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#1 dtsh OFFLINE  

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Posted November 27, 2017 - 03:17 PM

I've got what's left of a Bolens 650, I kept a few parts for my 750, but there's a lot of other bits I just don't want and I'd like to recover the storage space instead of putting them up (to never be seen again).

 

They're in Wisconsin, a little west of Oshkosh, but I occasionally travel a few hours south into northern Illinois (Chicago and burbs) and might consider a hand-off if it's not too far out of my way...

 

The price can't be beat, as they're free for the taking; I just want them gone. If I have to move them again I'm putting them in my scrap bin and from there it's off to the scrapyard in the spring for anything that's left.

 

I'm slow to respond, so don't fret if you want some of this junk and I haven't responded in a day or three.

 

 

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There's also the front axle assembly, tubes, and transmission housing (I'm keeping the gears for the 750), and some rims/tires for both front and back.

 

I also have an Eaton 10 (takes the hotdog style filter) here, it's not mine, but it is for sale - if interested I can put you in touch with the owner.


Edited by dtsh, November 27, 2017 - 03:57 PM.

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Posted November 27, 2017 - 04:26 PM

Ok

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Posted November 27, 2017 - 05:17 PM

I forgot to mention that the cowling for the dash/steering column is also in fair shape should that be wanted.



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Posted November 27, 2017 - 05:21 PM

Are you willing to ship anything? I could use some of the parts for my 800. If you are I could send pictures of what I needed and we could figure out shipping. Let me know, thanks!
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Posted November 27, 2017 - 11:17 PM

Are you willing to ship anything? I could use some of the parts for my 800. If you are I could send pictures of what I needed and we could figure out shipping. Let me know, thanks!

 

If you cover the costs, I'll happily ship it anywhere if it will make it leave my garage. :P

 

Let me know which parts you need and, if needed, I'll do my best to remove them from whatever part(s) you don't want. Need better pictures of a part to see if it's worth shipping? No problem, I'm happy for every piece that doesn't end up scrapped.


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Posted November 28, 2017 - 08:41 AM

Would you have a good drag link? It from the steering sector to the r/fr wheel. Mine, the front stud broke out. I could also use a steering colum, but that would cost too much to ship to Connecticut.. 



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Posted November 28, 2017 - 09:10 AM

This would be what I need. I have no idea on shipping cost which worries me a little. I assume some of the stuff is heavy. Shipped to 14057 zip code. It’s crazy that you can ship 100# cast wheel weights for a fair price because they are the “right size” but this stuff may get pricey because of there shapes. If shipping is reasonable I’d take the stuff.

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Posted November 28, 2017 - 09:56 AM

Would you have a good drag link? It from the steering sector to the r/fr wheel. Mine, the front stud broke out. I could also use a steering colum, but that would cost too much to ship to Connecticut.. 

 

I do. I'll get you some pics this evening.



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Posted November 28, 2017 - 10:01 AM

This would be what I need. I have no idea on shipping cost which worries me a little. I assume some of the stuff is heavy. Shipped to 14057 zip code. It’s crazy that you can ship 100# cast wheel weights for a fair price because they are the “right size” but this stuff may get pricey because of there shapes. If shipping is reasonable I’d take the stuff.

 

Do you need the entire driveshaft or just the coupling (the circled part)? I seem to recall there was a bent part in there with the driveshaft, but I can't remember which (or if it was on this tractor) so I'll look things over and take some pics this evening to help evaluate.



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Posted November 28, 2017 - 11:04 AM

I wouldn’t need the whole driveshaft, I think The part is removeable from the driveshaft and only the flat drum like portion is what is needed really off the driveshaft.

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Posted November 28, 2017 - 03:34 PM

They have a new USPS flat rate box now,it long an narrow,may help,there free at postoffice

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Posted November 28, 2017 - 10:18 PM

Would you have a good drag link? It from the steering sector to the r/fr wheel. Mine, the front stud broke out. I could also use a steering colum, but that would cost too much to ship to Connecticut.. 

 

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and a combined picture of the two ends

 

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This would be what I need. I have no idea on shipping cost which worries me a little. I assume some of the stuff is heavy. Shipped to 14057 zip code. It’s crazy that you can ship 100# cast wheel weights for a fair price because they are the “right size” but this stuff may get pricey because of there shapes. If shipping is reasonable I’d take the stuff.

 

The parts as a whole

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The brake rod assembly (1717321) is the longest part at 18", so shipping probably won't be too bad (even if we have to use Flat-Rate as I mention below).

 

Edit: The Flat-Rate Game Board box would likely hold it all and that's around $17 if I read correctly.

 

and a combined image of just the coupling, showing more angles

 

650-drive-coupling.jpg

 

 

They have a new USPS flat rate box now,it long an narrow,may help,there free at postoffice

 

Thanks Rick. There's a Flat-Rate Game Board Box that would work for all but the biggest parts, so shipping looks pretty reasonable for any of the smaller parts.

 

 

 

 

Let me know if you'd like more detailed pictures of any of the parts and I'll post them up. If you're satisfied with what you see and are willing to pay shipping, PM me and we can exchange info.

 

Somebody out there wants the deck hanger, no?

I know one of you out there wants a dash that doesn't have broken tabs!


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Posted November 29, 2017 - 02:47 PM

650-draglink.jpg

and a combined picture of the two ends

650-draglink-ends.jpg



The parts as a whole
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The brake rod assembly (1717321) is the longest part at 18", so shipping probably won't be too bad (even if we have to use Flat-Rate as I mention below).

Edit: The Flat-Rate Game Board box would likely hold it all and that's around $17 if I read correctly.

and a combined image of just the coupling, showing more angles

650-drive-coupling.jpg



Thanks Rick. There's a Flat-Rate Game Board Box that would work for all but the biggest parts, so shipping looks pretty reasonable for any of the smaller parts.




Let me know if you'd like more detailed pictures of any of the parts and I'll post them up. If you're satisfied with what you see and are willing to pay shipping, PM me and we can exchange info.

Somebody out there wants the deck hanger, no?
I know one of you out there wants a dash that doesn't have broken tabs!


I'll have to see if I can find that bix,never saw one,Thanks for the info

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Posted November 30, 2017 - 08:31 AM

Sent you a PM about the drag link.



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Posted December 05, 2017 - 09:59 AM

The drag link arrived today. Looks good. Thanks!!






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