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This will be the thread we use to post anything you would like to buy/sell or trade at the big show this year. If you are interested in an item you see, please use PM's to work out deals and details.

 

HAPPY HORSE TRADING!!  :wh::wh::wh:

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I will be there with my BRAKE LININGS and LUG NUT kits. I will also have 9-pin connectors.

 

So, that's a start. I will probably have my Commando 8 there with a FOR SALE sign on it again this year.

 

Other stuff will be added as the snow melts and I can see what under the tarps.

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:rolleyes: Can we see the Commando Eight here Bob?

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:rolleyes: Got to be #1 on the all time list...

of worst :wh: fails.   :text-imsorry:

So, I guess it's got some provenance Bob...  :confusion-shrug:

probably will be hard to put a $ value on that accomplishment though.

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5 hours ago, oldredrider said:

Here's one angle

Only funny because we know Bob @rmaynard wasn't seriously injured and the :wh: wasn't either.

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HaHaHaHaHa.:laughing-rolling: 

 

 

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Posted (edited)

Looking for a 551 roller must have decent hood and does not need to have a motor.

 

 

 

 

 

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I will be parting out a 1045. All but the steering wheel are up for sale. Yes I have the original front tires. One has been repaired and held air, but needs a new tube. Let me know what you want and I will price it accordingly. SOLD!!

 

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SOLD!!

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Sure would love me a 953/1054 to find its way to my trailer. :handgestures-thumbup: I have some things I will get out this weekend. Not a lot but maybe someone can use them.

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On 3/23/2018 at 7:14 AM, oldredrider said:

Here's one angle...:handgestures-thumbupright:

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That's a great looking tractor no matter which angle it's at :ychain:

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I can bring this K-341 (spec 71309) to the big show or other arrangements can be made. This is the motor that I purchased new (WW Grainger)and installed on my 1976 B-80. I’ve used it a lot since the reunion mowing and pushing snow. It does run good but it smokes on start up. It didn’t seem bad in the summer with the 30w in it but with the 10w30 in the winter it’s quite the skeeter chaser for about the first 10-15 seconds or so. The video doesn’t really show it but believe me, it does. I wanted to rebuild the carb and fuel pump but with the move and remodeling I just didn’t have the time so I’m thinking that should be done. As far as internally…..   The owner during my 17 years away from it had some engine work done in 2010. All I can tell you is that the receipt shows piston, rings, gasket set oil and ‘overhaul 16hp Kohler’. I have no clue as to the quality of work or any machining that may have been done. The cost for the parts and labor was $541.00.

I don’t want to mess with this motor and would rather see it go to someone that will give it the love it deserves. I latched on to a freshly rebuilt K-341 that was done by an outstanding mechanic who is very meticulous about his work. Needless to say I’m anxious to get a basically new motor on my favorite tractor.

 I think $200.00 is a fair price since it runs good. I’ll be removing the PTO parts, drive pulley and the regulator. The regulator was on the motor when new and is different than what came on the tractor. You can see it bolted to the shroud on the back of the motor. If I happen to come across a 101450 or Stens 435-084 I would let this regulator go with the motor.

I don’t want anybody to get an unpleasant surprise. Please ask questions.

 

https://youtu.be/LhXKjIhfy40

 

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On 3/22/2018 at 1:22 PM, Mike'sHorseBarn said:

This will be the thread we use to post anything you would like to buy/sell or trade at the big show this year. If you are interested in an item you see, please use PM's to work out deals and details.

 

HAPPY HORSE TRADING!!  :wh::wh::wh:

Hey ..... This is the thread I usually start:ph34r:

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28 minutes ago, stevebo said:

Hey ..... This is the thread I usually start:ph34r:

Image result for mike couldn't wait

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13 hours ago, stevebo said:

Hey ..... This is the thread I usually start:ph34r:

 

My deepest apologies!! I was getting impatient!! :D

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I'll just throw this out there, my bucket list.  Or things I would like if a decent deal could be made.

Of course, I can't buy all of them at once, but just tractors that are desirable.

first on the list is:

 

Tall shoot snow thrower

1257

1267

1277

1276

SK486

C-160

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I have a couple of things for sale that I plan to bring to the show.

 

Unrestored and original 1966 Lawn Ranger L156 in excellent running condition and with the original deck. It still mows perfectly and is in great shape.

It was never used much and was always stored inside. I did replace the rear tires as the old ones were done. Otherwise totally original.

Not too crazy about letting my jewel go but could use the space in my garage. Ugh.

 

An early 90's Wheel Horse/Toro dump trailer. Basically new and had very little use. Has all factory Wheel Horse stickers on it.

It was matched with my 244h and both were bought new and together.

 

Feel free to PM me if interested. I'll post pics in a day or two.

 

 

 

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Posted (edited)

Mower deck that came with a 1960 Suburban.  Not going to mow with the Suburban.  So......SOLD to AMC Rules

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I am looking for 60" deck belt covers if anyone has any. Seems impossible to find!

Thanks

Dave

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I converted a 1970 Charger 12 from the "breakerless ign" option to a coil/points system.

Everything worked when I bought it.

1.  Ignition coil.  The tab is broken (they had it jerry-rigged w/ a piece of bailing wire) so to me its iffy.  I guess if a person was handy with a soldering iron??????

2.  Trigger

3. 10 amp Stator, Rectifier and Flywheel

With the exception of the coil, everything is in good condition

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1 hour ago, RJ Hamner said:

1.  Ignition coil.  The tab is broken (they had it jerry-rigged w/ a piece of bailing wire) so to me its iffy.  I guess if a person was handy with a soldering iron??????

2.  Trigger

3. 10 amp Stator, Rectifier and Flywheel

What are you asking for then items individually or as a unit?

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I was thinking $80 for the "bunch"

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58 minutes ago, RJ Hamner said:

I was thinking $80 for the "bunch"

I think someone posted a wanted ad on here for the ignition unit. Check it out.

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