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Re: Gravely 8122 G Tractor and Mower

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03-04-2019 03:50:21

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The 8122 G was made for about a year (1986?) and had a single cylinder 12 hp Kohler engine. That was the smallest engine used on a rider of that vintage, and larger engine twin cylinder engines are more desirable. Value depends a lot on location. Gravely equipment seems to be more common in the eastern part of the country and seems to command higher prices. A ballpark price here in central Indiana would probably be in the $500 to $800 range but I see them advertised on Craigslist and Facebook for months on end for considerably higher prices.

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03-04-2019 08:53:21

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 Re: Gravely 8122 G Tractor and Mower in reply to TomIn, 03-04-2019 03:50:21  
Thanks,went ahead and bought the tractor and mower for $300 figure I can't get hurt at that.Wife needs a 'new' mower this Spring(LOL)

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03-04-2019 14:26:21

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 Re: Gravely 8122 G Tractor and Mower in reply to Traditional Farmer, 03-04-2019 08:53:21  
If you are new to Gravely riders, read the manuals. You can find just about anything online free.


Parts are generally available, but getting rather pricey. Remember to engage the PTO clutch rapidly at low RPM and keep the linkage properly adjusted. This is because replacing the PTO clutch involves $500 or more in parts and about 8 hours labor.

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