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Picked up this little gem from @Shynon Saturday morning. Met with Tom, his son Mike @prondzy, son in law Scott & @Terry M at a restaurant off I90/94 & had a nice breakfast & some chat. They were on an all day & most of the night quest to buy and deliver some horses in IL and IA. Also got a nice tub for my son in law @Rp.wh for yard work & tub rides for his young'uns...an early birthday present from his mom!
I bought this tractor for my wife Cindy who was born in 1962 so now we have a '59, ( the year I was born) a '60, '61 & now the 702. She wants me to paint the tractor candy apple red & Tom says it was a good candidate for a repaint ( his 1st resto ) but I beg to differ.. paint looks good to be but you guys be the judge! Plans for this tractor right now is odd jobs around the ranch and to pull Dino's @stevasaurus 8 inch plow just for fun! Mike informed me he broke the motor in plowing with it for 5 hours. Also Cindy's ride around at shows! Gonna haul wood with it today& quickly becoming my favorite & go to tractor! Excuse me while I go change my handle!
Brought this one home last night. Pretty solid tractor minus the correct engine, seat, belt guard.
Actually bought this one as a home to a Kohler I have sitting on a shelf in my garage.
It will be a "802" with electric G/S. Will go back to original push button ignition as well.
Deestone Tri Ribs on the front and maybe a stack?
That's a Tecumseh overhead valve 5 horse in there now.
I will be needing a correct belt guard and square pan seat if anyone has one.
Also-is the no name amp gauge correct for this? I've always seen SW gauges in WH.
And-Is the seat spring wrong for this tractor? I know the "riser" is an add on, but it looks like the seat spring should have been as tall as the fenders. I think they have the wrong seat spring.