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#1 Pager450n OFFLINE  

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Posted February 12, 2015 - 08:04 PM

Figured I should throw this out if any sears guys wanted to take a look.

http://denver.craigs...4863071934.html

 

It is missing the bucket, but comes with a ballast box and snowblade.

 

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Posted February 13, 2015 - 12:53 AM

Looks to be pretty heavy duty--about the same class as the loader on the HT23 Bolens I had.

 

BTW, I've located a Ford 195 (actually a Jacobsen) in Western Colo.  The owner put replaced the hydro but didn't hook everything up... most of the rest of the tractor appears to be there. He wants to keep the wheels because they fit another tractor he has (6 on 6" lugs)... He's asking a bit much, but I'm thinking of driving down there Saturday with the wife...  I've always wanted a Ford LGT195... just not sure I'm ready to take on another basket case.

 

That being said, I did pickup a Snapper LT16 with a good engine, bagger, etc. for $200.  Plan to (temporarily) put the engine in my Ariens just to see how it runs. 

 

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Posted February 13, 2015 - 11:10 AM

BRB - selling my wife so I can go get it.



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Posted February 13, 2015 - 04:39 PM

Looks to be pretty heavy duty--about the same class as the loader on the HT23 Bolens I had.

 

BTW, I've located a Ford 195 (actually a Jacobsen) in Western Colo.  The owner put replaced the hydro but didn't hook everything up... most of the rest of the tractor appears to be there. He wants to keep the wheels because they fit another tractor he has (6 on 6" lugs)... He's asking a bit much, but I'm thinking of driving down there Saturday with the wife...  I've always wanted a Ford LGT195... just not sure I'm ready to take on another basket case.

 

That being said, I did pickup a Snapper LT16 with a good engine, bagger, etc. for $200.  Plan to (temporarily) put the engine in my Ariens just to see how it runs. 

 

Smitty

Steve, now how many fords will you have?  I have seen your storage units :)



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Posted February 14, 2015 - 03:00 PM

Well, let's see... I have a closed side LGT165 and LGT145, an open side LGT 145, and a rolling chassis and fender pan for an LGT125.  The LGT195 would make it 5.

 

But, I got an email from the seller--no 3PH and he wants to keep the rear wheels and tires.  I already have 2...3..urr...4...urrrr LOTS of projects I'm in the middle of so I'm going to pass.

 

BTW I will be getting a 3PH for the Case, so I might need your help getting it plumbed in...

 

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Edited by Utah Smitty, February 14, 2015 - 03:02 PM.





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