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JD 520 Pedal Tractor

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05-31-2008 16:05:00

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I have recently purchased a JD 520 pedal tractor. I believe its the 1973 model (aluminum cast seat, metal front wheels, metal steering wheel). Anyhow, is it normal for only one of the rear wheels to turn while pedaling, or are they both supposed to turn?
Thanks for the help.

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06-13-2008 09:51:27

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 Farmall 806 series pedal tractor in reply to Hackerman, 05-31-2008 16:05:00  
I have recently found a Farmall 806 series pedal tractor in an old barn, I believe I also have the wagon that goes behind it. I was wondering if anyone would know the value or how to find out the value. Where would I find out how old it is?

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06-02-2008 16:35:11

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 Re: JD 520 Pedal Tractor in reply to Hackerman, 05-31-2008 16:05:00  
Just one wheel drives. Other wise those little legs and arms would never be able to turn it.

It would always want to go straight.

By the way the number 520 is the stock number.

Your pedal tractor is what they call a 30 series pedal if it was new in "73. It is modeled after the 4230 and 4430 that were built at that time.


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