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#16 antiquetractors OFFLINE  

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Posted December 27, 2011 - 05:20 PM

I am new to Bolens so I am not familiar with all the different makes and models. That just makes me love this tractor even more lol.

The majority of the riders and walkbehinds used an aluminum grille, The cast iron grill was used only for a year or two I believe.

Do you have the model # of your tractor?
There are manuals for just about every model in the manuals section if you dont have a manual for yours yet.



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Posted December 27, 2011 - 06:28 PM

:yeah_that:

In June 2010, I inherited an 800 that had a 42" plow, a round back tiller, and a Brinly dump cart.

Now, 1 1/2 year later...well, just look at my sig, which doesn't have the Large Frame tiller listed yet.

These danged Bolens, especially the Tube Frames, are like a disease :D:D:D


I thought you were a long time Bolens Nut. I was given my first Bolens in August of 2010, I have quite a ways to go to catch up to you.

This is a great hobby and I really am enjoying it.




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