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Dan C

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    1960 suburban 400

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    Buckland, Ma

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  1. Dual wheel adapters

    I think I saw some on RI. Craigslist 🤔🤔
  2. hey,  Bob do you still have that suburban deck?

  3. Suburban

    Hello, looking for a mower deck for my 1960 suburban 400. Also a slot hitch. Thanks DanC
  4. Hello, I have a chance to buy a reel mower that came off of a 1962 tractor. (Model unknown) can anyone tell me if this will fit on my 1960 suburban 400.
  5. Thanks for the info, after I posted my question I found the manual,on the forum. Thanks again this forum has a lot of info once I figure out how to navigate through it.:thanks:

  6. Hello, I'm looking for information on my suburban 400 oil type and capasity for my transaxle. Or where I can get a manual. ( paper ) thanks, Dan C
  7. Dual wheel adaptors

  8. Dual wheel adaptors

    Can you send me pictures? I'm in Massachusetts. So I don't know it would cost to ship. And how much do you want. Are the rims 12x5 ? thanks, Dan.C
  9. Dual wheel adaptors

    Hello thanks for the info (wheelhorseman) responded and I will be getting them from him. I will try heating it to cherry red . Thanks for the advice. Do you have any idea where I could get rear rims for my 60 suburban 400. I don't know how to post under "introductions"
  10. Dual wheel adaptors

    Hello, I'm new to this forum. I am looking for a pair or dual wheel adaptors for my new project a 1960 suburban 400 witch I picked up last week. I'm going to restore it as close as I can to original. The motor I got running and painted today. ( I will post pictures tomorrow) there are a few things that need doing as you might know. I'm also looking for a few parts here and there. Anyone have any ideas how to get the steering wheel off, the roll pin is very rusted on I tried heat and drilling out the roll pin but I would need to invest in a lot of drill bits if that is the way to do it. thanks, Dan C