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Olliejunkie

12-31-2020 23:03:48




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What can you tell me about a 7au? Having trouble finding info. Would it have a different model number?




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Olliejunkie

01-03-2021 16:08:38




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 Re: 7au info in reply to Olliejunkie, 12-31-2020 23:03:48  
Not many plivers here to pick from and even less Molina's. Shouldn't have to worry about buying to many.



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unc

01-03-2021 12:59:20




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 Re: 7au info in reply to Olliejunkie, 12-31-2020 23:03:48  
I fancy myself a JD two cylinder man, but I've got a yard full of Minnies. Sometimes you choose the brand, sometimes the brand chooses you. A couple of the Minnies came from now passed friends, who didn't want to see them go to the scrappers. I've become awfully partial to a ZTU and a UTS and seem to pick one or the other when something needs doing. Oh, there's an Oliver 88 row crop LP buried out there somewhere as well. unc

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Olliejunkie

01-02-2021 11:02:47




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 Re: 7au info in reply to Olliejunkie, 12-31-2020 23:03:48  
Thank you for the info. I will probably be awhile before I look at it as my covid check gets mailed. I probably shouldn't buy it but i dont have a moline and have wanted one for awhile.i have been kind of hesitant to collect more than one brand as it becomes kind of a obsession.



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Ill John

01-02-2021 07:41:27




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 Re: 7au info in reply to Olliejunkie, 12-31-2020 23:03:48  
The serial number plate is about 3"x5" on the right side of the transmission, the engine plate is on the side of the engine, the year can be told from either one.



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Olliejunkie

01-01-2021 13:39:03




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 Re: 7au info in reply to Olliejunkie, 12-31-2020 23:03:48  
Thank you its looks to be in pretty good shape for its age. It appears the exhaust has been moved.i may have a closer look if I get some covid money.



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Tony in SD

01-01-2021 12:00:36




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 Re: 7au info in reply to Olliejunkie, 12-31-2020 23:03:48  
Besides the usual old tractor ailments of any tractor that age. The hood above the muffler sometimes will rust. If it has a heavy cast iron belt pulley, it will turn if the clutch is engaged. There is no separate way to disengage it. Itís momentum will keep the tractor rolling if the tractor is in gear when you pull the clutch. Most simply remove the belt pulley and put a factory made cover over the belt pulley shaft. Other than that, they are a pretty nice tractor that can easily be modified for a buddy seat for tractor rides.

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Olliejunkie

01-01-2021 08:40:12




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 Re: 7au info in reply to Olliejunkie, 12-31-2020 23:03:48  
Yes, can anyone tell me the good points and weaknesses? Anything particular to look out for if buying?



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Rich'sToys

01-01-2021 06:34:51




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 Re: 7au info in reply to Olliejunkie, 12-31-2020 23:03:48  
I would suspect you are correct. Does it look like this?



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Olliejunkie

12-31-2020 23:08:36




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 Re: 7au info in reply to Olliejunkie, 12-31-2020 23:03:48  
Think I figured it out it's a zau.



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