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Drigon
Is to be bought to me successfully in Europe a tractor.tractor is the wrong designation work lasts better ... *lol*the 4111 very badly was treated and it is missing some parts, but I will restore it again again like from the factory.:D as accessories I have the 36" mower and the Turbo Collector gotten. [img]http://www.simplicity.at/4111/4111/0000.JPG[/img] [img]http://www.simplicity.at/4111/4111/4111_1.jpg[/img] more pictures finds you: [url]http://www.simplicity.at/4111[/url]

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powermax_paul
Nice cleaning job Gerhard! I'd like to find a 4111 tractor myself. I've got a 11hp Briggs just looking for a tractor.:D Great to hear from you again^

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Drigon
I do not have it exactly understood which you would like. I remove the dirt with a high pressure cleaner. The old color with caustic soda solution.
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Originally posted by stormy2163
Drigon you work fast.I can see you don't work slow.Looks good to me.Job well done. Will you tell what method you used to clean up your tractor? Nice Job. Stormy

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Drigon
Hello Johnatan, with a paint gun! the lacquer finish takes place in 3 stages: Stage 1: Basic colour in 3 layers Stage 2: red color in 3 layers Stage 3: Clear lacquer in 2 layers I uses only 2 components acryl-laughs as with a car is made.
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Gerhard How did you paint the tractor? With spray cans? or with a paint gun? NICE JOB

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Drigon
I acknowledge with finished 4111 ....yesterday I inserted the new engine 12HP Briggs. [img]http://www.simplicity.at/4111/Fertig/4111_seite_2.jpg[/img] :D:D:D [img]http://www.simplicity.at/4111/Fertig/12hp_seite.jpg[/img] In the Deteil they can see the exact work good [img]http://www.simplicity.at/4111/Fertig/maehwerk_deteil_2.jpg[/img] also the small Decal was again made..... they see the result of the first test run in the cofe shop ....

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gregc
Gerhard, Great work again! Do you have the Black Vinyl Grips for the mower clutch lever assembly and the mower lift handle? If you don't, I think you can still get them from Simplicity. Part # 176934 for the clutch lever and # 1651820 for the lift handle.

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