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#1 Dan O OFFLINE  

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Posted April 02, 2017 - 06:27 PM

Not Mine. Cute little guy.

 

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For Sale, 6hp Broadmoor with mower deck. Model before the 707.

Runs and drives.

Updraft carb needs a little tuning, wiring needs some work as well. Has a later model 3 speed transmission so it has the pto to run a tiller. Tires are in good shape, hubs in the rear seem solid without wobble. Deck is solid, needs a little attention but in good shape.

Asking $200, may trade for Allis Chalmers items.
Located in West Allis, WI

 

https://milwaukee.cr...6070188050.html


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Posted April 02, 2017 - 07:04 PM

Is that one even weaned yet or is it just the runt of the bunch?


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Posted April 02, 2017 - 07:45 PM

seems a little expensive to me.

the real problems with the simplicity small frames is there unique pivot system, which is in the middle of the frame, rather than the front axle.

If these seize, the tractors are practically junk, so id make sure that it isnt stuck, especially when the price is that high.

They run that much, normally, but that one is in rough shape.



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Posted April 02, 2017 - 07:46 PM

Is that one even weaned yet or is it just the runt of the bunch?

That is the first Broadmoor, and the smallest one they made of that series.

There is two smaller size of tractors.

The Yeomans which are a step down, they have the 616 627 637 and 648

Then there is the Serfs, they have the 515 525 and 535.

 

The simplicity 'hierarchy' goes as such:

Wonderboy

Serf

Yeoman

Broadmoor

Landlord

Sovereign 

Then there is the powermax's later on


Edited by 637Yeoman, April 03, 2017 - 06:03 AM.

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Posted April 02, 2017 - 09:19 PM

That is the first Broadmoor, and the smallest one they made of that series.

There is two smaller size of tractors.

The Yeomans which are a step down, they have the 616 627 637 and 648

Then there is the Serfs, they have the 515 525 and 535.

 

The simplicity 'hierarchy' goes as such:

Serf

Yeoman

Broadmoor

Landlord

Sovereign 

Then there is the powermax's later on

 

Thanks for that list Luke, my great uncle had a Landlord back in the late 70's and I want that tractor when my cousin doesn't want it anymore, thanks...


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Posted April 03, 2017 - 04:07 AM

You left out the wonderboys

also looks better than most of the rusted hulks for more$$


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Posted April 03, 2017 - 06:03 AM

You left out the wonderboys

also looks better than most of the rusted hulks for more$$

Well shoot, that completely passed my mind!

Im ashamed..



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Posted April 03, 2017 - 06:26 PM

FYI, My tractor/listing :thumbs:

 

Asking $200, open to offers.  Center pivot is loose and it has crummy looking paint but most of the tin is pretty darn strait and unlike many of the other broadmoors I've had there is no excessive driveline noise.  2 belts, jackshaft, etc all decent condition.

 


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