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Here is something I never seen till now which really is basically a Roper/Craftsman heavy duty rider.

1993 Yard Pro Estate Series model 95194 w/20hp Kohler 50" cut. Big and tall with a yellow seat which is not original. Runs and rides nice and smooth, cuts grass very well. 6 speed w/reverse and hi/low.

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It has the cast iron front end and rigid frame, the Kohler magnum sounds great. Looks just like the Craftsmans in the store today. Plastic 2 piece hood but metal fender. I know its not a wheel horse but I like it! Needs a serious bath, I took a wet rag and wiped it down to take pictures. You almost couldn't tell what color it was. LOL!

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Well bo, at least it's not one of the green ones. :ychain:

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Well bo, at least it's not one of the green ones. :ychain:

AMEN! brother.

It is a beast of a unit though. Yeah the seat gots to go, but it sits very well. Wonder if I can paint it black.

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The Sears tranny with the Hi/Lo has been around along time and is a very good tranny. A Kohler Mag 20 cant be bad either.

I think its a cool ride!

Mike.............

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I have to say even the pullies on the deck is a heavy duty metal. Wont bend them as easy as the WH deck ones.

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Well bo, at least it's not one of the green ones. :ychain:

AMEN! brother.

It is a beast of a unit though. Yeah the seat gots to go, but it sits very well. Wonder if I can paint it black.

Paint it if you don't mind touching it up occasionally, but VHT vinyl dye will hold up better..

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Scrub the seat with hot soapy water let dry then get the seat warm set in sun or use hairdryer, then paint with vinyl paint should last a long time

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