A very small Craftsman...
Posted July 27, 2010 - 06:27 PM
This little Craftsman was at the Tractor Show in Sandwich, Illinois this past June. I can't remember the company name, but it was made by someone else for Craftsman. Look at the size of that pulley under the hood! The slot, in the top of the hood, is where a v-belt goes through to drive the optional table saw that could be mounted on the hood... how about that for a tractor attachment!!
Posted July 27, 2010 - 06:31 PM
never seen a tractor and table saw all in one LOL
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Posted July 28, 2010 - 06:30 AM
Well that's different.That's a neat looking grill and hood.What year might that be ?
I knew, at the time of the show, some of the history of this little machine but, by the time I got around to posting the picture, I have forgotten it all. Maybe someone will come along that know something about it.
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Posted July 29, 2010 - 06:31 AM
Power Gardening by Hiller. Yard Hand - the modern multi-purpose gardening tool. Yard Hand is designed specifically for the fractional acre and suburban home owner. A mobile power source for most gardening jobs. While the operator rides in comfort Yard hand is a self-propelled mower, sweeper, fertilizer spreader, garden cart, roller, spiker or saw. The all-purpose riding powered garden tool. The Yard Hand is powered by a 2 cycle Power Products engine with recoil. Tractor did not come with brakes but was available as an option for $14.95.
Dimensions: Length - 45" Width - 27" Height - 36" Weight - 131"
1.7 HP Power Products Engine
2 cycle air cooled
200 lb. static draw bar pull - maximum
10 x 3.50-4 front tire
14 x 4.50-6 rear tires
2 stage speed reduction
42-1 in low, 25-1 in high
2 forward speeds
low = 2.4 MPH, high = 4.1 MPH
Edited by mjodrey, July 29, 2010 - 06:36 AM.
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