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1969 Simplicity Yeoman; 1946 Graham Paige ROTOTILLER; 1970's 16hp Montgomery Wards; 1964 Wonderboy



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#1 637Yeoman OFFLINE  

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Posted April 16, 2017 - 06:49 PM

627 Yeoman has a rebuilt motor, that has one season on it, along with a brand new starter that has never been used. It comes with a deck, that has some issues, but does work.

Tires are all original, left rear has a slow leak that leaks out in about two to three days.

'Turn key' tractor, even though i rope start it, it starts first pull, always.

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125$ Dont make them like this anymore, and perfect for the mowing season

 

1946 Graham Paige Rototiller

Got this a while back, and it has run in the past.

Recoil spring broke, and thats where we left it.

Tines are in good shape, has the original muffler which is hard to find.

Gas tank is good, needs a little bit of cleaning.

Tires are bad

Needs a little bit of work, but wont take much.

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225$ Or best offer

 

1970's Montgomery Wards 16HP Variable

This tractor also has some qwerks 

Carb will not come with it, and is missing a starter and seat

Motor is free, transmission and bevel gear box look good.

This thing is a tank, and needs a good home.

Front tires are good, back ones are not.

One has a slash in it, and one needs a new valve stem

Will NOT part out

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70$ Or best offer

 

1964 Simplicity Wonderboy 404

All new belts, new blade

All original

Would make a good user

Mowed with this tractor for a season, and had no issues

Valves do have some chatter

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Posted April 16, 2017 - 07:38 PM

Not coming to east central IN any time soon, would you?  I would be interested in the wards for that money.



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Posted April 16, 2017 - 07:40 PM

Not coming to east central IN any time soon, would you?  I would be interested in the wards for that money.

Sadly im not



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Posted April 16, 2017 - 07:43 PM

Are the bushings still in the front axle pivot?  What area are you in?  Maybe can talk the wife into a road trip.  I have one of these that my Grandpa bought new, need one for spares.  Mine works good for now, but anything it needs has to be fabbed.



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Posted April 16, 2017 - 07:46 PM

Are the bushings still in the front axle pivot?  What area are you in?  Maybe can talk the wife into a road trip.  I have one of these that my Grandpa bought new, need one for spares.  Mine works good for now, but anything it needs has to be fabbed.

I do believe they are still in it, are you planning to part it out?

Because i dont want that to happen.

As dumb as it sounds, i refuse to sell it if anyone plans to part it out.

Im in southwest michigan



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Posted April 16, 2017 - 07:54 PM

Not parting to sell, but it would become a donor to keep one with family history alive.  My up coming problems are the front axle bolster/bushings are shot.  I understand your position, I am the same way.  I bought a non-runner, but complete one, at an auction as an intended parts machine.  Got it home and had it running 10 minutes after getting it off the truck.  Can't bring myself to split it up, use it on the tiller and snow blower, so been looking for an incomplete one to have a spare right angle box, steering, engine, and other knick knacks.


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Posted April 16, 2017 - 07:56 PM

Not parting to sell, but it would become a donor to keep one with family history alive.  My up coming problems are the front axle bolster/bushings are shot.  I understand your position, I am the same way.  I bought a non-runner, but complete one, at an auction as an intended parts machine.  Got it home and had it running 10 minutes after getting it off the truck.  Can't bring myself to split it up, use it on the tiller and snow blower, so been looking for an incomplete one to have a spare right angle box, steering, engine, and other knick knacks.

Everything on it seems to be very tight

It wasnt used much before i got it

Thanks, Luke


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Posted April 16, 2017 - 07:56 PM

Would be nice to have a spare bolster to fix and swap out, probably in conjunction with an engine overhaul.  I have a few ideas to improve the bolster pivot area with bearings, but it will take my machinist a bit to get it done.  As both the tractors are full time use, can't have them down.


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Posted April 16, 2017 - 07:58 PM

Would be nice to have a spare bolster to fix and swap out, probably in conjunction with an engine overhaul.  I have a few ideas to improve the bolster pivot area with bearings, but it will take my machinist a bit to get it done.  As both the tractors are full time use, can't have them down.

 

the tractor is heavy duty, but like all tractors, it does have its weak points



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Posted April 18, 2017 - 02:24 PM

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Posted April 20, 2017 - 08:04 AM

Need these gone.

Price drop

Rototiller is 200$, any less, i dont feel comfortable selling at that price point

627 is now 100, this is a steal.

Trying to help out a friend, Thanks, Luke



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Posted September 12, 2017 - 06:50 PM

Do you still have the tiller?







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