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  1. 6 points
    Just because it is snowing outside A-Z Tractor is still able to sell parts because the goal is to disassemble the tractors as soon as possible and have the parts on a shelf ready to ship. Enjoy winter with the rest of us but don't hesitate to call for parts at A-Z Tractor because our inventory is inside and future parts are waiting outside for spring. Phone 1-717-821-2542 email is aztractor255@gmail.com website http://a-ztractor.com/
  2. 6 points
    Just tell the wife, "It's on clearance!!!!" For some reason, my wife can't seem to avoid the clearance aisles and usually buys something that we really don't need only because it was on clearance.
  3. 6 points
    That is a sweet looking horse. My dad's old 161 looks dark too and it's original paint with some touch up so it might be age. This is it compared to the redone 701 I got from Denny Clarke.
  4. 4 points
    Sometimes when she tells me NO...I'll just fall outa my chair and throw a fit ...Then she just looks at me and tells me that's some good therapy...now lets seeya get back in... Hate to see what will happen if I come across a reel mower...
  5. 4 points
    That is a hand push cultivator, when I was a kid my dad had a 1/4 acre garden next to the house we had a couple of these great tools. We used this between rototiller session to keep the weeds under control. Many of these were made by Planet Junior. In soft soil they work wonders and are easy to control and limit damage to the vegetables.
  6. 4 points
    I got it! Man is it a beautiful machine - 481 hours with the bagger and canopy and a deck - there was no oil leaking anywhere at all - the column motion control will take a minute to get used to but not really an issue IMO - I got it for $525 - I can probably sell my junky craftsman for close to that so it will be like I traded for it - its bigger than I expected which is good - the bagger is an original wheel horse so that's a huge bonus and it hooks up in basically seconds - too easy. At idle this thing is SUPER quiet - that was unexpected. The only negative I could find on it is that the seat needs replaced - I hate to even say that - very grateful to have this thing - thanks everyone for your input! oh yeah, one more issue - the idle adjuster when set all the way up immediately starts to jog down about halfway - seems like a simple mechanical fix but has anyone else ran into this issue? would love some more info on that foot pedal kit if you have it or remember the guy that did it
  7. 4 points
    The wrapper 20a is the main snowthrower body including the end plates. The wrapper name likely comes from the fact the sheet metal wraps around the auger. Most of us think of it as a blower housing assembly as it is welded together forming a single part. Your model may be slightly different than the 1978 model as minor improvements were made over the years. Garry
  8. 4 points
    I recently purchased this one and has the same color paint.. Mine looke to have had some touch ups but not a complete repaint. I bet that is the color paint used at that time..
  9. 4 points
    For a professional rebuild of both the pump and motor that is not way out of line. (I was quoted about 500 for the motor a few years ago) They will use new parts and they are not cheap. if you have some skills and time you can do much better on your own. A lot depends on how badly worn/damaged your unit is.
  10. 3 points
    Hello all, This storm has been boring and all too commonplace. Maybe it will pickup... I dunno. Im not looking for death and carnage but the stupid weather guys made it seem a whole lot more impressive. At least I got day off! Tony 20170314_081147.mp4 20170314_080442.mp4 20170314_081526.mp4
  11. 3 points
    for those tight spots?
  12. 3 points
    Remember there are people out there with way more expensive hobbies than what we do. Besides I need tractors to do work around the house, one for this and one for that,then an extra in case of?
  13. 3 points
    It's needs vs wants. I don't NEED 15 Wheel Horses and implements but I do WANT them! I didn't NEED to purchase a N.O.S. Wheel Horse planter but I really did WANT it! Then there's wants vs financial ability, I really want a 420 LSE but......
  14. 3 points
    Post some pictures of your tractor and you will get a definite answer to your question plus any others you might have about it. Otherwise it's just a WAG.
  15. 3 points
    I know he would win at Jeopardy!
  16. 3 points
    Don't you have a whole barn full of "Don't need it"?
  17. 3 points
    What's with these guys... RUN , don't HESITATE , PROCRASTINATE , HIM-HAA ,TWITTLE YOUR THUMBS , MOZEY AROUND... Someone will swoop in and grab them right from under your nose... This isn't no it's happened to me more than once !
  18. 3 points
    @gwest_ca Garry figured it out!
  19. 3 points
    I'm surprised guys are using E clips to hold their front tires on instead of snap rings. E clips seem to come off much easier than a snap ring does.
  20. 2 points
    I've got one of these in the garden that we use for cultivating weeds sometimes, but mainly for my little girls to try to figure out how to use it. There is a sure trick to keeping the handle at the right height so that it won't dig too much or get blocked up.
  21. 2 points
    Thanks. I will post pics soon.
  22. 2 points
    Liberty (female) is iced in this morning..
  23. 2 points
    While doing some more searches, I have found some hand plows, but this doesn't really look like the other ones. Any type of hand plow must be some real work.
  24. 2 points
    I got here late John, But WRAPPER also had me convinced it was the chute rotator cable. Now I'm really confused with the wheel elevation assembly being a wrapper. May be it is rapper.
  25. 2 points
    I was WAY off. Yes, the older blowers had steel wheels which could be adjusted with those holes instead of skid shoes
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