Your 622 tractor is fairly hard to come by, its the last of the oval hooded models and the first to be painted in the new seton blue and artic white colors. Sears listed it as a special, which meant it was a lower powered plain jane model to them. It uses the same hood as a 618 model which lacks the DB cast emblam and was made of only to parts instead of 3 like the other hoods. There is a guy on eBay that sells a pretty good set of decals for this tractor. The other 2 models for 1962 were both(623 &624) 725 models which meant there used the bigger model 19 briggs with its 7.25hp output, hence the 725 on the hood. You tractor used the 5.75 hp briggs which is basicly as model 14, but its not really a model 14. If you had the 2 engines side by side you would see the small differances.
16 replies to this topic