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New fender pan for my 67 lawn ranger

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I just bought a 1967 WH lawn ranger and i was wondering the best place to find a rear fender pan

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SylvanLakeWH

:text-welcomeconfetti:

 

Post a wanted add in classified section.

 

Also could call A to Z tractor - vendor section of classifieds. He might be able to set you up.

 

Whats wrong with the one you have?

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pfrederi

Welcome to red square.  i have a Lawn Ranger my favorite, Lots of modifications on yours.  Must be fast with that big drive pulley

 

www.a-ztractor.com

 

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stevasaurus

Place an ad in the "Wanted Classifieds".  The best circulation there.  :handgestures-thumbupright:

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Pullstart

:text-welcomeconfetti:  That looks quite customized.  You might enjoy those mud flaps… they remind me of a Honda Big Red three wheeler!

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Achto

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roadapples

:text-yeahthat::WRS:

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Matt_8
15 hours ago, SylvanLakeWH said:

:text-welcomeconfetti:

 

Post a wanted add in classified section.

 

Also could call A to Z tractor - vendor section of classifieds. He might be able to set you up.

 

Whats wrong with the one you have?

Thanks the one I have seems to have a good amount of rust and if i barely try to pick it up by there it makes a crunching noise.

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Matt_8
15 hours ago, pfrederi said:

Welcome to red square.  i have a Lawn Ranger my favorite, Lots of modifications on yours.  Must be fast with that big drive pulley

 

www.a-ztractor.com

 

It does about ten in third but it feels perfect so much fun

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Matt_8
11 hours ago, Pullstart said:

:text-welcomeconfetti:  That looks quite customized.  You might enjoy those mud flaps… they remind me of a Honda Big Red three wheeler!

Yes i see that now once i bring it in the woods i’ll see how they do!

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Handy Don
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57 minutes ago, Matt_8 said:

Thanks the one I have seems to have a good amount of rust and if i barely try to pick it up by there it makes a crunching noise.

The fenders on the Lawn Ranger (or any of the WHs, really) were never designed for lifting the tractor. Strictly for keeping the operator separated from the tires.

You could add some strengthening at the rear if you need that sort of use.

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oldlineman

Even when new I wouldn't think they would stand up to that kind of use. Bob

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