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Rob-B

B-207 questions with pics

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Rob-B
Hello Stephanie and I went and aquiried her B-207 today. I really don't know to much about these smaller machines so i have a couple of questions, and hopefully some one will have good answers as usual. 1) Take a look at the shifter and the hole around it................... [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/uploaded/rob-b/shifter1.JPG[/img] is this common to this tractor...................... [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/uploaded/rob-b/shifter2.JPG[/img] or has it been enlarged for a reason and why? 2) This tractor reads B-207 on the decals and the owners manual she got with it. What is the difference between the B207 and the B-207E? I was under the impression that "E" stood for electric start. Am I missing something here? 3) This is the vin tag off of the seat deck..........what year does it make this tractor and does it help answer any of my questions? [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/uploaded/rob-b/207vin.JPG[/img] it says 3786. thank you rob

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Chris727
The hole around the shifter on yours is about the same as it was on the B207 I used to have and on my homesteader 8. Mine was a B207 with factory electric start so I guess the E of B207E does not mean electric start, but I can't say for sure. I can't help you with the year other than to tell you to look at the code on the engine. -Chris

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BrownA
Rob, I just looked at my B207 and the hole around the shifter looks similar to yours. I too would say the E was for electric start. I have a AC parts manual for the B207 so if you need any numbers I can look them up for you. Al

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Rob-B
Al, do you still have the carcass that we were speaking about last month? rob

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