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carry it to your truck and take it with you. Chart says manufactured January 1964. The man said its sat under his workbench for years. Real good compression. I think it will be a runner.:D

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Hey Dan where does that breather tube go ? My 23 was missing that piece of shrouding along with the ID plate. It had that type of breather on it but no place for the tube to go so I changed it out for an older style one with no tube,which seems to work just fine but now am curious as to the where and how of the breather tube.Thanks:D8D
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Reed, Unless I'm mistaken, it just "dead-ends" under there, and doesn't connect to anything... I had an old 243431 with that type of breather on it -- it just vented behind that tinwork...
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Though that looks to have been repainted yellow at one time, can you tell if it's just a touch up? I had one of those that had the original yellow showing under a black overpaint. I figured it for an original early B-10 engine, and Rob ended up with it in a trade. This would be the correct engine for the Landlord(9 hp) and early B-10 tractors.
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Reed, as usual the "footdraggingclubhousecustodian" is correct. I can verify this because I went out to the shop and looked at the all original Big Ten that has this style PCV filter. Larry
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Thanks guys. Ask a question and get an answer within minutes,what more can you ask for! I asked because I hadn't seen a 23 with the Id tag up close and personal like yet.......
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