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Posted November 25, 2014 - 07:08 AM

This is just too cool! Some I have owned,seen,wish I had and/or never seen before. The attachments (some with tractors) I have sold AND I still to this day miss very much. 108 CC w/duals, counter weight bar(s), rear weights and Haban Sicle Mo...powered by a Kohler K-321 replacement engine. 1964 100 w/creeper gear, fresh engine build, original paint w/a Mott Hammer knife mower. Brinly plow and disc, home made sleeve hitch furrow plow I made went to a lady from Alaska! Go figure~ All I have is a #40 box blade and 42" front plow and 2 mowing decks. I also miss the K-161 workers and show pieces I have had. Currently I'm workin' our 149 we have had for several yrs. I fabricated a rear view mirror and stationary arm rest. Also have strobe tail lights and one white strobe on the back of the cab.   

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Posted November 25, 2014 - 07:56 AM

If I may...I must give full credit to Steve Coulter of Nashville TN (some may know him as Nashcub) for making the replicated International #40 box blade w/rear scraper option come to materialize. He took his original unit to a local and professional fabrication shop. After making the copy program they produced only 6 units summer of 2011. I went w/Steve to the shop to assist in assembly and got to see how the pieces were cut from a single sheet of 10 ga metal (original was 13 ga.) and bent in a brake then the 6 boxes welded. Come to find out I knew the co-owner who used to be a supervisor were I worked for 27 yrs before the plant closed in 2009. All pieces fit together like they should. Once we got one together we attached it to his 1450 CC and went outback to do some R&D (at the plant/shop)...I told myself I want one! I already knew how my 6' box blade worked but needed a smaller unit to get into small spaces. I brought 2 units home w/me in the raw, painted one for Steve and one for me. I have logged over 60 hrs of use on mine and performs very well. I had to make a 3/8 thick plate lower bracket...OEM was bending. 

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Posted November 25, 2014 - 08:12 AM

If I may...I must give full credit to Steve Coulter of Nashville TN (some may know him as Nashcub) for making the replicated International #40 box blade w/rear scraper option come to materialize. He took his original unit to a local and professional fabrication shop. After making the copy program they produced only 6 units summer of 2011. I went w/Steve to the shop to assist in assembly and got to see how the pieces were cut from a single sheet of 10 ga metal (original was 13 ga.) and bent in a brake then the 6 boxes welded. Come to find out I knew the co-owner who used to be a supervisor were I worked for 27 yrs before the plant closed in 2009. All pieces fit together like they should. Once we got one together we attached it to his 1450 CC and went outback to do some R&D (at the plant/shop)...I told myself I want one! I already knew how my 6' box blade worked but needed a smaller unit to get into small spaces. I brought 2 units home w/me in the raw, painted one for Steve and one for me. I have logged over 60 hrs of use on mine and performs very well. I had to make a 3/8 thick plate lower bracket...OEM was bending. 

 

If that was the same box Steve had at plow day, ....man it's a nice build!


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Posted November 25, 2014 - 08:45 AM

I have the original that your copy was made from :)
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Some of my cat.0 stuff
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Restore brinly
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No.1 tiller with both extensions
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Home made cat. 0 carryall and haban blade
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Brinly planter
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Kwik-way FEL
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Posted December 23, 2014 - 08:43 PM

I got myself a Christmas Present. :dancingbanana:
I have been chasing one of these things for almost two years. Not an "I need", but an "I want"
I answered two different unpriced ads in Pittsburgh- there was a reason they werent priced... they wanted more than what they were worth and they were bent or had bad teeth.
Bid on one on eBay... Nope, not even close.
Ads on here, CL and our local paper.
Finally find one in the barn at my Daughter's best friend's house. Not bent, no wear on the teeth, all teeth there... Gave them fair market value plus a little.... But they threw in an OH180 with compression. Unknown situation where he couldn't get it to start. Started to tear it down, lost faith and just re powered the bobcat. I have one more of the personal "i wants" off my list and I seem to be suffering from perma-grin. :D
EDIT: I will add these to my original list here: http://gardentractor...e-5#entry338544
EDIT: I reassembled the engine and it started on carb cleaner. Big, throaty sound.

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Posted December 23, 2014 - 09:38 PM

well that good for you, and kind of sad at the same time, as I had one I would of sent your way.


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Posted December 24, 2014 - 06:17 AM

Good score on that, Alan!


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Posted December 24, 2014 - 06:54 AM

well that good for you, and kind of sad at the same time, as I had one I would of sent your way.

If I ever can get to a place in my life where I do some traveling, I will stop by and see if you still have it. I would LOVE to look thru your buildings and BS for an afternoon.
Unless you think it will fit in a flat rate box :D
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Posted December 24, 2014 - 07:07 AM

If I ever can get to a place in my life where I do some traveling, I will stop by and see if you still have it. I would LOVE to look thru your buildings and BS for an afternoon.
Unless you think it will fit in a flat rate box :D

There's always Fastenal, Alan!


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Posted December 24, 2014 - 02:16 PM

well of it will fit, you'll just have to weld all the 3" parts back together.lol


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Posted January 18, 2015 - 10:36 PM

my 1st attachment i have made for my g/tractor , a carryall to work out the lift & tilt & such  still a little room for improvements , has electric lift 12volt worm thread replaced from 240 volts motor . Surprised me how much the unit can lift P5310247.JPG P5310249.JPG


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Posted March 07, 2015 - 06:19 PM

Just added an early Model 36 Snowthrower and a Model 42 Blade with the flat fender adapter to the collection:

 

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Posted July 12, 2015 - 09:20 AM

Picked up a couple at the Ashtabula Engine Show last weekend.
The Lime Spreader is a Year Long acquisition. The PO and I kept missing each other at shows due to work schedules and prior commitments. He was kind enough to hold it for me and bring it with him to this year's show where we both would be.
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It's kind of an enigma, cant find much info at all about them. There is a pic of one in the 1968 sales brochure I have but no number.
If anyone has a manual or info, please let me know.

The Spring Tooth was something I wanted. It was on the upper end or what it's worth, but I've been a good boy lately and I wanted it. (dont tell my wife)
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Anyways, I've added them to my post on page 5, so this is pretty much just a thread bump.
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Posted July 14, 2015 - 07:03 AM

Picked up a couple at the Ashtabula Engine Show last weekend.
The Lime Spreader is a Year Long acquisition. The PO and I kept missing each other at shows due to work schedules and prior commitments. He was kind enough to hold it for me and bring it with him to this year's show where we both would be.


It's kind of an enigma, cant find much info at all about them. There is a pic of one in the 1968 sales brochure I have but no number.
If anyone has a manual or info, please let me know.

The Spring Tooth was something I wanted. It was on the upper end or what it's worth, but I've been a good boy lately and I wanted it. (dont tell my wife)



Anyways, I've added them to my post on page 5, so this is pretty much just a thread bump.

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Picked up a couple at the Ashtabula Engine Show last weekend.
The Lime Spreader is a Year Long acquisition. The PO and I kept missing each other at shows due to work schedules and prior commitments. He was kind enough to hold it for me and bring it with him to this year's show where we both would be.


It's kind of an enigma, cant find much info at all about them. There is a pic of one in the 1968 sales brochure I have but no number.
If anyone has a manual or info, please let me know.

The Spring Tooth was something I wanted. It was on the upper end or what it's worth, but I've been a good boy lately and I wanted it. (dont tell my wife)



Anyways, I've added them to my post on page 5, so this is pretty much just a thread bump.

kool Attachments & love the spring tine ripper or cultivator plow witch ever u want to call them

we call them either 1 here

Shane :cowboy_shooter:
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Posted August 10, 2015 - 04:34 PM

Got the frame only part of a wheelbarrow attachment.
I found a tub that was "close-ish" to the completely rotten one that was falling off the frame when I bought it cheap.
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It's not the right color, not pretty, not OEM, but it's another attachment , its dog approved, and I had a lot of fun with it in the parade carrying the snack for Ryan's ride-along.

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