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#1 thz71 ONLINE  

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Posted December 21, 2017 - 01:36 PM

Couldn't really make a post in a brand specific area because I don't stick to one brand. I buy and sell a lot of tractors so I wanted to make this thread somewhat for me to keep some pictures and stuff, and also to share some with you guys. I started buying and selling them my freshman year of high school for my ffa project and I'm still doing it 8 years later. I'll just start with what I have right now. A lot of these are 50% owned by my dad, we go halfs at auctions or on big buys. We recently bought out a wheel horse dealer so these first few months may be slightly WH heavy.
318f9ffaf84dc9097fbb9604af1c849b.jpg here's some of the first delivery from that buy. e0eca4d8c2d869390591d5e99f58586a.jpg here's a couple I'm currently working on a sears ss12 I'm going to put a loader on a WH commando 8 that needs a fuel pump. A John deere 316 that needs a fuel pump and a couple mongomery wards that need various things.f63227009bce03d754dfbbfb658862cd.jpg my dad's d250f32c8af34522b6ea4574a5268c04f625.jpg a mongomery ward with a Briggs v twin44b22048c9dbf4038f8ab5d50eac51d5.jpgwhat I mow my lawn witha20a5fa4b3a1fb4cc0260b03ee39be9c.jpgmy dad's 332 and 322 he mows his lawn with41b707cf5eefcd1b1a8e19e92e3d4fc4.jpggarden mark with loaderd071557639ee83f0ccae6c41969dc633.jpgloader for my searsce6d9e437c3e9a39edf26a2f7d0ab518.jpg140 H3 with loader1ea1c8961c57b2ecbc446b1fd61a378b.jpganother commando0842f86ce2a78ff3d745d9dc105e53dd.jpga recent load on my big trailer from an auctionab6fe80cd4efd33bb2821325b6201d2d.jpganother load on the half ton797d3c7aaeaba42f81a7804df71cf90d.jpgA load of sears and attachments on my old truck before I went to the cummins

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Posted December 21, 2017 - 06:21 PM

You do have quite a variety of garden tractors!

Thanks for the photos.


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Posted December 21, 2017 - 06:26 PM

That is a great collection of GT's.


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Posted December 21, 2017 - 06:27 PM

You have some nice Wards tractors in there. No wonder why, there are none of these things for sale any more. People like you buy them all up. 


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Posted December 21, 2017 - 06:53 PM

I started buying and selling them my freshman year of high school for my ffa project

 

It looks like you quit selling once you became a sophomore.  :poke:


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Posted December 21, 2017 - 07:56 PM

You do have quite a variety of garden tractors!
Thanks for the photos.

No problem I like seeing people's stuff so I figure I better share also

That is a great collection of GT's.

Thanks!

You have some nice Wards tractors in there. No wonder why, there are none of these things for sale any more. People like you buy them all up.

All the wards are for sale actually haha

I started buying and selling them my freshman year of high school for my ffa project

It looks like you quit selling once you became a sophomore. :poke:

Haha nah I sell ALOT more than I keep

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Posted December 21, 2017 - 08:29 PM

looks like you and your dad are having a lot of fun.

 

Note about the fuel pumps.  I have had several fuel pumps on Kohler motors that were not working.

I took then part the best I could and clean them, so the little rubber disks in the fuel were free to move around.

Put them back together and they are working again.

Only had one with a bad diaphragm.


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Posted December 22, 2017 - 12:17 AM

looks like you and your dad are having a lot of fun.

Note about the fuel pumps. I have had several fuel pumps on Kohler motors that were not working.
I took then part the best I could and clean them, so the little rubber disks in the fuel were free to move around.
Put them back together and they are working again.
Only had one with a bad diaphragm.

Unfortunately this one is actually missing the whole pump asssembly

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Posted December 22, 2017 - 12:43 AM

Impressive. What part of the country or which country you in?   Don



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Posted December 22, 2017 - 01:56 PM

Impressive. What part of the country or which country you in? Don

I'm in iowa

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Posted December 22, 2017 - 07:13 PM

nice bunch of tractors your gonna be busy if you fix them all 



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Posted December 22, 2017 - 07:26 PM

We will fix everything that Is feasible. We've got a couple going so far.

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Posted December 22, 2017 - 08:22 PM

Put a blower on this one so hopefully we can sell.it before springa51cd3dfe20ec139d83a3c398e19f6f4.jpg

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Posted December 31, 2017 - 01:10 PM

Sold the wheelhorse and bought this today. 800 hrs will probably put my model 47 on it.684c4c1af99bfcee6ddc7b5cf4fe0b6a.jpgba20a20e6a4da8f32c1feb8b63778b4a.jpg

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Posted January 10, 2018 - 12:45 AM

Got the 47 on and working51d6cf4474540186f24c1b74c4cbd188.jpg11a7b8ac63a40a8755fd2327a208cc7f.jpg

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