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  • 1973 No Name 12HP Auto


    cdr_warsstar
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      Price: 100
      Location: Zionsville, Indiana
      Contact: 317-910-1714, tobin.mrm@gmail.com, PM

    I have a 1973 No Name 12HP Auto with deck. The engine is free, but it and the wiring need to be completely gone through. Rear seat and metal is messed up. $125 OBO, I might be able to deliver it for a fee depending on distance. Call, text, email, or PM.

     

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    cdr_warsstar, I am interested in your no name 12 auto, I am Jim the cub fan in Carmel. I'll try to reach you o Thursday by phone. l have a trailer so dellivering is not a problem. Thanks for the pictures.  Jim😊😊 my e-mail is jkatterhenry@indy.rr.com

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    do you still have the horse or was it sold as i sure could use some parts off  it the clutch assembly and so much more ;i have one it is a 16 horse and like with yours the wiring is messed up ;could you tell me if there is a safety switch on the pedal ;heck i have tried to start this for weeks but  no spark off the plug ;even if i could see the wiring that goes off the solenoid that would help ;thanks and i look forward to your reply 

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    it seems you have been to busy to send a reply back ;or it was sold and you did not delete your post ;i only ask a few questions so could you be so kind as to reply when you can 

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    Hey, sorry, I've been busy the last few days.

     

    It is still for sale.

     

    It does have a safety switch on the pedal. I'll try and get a picture it and the solenoid wiring tomorrow.

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    On 2/5/2018 at 7:59 PM, cdr_warsstar said:

    Hey, sorry, I've been busy the last few days.

     

    It is still for sale.

     

    It does have a safety switch on the pedal. I'll try and get a picture it and the solenoid wiring tomorrow.

    that is fine as i know most get busy in there life and more important things than the group ;yes i would like to see the picture of the wiring off the coil to the solenoid ;i did buy a switch that came off a B-80 but i really don't think it is the same as no way once you put the pedal down all the way it will not even come close to the small button in the center ;boy the person who had this before really messed up with the wiring and the carb linkage ;do you know if the clutch assembly works and everything is there ;again i sure would be interested in it for parts the deck i am not to worry about as i do have one that will fit ;boy i want to start this thing so bad but even the carb linkage is messed up ;i am not sure if you saw the pictures i posted some time back ;though i could send a few so you can see how bad it is messed up but heck i thought for a 100 bucks i couldn't go wrong ;again i would be interested  as of now like most we are waiting on our tax refunds ;i would be willing to take the ride to get it ;even the safety switch for the PTO

    oh the things people do to these fine old tractors ' do stay in touch 

    for some reason they used a electrical cord from the coil to the solenoid back to the seat safety switch but that is gone and doesn't work anyways ;i sure could use a lot of parts off yours ;

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    On 2/5/2018 at 7:59 PM, cdr_warsstar said:

    Hey, sorry, I've been busy the last few days.

     

    It is still for sale.

     

    It does have a safety switch on the pedal. I'll try and get a picture it and the solenoid wiring tomorrow.

    i see that you have been quite busy there even with the cold and snow ;same here as the cold and now freezing rain 'boy i can't wait for spring as after time the walls seem to get closer ;anyways  if you would get a few pictures ;and yes i am still very interested even the electric  clutch and the PTO setup and the mule drive ;thanks and i look forward to your reply 

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    Here's the wiring off the solenoid. One of the wires has broken off the connector. And here's what the switch for the clutch pedal looks like, though I'm not sure if it's still wired up, I didn't feel any wires coming off of it from the back. And it's a bit hard to look at it at the moment, as it's surrounded by other mowers.

     

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    On 2/5/2018 at 7:59 PM, cdr_warsstar said:

    Hey, sorry, I've been busy the last few days.

     

    It is still for sale.

     

    It does have a safety switch on the pedal. I'll try and get a picture it and the solenoid wiring tomorrow.

    it seems you don't have the time to send the few pictures you mentioned ;i sure could use them 'again once you get the time could you ;thanks 

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    On 9/30/2017 at 8:53 PM, cdr_warsstar said:

    Changed Price to 100

    i was wondering if you still have the tractor as i have replied  a few times and you were suppose to send a few pictures ;yes i know the weather is not the greatest with the snow and the cold so if you would please contact me as i am very interested as i have mentioned ;as i have the same tractor that could use some parts ; thanks and i look forward to your reply ;

    it seems the previous owner used a extent cord from the coil which really goes no wheres and the other wire goes to the key switch ;so really the one wire from the coil doesn't go anywhere 'so i would like to know how the wires go so i can start this tractor and yes the weather here sucks as well 'again i am willing to take the trip there as a retired trucker for close to 40 years and have been in your area 'out tax returns should be here soon 'again please let me know 

     

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    On 2/11/2018 at 12:26 PM, cdr_warsstar said:

    Here's the wiring off the solenoid. One of the wires has broken off the connector. And here's what the switch for the clutch pedal looks like, though I'm not sure if it's still wired up, I didn't feel any wires coming off of it from the back. And it's a bit hard to look at it at the moment, as it's surrounded by other mowers.

     

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    thank you for the pictures as they helpful ;i will always wonder why the previous owner used an extension cord that really doesn't go anywhere ;would you know if the electric clutch is all there as i could use that as well ;we are still waiting on our tax return you know the government ;do stay in touch as i will ;again thank you 

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