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Posted December 05, 2017 - 10:44 AM

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

 

Glad to be of assistance and to not send it to scrap!

 

My primary project right now is getting my old bobcat squared away for plowing duty (1), but my plan is to keep stripping parts down. Plenty more parts people, pipe up and claim your prize!

 

 

1) I plowed my driveway last year with the Bolens 750. It did a marvelous job and I can't complain, but the 42" plow takes a while on a 500+ foot driveway. The plow for the bobcat is a bit over 96", so it should take a few less passes.  :P


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Posted December 06, 2017 - 04:26 AM

I also received my parts. Too be honest I haven't opened the package yet! LOL! I set it on my 800 that will be using all the parts you sent and haven't been back into the garage to tinker with my Bolens stuff. A Winter storm is coming so I've been prepping for that and chasing my 2yr old around at the same time! I truly appreciate the parts and your help! It was a simple and well handled transaction that went flawlessly unlike another transaction I just recently dealt with! I look forward to hearing what other parts you will available. I may need some!


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Posted December 06, 2017 - 09:20 PM

I also received my parts. Too be honest I haven't opened the package yet! LOL! I set it on my 800 that will be using all the parts you sent and haven't been back into the garage to tinker with my Bolens stuff. A Winter storm is coming so I've been prepping for that and chasing my 2yr old around at the same time! I truly appreciate the parts and your help! It was a simple and well handled transaction that went flawlessly unlike another transaction I just recently dealt with! I look forward to hearing what other parts you will available. I may need some!

 

I'm glad it arrived in a timely fashion.

 

I worked on a bit more teardown and some new images of all the trash/treasure. I stripped the transmission down today, some of which I intend on keeping (gear cluster, bevel gears, bevel pinion, right drive collar), but the rest is available. I don't think anyone is going to want some old bearings when the replacements are pretty affordable from the vendors here, but I removed them anyhow to strip the cast iron housing. Same with the bronze bushings, though those will likely go into my bronze scrap pile. I tossed most of the gears into my machine pile, so if anyone wants some I'd probably cough them up, same with the axle. Though admittedly, the axle will likely become fodder for my lathe.

 

 

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The bigger bits that I suspect fewer people will be interested in.

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Posted December 08, 2017 - 08:27 AM

I'd be interested in the steering gear in the first pic, lower left side. Shaped like a fan. Let me know. My zip is 06111.



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Posted December 08, 2017 - 01:03 PM

Sure thing, I'll box it up this eve when I get home and have it ready monday. Do you want the matching steering arm (1716563)? I doubt it will change the shipping much.



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Posted December 08, 2017 - 07:23 PM

Yes, I'll take that also. Thanks!



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Posted December 11, 2017 - 08:06 AM

Anything yet on price?



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Posted December 11, 2017 - 01:39 PM

Anything yet on price?

I'll be headed to the PO shortly, will PM you the details.



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Posted December 11, 2017 - 02:06 PM

Anything yet on price?

 

Amazingly enough, both parts fit into a small flat-rate box, $7.15

I've still got your address, so PM me the cost and I'll send you a tracking #

 

Thanks, 2 less parts in my garage!



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Posted March 05, 2018 - 02:29 PM

It's getting warmer and that means the unclaimed parts are going to get scrapped soon.

 

Same great price (FREE), but you pay shipping via USPS.

 

Only a few more weeks until warmer weather arrives and it's scrapping time.

There's plenty of useful parts still yet to be claimed. Take a look and claim your prize!

 

(For anyone willing to drive, there's a lightly butchered hood, salvageable fender pan, and front axle assembly as well, but they're too large/heavy to ship.)

 

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Posted March 06, 2018 - 05:12 PM

There are also a pair of hood latches/bumpers (part # 1717232) that I was holding for someone, but they did not need them thus another set of parts is available as well.


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Posted March 07, 2018 - 04:29 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.

Hi, wondering if you have anything still and could you ship to uk?
 
 
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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.



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Posted March 07, 2018 - 04:31 PM

There are also a pair of hood latches/bumpers (part # 1717232) that I was holding for someone, but they did not need them thus another set of parts is available as well.


Is there anything at all that you could ship here free? Or anything I’d could do? I have no way at all at paying for shipping

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Posted March 07, 2018 - 07:58 PM

Don't think your going to have much luck with shipping to the UK for free,pretty pricey

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Posted March 07, 2018 - 08:48 PM

Is there anything at all that you could ship here free? Or anything I’d could do? I have no way at all at paying for shipping

 

 

Don't think your going to have much luck with shipping to the UK for free,pretty pricey

 

As blackjackjakexxix indicated, I don't expect it will be cheap, but is there a specific part you are seeking?






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