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Texas Deere and Horse: Thanks for the Welcome. The wheel horse name is stamped into the hood. The transmission appears to be a cast iron rear, with the boiler plate sides.
Pharmer: Thank you too for the Welcome. It is a complete tractor from what I can tell. It has the fenders, rear lift cable, mower deck, and the shields. Again though, I don't know enough about them to tell if something is missing. There is one item that is not there, and that is the air cleaner. The gentleman I bought the tractor from, said he thinks it's laying around the shop somewhere, and if or when he ever comes across it, he will make sure I get it. I think I going to try and find one though, just in case he never gets back to me.
If this is a true RJ, that would be so great! I really bought this tractor for me son, who is small in size, and it just so happens that his name is Ryan James. Can I count on you guys for help, when it comes to locating paint, decals, a rubber lift handle grip, and a transmission shifter boot? Oh, one more thing. There is a hole in the round part of the hood, just below the steering column, about 1/2" in size. What was this hole for? I thought maybe a cigarette lighter, but the hole size isn't big enough, and it seems to be a dump location for one.
Posted June 27, 2011 - 05:18 PM
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