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Scout2008

08-01-2019 04:39:45




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I finally was able to find the MM lawn tractor I wanted. I was at the Plain City, OH show with the 670 and UB and ran into the son of an old dealer who had just passed away. My Uncle and Grandpa bought MM"s and Whites from him. The son said he wanted to sell some things and said he had a 110 Hydro. I have been looking for a 112 Hydro like Grandpa had, which got away unfortunately. This 110 is in good shape and the deck is in good shape too. I am looking forward to going through it and eventually making it look like new. I also will post a couple of pics of the Super A I just finished for my Uncle. Hard to spray red in the barn when I bleed yellow!

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BMG1

08-03-2019 14:02:28




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 Re: New addition in reply to Scout2008, 08-01-2019 04:39:45  
There's a guy on the Facebook Jacobsen page that makes the battery covers and wood spacer between cover and battery.



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Scout2008

08-03-2019 17:26:13




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 Re: New addition in reply to BMG1, 08-03-2019 14:02:28  
Thanks, the spacer is what I need.



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BMG1

08-02-2019 12:15:19




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 Re: New addition in reply to Scout2008, 08-01-2019 04:39:45  
Early 1969 110 Hydro. Serial number started at 1601. We have serial number 1731 in original condition. You'd be surprised how well that paint will clean up if you decide to leave it original. I'd reupholster the seat and paint the grill and leave it original.



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Scout2008

08-02-2019 18:36:36




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 Re: New addition in reply to BMG1, 08-02-2019 12:15:19  
Thanks for the serial number help. I was hoping somebody had info on what year it is. I have the battery cover but the wood under the battery is in bad shape and the top piece and bolts are missing. Does Anyone make replacements, or have the dimensions to make new ones?



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molinegb

08-02-2019 19:26:56




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 Re: New addition in reply to Scout2008, 08-02-2019 18:36:36  
Have battery cover on 110 but 68.



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jocco

08-01-2019 08:32:58




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 Re: New addition in reply to Scout2008, 08-01-2019 04:39:45  
Scout you sure have some nice MM;s on here, I enjoy seeing them. Your paint jobs look good too.



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Shaun Wallace

08-01-2019 05:37:31




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 Re: New addition in reply to Scout2008, 08-01-2019 04:39:45  
Iirc them were rebadged Jacobsens, Ford also rebadged them.



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Scout2008

08-01-2019 05:39:59




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 Re: New addition in reply to Shaun Wallace, 08-01-2019 05:37:31  
Very true. Jacobson made them for Ford, MM, and I think Oliver. They only did them for MM for a few years.



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molinegb

08-01-2019 17:58:33




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 Re: New addition in reply to Scout2008, 08-01-2019 05:39:59  
MM and some Oliver Cockshutt, White Town and Country was last in 1974. Think first were Motec around 1963. Ford kept using Jacobsen till 76.



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