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Modified Garden Tractor W/ Loader - $1000 (Vars, On)

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#1 jtrojek OFFLINE  

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Posted November 28, 2014 - 04:25 PM



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1000$ cash today only!! i got a tractor with a bucket and blade all hydrolic powered and has a electric generator with 4 15a outlets to plug whatever you want on it.. tractor has a honda gx270 needs a clutch/brake cable but everything else works good. great for around the house




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Posted November 28, 2014 - 06:04 PM

The bucket isnt very big, but that is a good thing. It probably has 3/4" axles. It might be a good mulch hauler, but I wouldnt use it for more than that. It isnt built to be a GT and I wouldnt try to use it like one.

If it was half the price, I might think about putting a log splitter on it.

I am still trying to figue out what it is/ was. Looks like a late 90's roper hood

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Posted November 28, 2014 - 06:18 PM

Hmm! Just like big tractors that were turned around and made into forklifts and other things, I guess?  Seems like a lot of work and planning for just a lighter rig. Maybe someone needs to do that with a bigger frame tractor. New Project Ma!  Hee!

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Posted November 29, 2014 - 11:04 AM

That's the same body work as my Wizard garden tractor, but AYP built both lawn and garden tractors using that long plastic hood. There were Wizards, Ropers, Statesman and several others. The frame was the same as some of the Craftsman tractors but the these had extended hinges for the longer nose.