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#31 stiemmy OFFLINE  

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Posted February 16, 2014 - 11:30 AM

Thank you Walkin! That to me qualify's as a Jake!!! :) 



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Posted February 24, 2014 - 04:11 PM

1966 chief 1000. I have resurfaced the head and added a belt guide under the engine trans pulley. Came with a 38 blower and a 42 deck.

After some parts  painted and assembly.  Sorry about the upside down photos

 

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Posted October 14, 2019 - 01:12 PM

My son found this at the scrapyard Sat. Fluid changes, repaired the broken roll pin in the shifter,slapped the battery in and away she goes!
67 Chief 1000 all original but missing the battery cover and PTO.

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Posted October 19, 2019 - 10:01 PM

Just picked up 2 total basket cases. Both are chief 1000, one has headlights in the grill the other has them on the outside. not sure I can find enough parts to restore one but man I really want to. I tore them both down to see what I had. I have one good engine block and a good transaxle so that's a big plus.  What I am having a problem with is finding all the pulley and bearings for the mower deck. Can anyone direct me to someone that might have them?

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Posted October 26, 2019 - 06:48 PM

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The day I brought mine home

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Posted October 27, 2019 - 02:09 AM

Also have a project 1968 Chief but have no pictures. It came factory with cigarette lighter, hydraulic lift, and I think a radio too based off of holes in the hood.


Do you have any of the pieces to the hydraulic lift at all ???


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Posted October 27, 2019 - 02:22 AM

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Here’s my 2 jake 1000 I did use it last year with the snowblower it came with the crazy part was I picked up a 129 cadet looking for a carb needle an i saw that same jake I own now years later for $75 the downfall is the rear is to light so I did a lot of spinning my rears over all I enjoy the machine !

Picked up a mm114 last year with a tiller I tore it down only to degrease it an put it back together so I can see how nice these hydros are paided $250 if I remember right I had this almost a year now


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Posted October 30, 2019 - 08:42 PM

Do you have any of the pieces to the hydraulic lift at all ???


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Yea I ended up putting it onto my 1000.

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Posted October 31, 2019 - 12:11 AM

Yea I ended up putting it onto my 1000.
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that’s awesome I’m looking at what the pieces look like that I need to mount stuff by the motor you know ??


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Posted November 01, 2019 - 07:58 AM

Just picked up 2 total basket cases. Both are chief 1000, one has headlights in the grill the other has them on the outside. not sure I can find enough parts to restore one but man I really want to. I tore them both down to see what I had. I have one good engine block and a good transaxle so that's a big plus.  What I am having a problem with is finding all the pulley and bearings for the mower deck. Can anyone direct me to someone that might have them?

didn't have any luck finding the right pulleys, so bought some 1-inch thick aluminum and made my own. ordered all new bearings. Also have most all the parts sandblasted.

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Posted November 06, 2019 - 06:00 PM

that’s awesome I’m looking at what the pieces look like that I need to mount stuff by the motor you know ??


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The mounting bracket has ears that bolt to the engine using the two oil pan bolts on that side



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Posted November 11, 2019 - 10:43 AM

I bought this almost 3 years ago for $200, came with a spare BS engine I could barely give away for $25. The guy initially wanted $250, but I got him down after telling him about having to “rebuild and adjust the clutch” and it being a base model that only had one forward gear and one reverse (he told me that the trans only he one forward gear). Imagine the look on his face when I drove it to my trailer in third. “Whelp, I guess I adjusted the clutch.”

I put it to use plowing snow for a season (after slight modifications to accept a 1961 Cub Cadet plow) before my Bolens was rebuilt, and now it serves plow duty for the garden. I couldn’t tell you what model or year it is, best I can figure is it’s around 1965. It has the Kohler K181, which fires up at the first turn of the key and runs awesome. I did rebuild the carb the first winter I had it. I even put an addition on my shed for it, and all my other tractor implements.

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Posted November 12, 2019 - 05:40 PM

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beginning to look a lot like a tractor.  I even found an original snowblower for it.  Didn't realize till I got it home its a single stage. 


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Posted November 13, 2019 - 08:39 PM

I bought this almost 3 years ago for $200, came with a spare BS engine I could barely give away for $25. The guy initially wanted $250, but I got him down after telling him about having to “rebuild and adjust the clutch” and it being a base model that only had one forward gear and one reverse (he told me that the trans only he one forward gear). Imagine the look on his face when I drove it to my trailer in third. “Whelp, I guess I adjusted the clutch.”
I put it to use plowing snow for a season (after slight modifications to accept a 1961 Cub Cadet plow) before my Bolens was rebuilt, and now it serves plow duty for the garden. I couldn’t tell you what model or year it is, best I can figure is it’s around 1965. It has the Kohler K181, which fires up at the first turn of the key and runs awesome. I did rebuild the carb the first winter I had it. I even put an addition on my shed for it, and all my other tractor implements.


Not sure if anyone can help ID the age of this tractor based off the engine tag, but if you can, it’s be much appreciated. 👍

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Posted November 14, 2019 - 05:36 AM

Page 5 of this manual will have that info:

https://gardentracto...service-manual/


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