Edited by howard H, April 18, 2012 - 06:17 PM.
Long live the 2 wheelers
Posted April 18, 2012 - 01:09 PM
- IamSherwood said thank you
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- MH81 said thank you
Posted May 20, 2012 - 10:18 PM
What mounting arms??
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- Alc said thank you
Posted September 29, 2012 - 08:58 PM
- Alc, Texas Deere and Horse and js5020 have said thanks
Posted October 17, 2012 - 04:52 AM
today photo is of a model 62 DB and a 110 vator. I got this tractor down east of Salem IL. It was sold as a hoodless special, under Sears" good" classification. It never had a hood, nor handel grips, and the fuel tank was mounted on the engine and not on the tractor. its briggs engine put out 1 3/4 hp, of the model "6" type. It also used the older style spring clutch instead of the ball lock one. For some reason my tractor has a tiller engine on it instead of the correct by the number DB one. The only differnance is the model number ending with 022, instead of 024. Earlier models of this tractor used a round gas tank, side mounted to the engine.
The 110 cultivator is the last of 4 differnt models built. Instead of using the familar notch adjusting handel, it has a pr of cranks to raise/lower the unit. Dont remember where i got it, but it was rusted mess and the cranks took forever to get free'd up. Not easy to see in the picture sorry.
I have a 62 like this that is on my to do list. I plan to get to it after I get my 575135 painted. The guy I bought it from found it at a scrap yard and rescued it. Mine is a series 101 with the side mounted round gas tank, It looks really cool with the side mounted tank.
Thanks for the great thread!
Posted October 31, 2012 - 05:03 PM
- Lauber1 said thank you
Posted November 01, 2012 - 12:16 AM
Heres a pic of the Wizard ready for snow, Im going for a bit heavier duty this year, made up a set of chains and 40 lbs of weight on each wheel. I might even go crazy and splurge for metal covering on the plow boards.
You do relise that if you found a blade for a 12aa, ab, etc it would fit right on your tractor? These old Wirards were all built in a Bolens factory, painted and equiped per Western Auto's design. There are some little differances, but most of the attachment from a similar Bolens will fit.