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#1 Traill95 OFFLINE  

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Posted March 07, 2015 - 05:13 PM

A friend of mine finally decided he could let go of this tractor so I decided since I didn't have a Sears Tractor that I should buy this one. He made me a good deal I think ($200).  Model # is 917 257050, Serial # is 58B01898.  Seems to run good but needs a good cleaning. I will be looking for a 3 point for it.

 

 

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Posted March 07, 2015 - 05:22 PM

looking good for $200. They are a good work horse.


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Posted March 07, 2015 - 05:51 PM

My GT19.9 is such a workhorse.  I am sure you will enjoy this tractor.  They are easy to run, versatile, and parts are nation wide as parts units.

The only piece of that tractor to really baby is the engine, they arent fragile... just parts are 'spensive


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Posted March 07, 2015 - 07:41 PM

3pt on epay last I looked. don't recall the price. They are not too hard to find, prices are up/down all around.  Cheaper ones are sold by people that don't know what they have really. Watch at shows if you don't need real soon.



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Posted March 08, 2015 - 07:14 AM

I think you did okay on that. Looks like it's all there!



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Posted March 08, 2015 - 10:01 AM

I have a long arm model out back that I want to sell, shipping might be expensive fromCT to you but for a member $65 plus shipping. If your interested PM me I'll try to dig it out and take pics. might have a pic somewhere in this computer.

 By the way nice looking tractor  


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Posted March 08, 2015 - 10:05 AM

I found them,

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 To get part # that may take a while. I also have an unused electric lift still in the box?? plugs right in to switch on dash ,harness plug  should be near left tire. I will take pics of that for anyone interested as well as get part #. I believe it was around 77-78 due to the tractor it came with ( never installed)


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Posted March 08, 2015 - 02:54 PM

nice snag for $200.

At least it wasn't painted green and yellow 

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Posted April 12, 2015 - 12:06 PM

I found them,

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 To get part # that may take a while. I also have an unused electric lift still in the box?? plugs right in to switch on dash ,harness plug  should be near left tire. I will take pics of that for anyone interested as well as get part #. I believe it was around 77-78 due to the tractor it came with ( never installed)

My billfold yells no but I am interested in the electric part.



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Posted April 13, 2015 - 06:53 PM

Tracy aka Trail95 bought the whole setup . Sorry



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Posted May 13, 2017 - 11:57 AM

I have had a GT16 for around 7 years.  I got mine for $200 bucks also.  The tank was leaking by the stem, couldn't fix it, so I put one an old bigger gas small barrel shaped tank hanging off a bracket I made for it, which has a glass gas collator, so I can see the gas.  Funny thin is that two weeks after getting the tractor, sitting at the transfer station (dump) was, new in the box, the Snowblower attachment!!  This things blows snow like you wouldn't believe.  Once fitted, just 4 bolts to remove for installation and removal, I leave the other brackets on full year round, as they are not in the way.  I love this beast of a machine.  I like that in low range, you can get off the tractor and walk alongside it, then hop right back on.  I also got the deck with mine, which seems to have never been used.  It easily moves my 1968 16 foot Shasta Air-Flyte camper around the yard. :)


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Posted May 14, 2017 - 06:28 AM

I have had a GT16 for around 7 years.  I got mine for $200 bucks also.  The tank was leaking by the stem, couldn't fix it, so I put one an old bigger gas small barrel shaped tank hanging off a bracket I made for it, which has a glass gas collator, so I can see the gas.  Funny thin is that two weeks after getting the tractor, sitting at the transfer station (dump) was, new in the box, the Snowblower attachment!!  This things blows snow like you wouldn't believe.  Once fitted, just 4 bolts to remove for installation and removal, I leave the other brackets on full year round, as they are not in the way.  I love this beast of a machine.  I like that in low range, you can get off the tractor and walk alongside it, then hop right back on.  I also got the deck with mine, which seems to have never been used.  It easily moves my 1968 16 foot Shasta Air-Flyte camper around the yard. :)

:welcometogttalk:  Start a new thread and introduce yourself to the group. Don't forget we like pics too.


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