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Refurbished 1973 Jacobsen GT-12 & 42" deck



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#1 relic7680 OFFLINE  

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Posted May 26, 2017 - 06:30 PM

Probably the cleanest example on the market. This tractor has undergone extensive refit at a cost of over $6000. Professionally rebuilt Kohler K301AS with over $700 in parts alone, professional body and paint (frame and engine paint left preserved where possible), original 1973 Goodyear tires with new tubes from Austria. Decals made custom from photos/measurements where suitable replacements were not offered. Reengineered and fabricated grille support with spare ($500 alone). Correct orange and white colors. Re-plated deck height lever by Paul's Chrome Plating. Way too much to list here....

 

Runs excellent, all gears work as they should, and PTO/deck are 100% operable. Later replacement (1980s) deck gone through and decals are with unit, but not installed. Also have belt cover, but needs painted and installed. Some paint chips on deck from transport. LESS THAN ONE HOUR RUN TIME AND NOT CUT WITH SINCE WORK COMPLETED.

 

Extras include photos during the rebuild, all receipts, Jacobsen and Kohler manuals, extra paint, and various spares. In my family since new. Reluctantly selling due to life circumstances.

 

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Posted May 26, 2017 - 07:16 PM

That is a museum quality restoration from as far as I can see. Good luck with the sell!
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Posted May 27, 2017 - 08:02 AM

Where did you find the dust caps for your front wheels?

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Posted May 27, 2017 - 08:18 AM

Where did you find the dust caps for your front wheels?

Bought them NOS from Messick's New Holland in PA if I recall. NH got all the Ford/Jacobsen stock and has parts diagrams by model on their website. I looked up mine under # 09JC3220.


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