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  • tractors
    1960 Suburban 400
    1961 701
    1963 653/Mutt
    1966 1076
    1967 867
    1969 Raider 12
    1981 C-145
    1994 520H
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  1. Achto

    Can you help ID this wheel horse?

    International Harvester off white looks good also.
  2. Achto

    tires

    More source's for pulling tires. https://vogelmanufacturing.com/garden-tractor/tires.html http://www.proformancepros.com/cgi-bin/commerce.cgi?search=action&category=tire And some info on pulling tires. http://gardentractorpullingtips.com/wheels.htm
  3. Achto

    Park brake 1276

    Here is a picture of what it should look like when done. Let me know if you need more pictures.
  4. Achto

    Park brake 1276

    I don't remember either. What can I say, some times I tend to be a little off. The 2 holes in the front bracket can be placed to your liking. the single hole will have to line up with the hole in the drive belt guard. The 2 brackets for the rear mount will have to line up with the two holes in the tool box. I'll get you a picture.
  5. Achto

    tires

    If they have opened up the rules, then I would use that to my full advantage. These would be the only type of tire that I would buy. http://www.millertire.com/products/lawn-garden-tires/26x12-00-12/26x12-00-12-mayhill-giant-puller/ You could search around for a lower price. Firestones 23 degree tractor lug's would be a second choice.
  6. Achto

    McLean restoration

    It's not quite that fast.. With a top speed of about 15mph it will leave a stock Cub Cadet 782 in the dust though. Oh yea, did I mention that there are no brakes! Not a factory option to my knowledge.
  7. Achto

    Hello from FL

  8. When you make your choice on which products you will use for your restoration, please read & follow the instructions provided with the product. Most important -Please remember to wear your PPE.
  9. Achto

    McLean restoration

    Thanks!! I've had a few people inform me of this one. I would like to own this one but the price is waayyy out of my reach, specially with the travel time figured in. I do like the decal on the hood but I'm not sure if it would be right for mine. Then again with so little info available, what's right?? The hood on that tractor is a different shape than mine. It opens from the front instead of from the back. All the other pictures that I have seen have the hood attached to the grill and hinged at the bottom of the grill like mine has. In fact that is the first picture of that style of hood that I've seen. I'm very intrigued by the one for sale & wish I knew what the grill looked like from the factory.
  10. Achto

    Values of running Kohler K90 & K91 engines?

    If you check out the postings people are asking more than $400 for so called running k91's and around $150ish for ones that are less than complete. The last one that I bought I paid $140 for locally. It ran but... every mosquito for a 2 block radius was instantly killed or chased away by the cloud of smoke that spewed out of it when I started it. I have not found any rebuild kits for these so all the parts need to be purchased separately "if you can find them". After spending another $300+ I rebuilt mine and had it running like new. As a note Kohler has been continually discontinuing parts for these and the after market companies don't seem to be picking them up.
  11. Achto

    Jump starters

    http://www.google.com/shopping/product/2129959191941506387?lsf=seller:6583990,store:4757982292229350362&prds=oid:2769330082643202090&q=schumacher+jump+starter&hl=en&ei=JCc3XOjyMs-6ggf_vYGQCw&lsft=gclid:EAIaIQobChMI9fKriInj3wIVzIKzCh27Yg6OEAQYBiABEgJEBPD_BwE I've had good luck with this one, 1000amps of starting power & not much bigger than a cell phone.
  12. Very nice work on that tractor!! What a score on the K91. The Schnacke recoil alone is worth 3X what you paid for the engine. Well done Sir.
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