Thanks.

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09-26-2000 05:57:37

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 Re: Farmall A in reply to Rick Edmonds, Huntsville, AL, 09-25-2000 20:20:34  
You must have the belt pulley attachment to use the Woods Mower on the A. I used a Woods mower on a Super A and then a 140 for more than 20 years. The main problem with the A is the hand lift. A Super A with the hydraulic lift would be a better choice in my opinion. But then a good Super A is going to cost a lot more than the A.

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Bill {Antique Acres}

09-25-2000 20:48:30

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 Re: Farmall A in reply to Rick Edmonds, Huntsville, AL, 09-25-2000 20:20:34  
A Woods L59 60" belly mower seems like it was designed for a A. You can watch the classifieds or check out Woods web site. They are readily available with ample parts. A lot of equipment dealers are authorized Woods people. With the right brackets the are very easy to install. I do assume you have the hand lift? If the tractor is in pretty good shape that's a fair price. Bill {Antique Acres}

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09-27-2000 10:41:52

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 Re: Re: Farmall A in reply to Bill {Antique Acres}, 09-25-2000 20:48:30  
What would it require to put a belly mower on a "A"? I have a '41. It has a PTO and draw-bar, but that is it; it is a bare-bones tractor.

would all of the lift stuff and brakets ect come with the mower?

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Randy Mc

09-26-2000 04:33:25

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 Re: Re: Farmall A in reply to Bill {Antique Acres}, 09-25-2000 20:48:30  
A Woods L59 is what I have on my 1941 A and it works fine. It is a 5 foot one; however I wish now that I had listened to the dealer and bought a 6 foot one. It plays with the 5 foot one. Also wanted to advise you that the lift arm comes with the L59 when purchased new; mine did. It only took a couple hours to install it and start mowing! I mow 4.5 acres about every 4 days! God luck!

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