Achto

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About Achto
 
 
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  • Birthday March 12
 
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  • tractors 1960 Suburban 400
    1961 701
    1963 653/Mutt
    1966 1076
    1967 867
    1969 Raider 12
  • favoritemodel 1076
 
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  • Location Redgranite, WI
 
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  1. If you decide to go to a class that will allow you to modify the engine, you would be better off to build a 10hp or larger cast iron Kohler engine to install in your tractor. There are numerous hop up parts for the 10 to 16hp engines.
  2. That's awesome of you Jeff. Orrrr, is this a way to have more tractors. By storing them at the neighbors that is. Seriously, Hats off to you.
  3. I gotta say that I'm a sucker for a heavy moss finish myself, but if it's gotta go.... OK. A mossy finish is not easy to recreate though. Great tractor you have, enjoy it. @prondzy I think the finish on that tractor looks awesome!!
  4. It's great that your friend brought it back to you. Those Speedex tractors are really cool!!
  5. The Cole Hersee part number is 95520-B they are about $70. This would be a direct replacement. https://www.thewrenchmonkey.com/products/auto-parts/cole-hersee/95520b/ Nice looking cables Jim.
  6. Nice looking tractor!!
  7. Most rims use a 1 3/8" o.d. bearing. What you'll really need to pay attention to is the length of the hub on the rim. If it is shorter than your axel you will need to shim the axel to make up the space. If the hub is longer than the axel you will have to make the hub shorter in order to fit it on the axel.
  8. Great looking machine!
  9. Cool pic's! He looks right at home on the Ranger.
  10. I agree with @953 nut, definitely is an RJ. Either a 1958 or '59 model.
  11. Awesome additions to your collection. The rims & tires look bad a55!
  12. I will keep him in my prayers. I hope all turns out well.
  13. Great pic's!! Congrat's on that nice bird.
  14. I used the Neway seat cutters quite often when I worked at a H.D. bike shop. Wish I still had them. Never used the valve grinder, we would just install new valves after lapping.