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Tired Iron's Simplicity 7112H
Tired Iron
By Tired Iron, 07/05/2018
  • Make Simplicity
  • Series 7100 Series
  • Model 7112H
  • Year Tractor Was Made --
  • Manufacturer (MFR) Number 1690473
  • Tractor Serial Number --
  • Engine Manufacturer Kohler
  • Engine Model K301S
  • Engine Serial Number --
  • Date Purchased 6/29/2018
  • Purchase Price $$ 0.00
  • Condition at Time of Purchase Not running (ignition system missing), Engine tag is missing. Cooling shroud had massive mouse nest. A few parts missing from drawbar; appears to be cobbled together. Most other parts intact. 3 of 4 tires dry rotted to the point of not holding air. Massive rust in battery box. Rescued this tractor from my nephew, it was headed to the salvage yard. Has 42" mowing deck (1690501) in fair condition.
  • Condition Now Installed battery at front for now, Installed new points and condenser, cleaned carburetor, and made new throttle clevis since old one was worn and broken. Bevel gear box seems ok, have to dig into this a bit deeper to fully check its condition. This engine has quite a bit of life left in it. Catch a few wiffs of oil burning when starting, but doesn't use much oil. Full fluid change and new hydro filter. She runs great! Results: hydro unit is in good condition and engine is in good condition, seems low on rpm, but good on power. Put tubes in leaky tires, greased mower deck spindles and sharpened blades. Mows grass great! I plan to fully restore this tractor in the near future and hoard attachments for it. I will fill in more details as I find more information and add a few photos.
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