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    • By RedRanger
      1961 model 401.
      Tractor was stripped and repainted by a previous owner about 8-10 years ago.
      Original K91 engine including original recoil pull starter and kill button on points housing. 
      Runs very clean and sounds good.  I'd assume it has been rebuilt at some time.
      Original Choke and Throttle controls.
      Original correct wheels.
      New sealed wheel bearings.
      Original lift slot hitch.
      Gas tank has be relined by previous owner-no leaks.
      Original tank hangers.
      Hood is straight with no cracks and no repairs.
      Reproduction exhaust heat shield-Ebay reproduction-looks like oem though.
      Tractor includes a 1960's N.O.S. factory shower head muffler, never used.  Tractor has not even been fired with it.
      Original mower deck has been over-restored to nicer than new by me.
      Sandblasted, primed and painted with automotive urethane IH paint, and fully reassembled with new seals, bearings, N.O.S. never used blades (not even sharpened), new belts, decals, and wheels.  (Original mower wheels come with it)
      Deck is fully functional but never used since restored.
      All rims and seat have been sandblasted and powder coated by me.
      4 new inner tubes with brand new Firestone Turf Guides from Miller Tire and older Diamond Turf tires on rear. 
      Tractor drives and shifts nice.
      Could use a trans gasket-has very minor drip.
      Also comes with Correct clutch pedal-not pictured.
      Asking $1250.  I've got more than that in it.

    • By MoreyToo
      I have two of these NOS mufflers that are the identical diameter and dome shape of my showerhead muffler that I have for my 58RJ. These may help someone who has a showerhead muffler with a rusted out dome that wants to attempt to repair it. The showerhead in the picture is there for reference and is not for sale.

    • By Stigian
      Morning all, Nigel and I fired up his
      suburban yesterday and although the engine sounds sweet with no nasty noises the govenor arm does not move freely.
      Cleaning it and a touch of oil has helped a bit but it's still too stiff to move as it should.
      Are we going to have to pull the engine out and pull it apart to see if the problem is internal or will the gov free itself up
      after a while?
      I'm guessing were not the only ones to have this problem, so what did you do to sort it?
      Thanks Guys.