So far I need the air cleaner for the engine, the entire implement control assembly (the handle and rod), cables (they are worn out), a few belts (cracked), and all the rubber control handle covers, a screw or two and a tine for the cultivator attachment, as well as tires (which are $200, probably the most expensive part)
I'll probably know more tomorrow when I take it out of the field and wash it off.
It doesn't run, and the engine's locked up.
Here's the pics of the tractor.
(Why did they use Calcium Chloride in tires back then?)
The type no. of the Briggs and Stratton engine is 702814 and the serial no. is 89645
Edited by cody6268, April 26, 2014 - 06:35 PM.