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Seaton663

The new guy is buying a B-10, needs atchmnts

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Seaton663
I'm totally new to the tractor world but I've got about an 1 3/4 acres of property that needs to be tilled, raked, planted, landscaped etc etc. I'm buying an Allis Chalmers B-10 tractor with a rototiller atch which is great for starters, but I live on a glacial till and I have rocks rocks rocks. Where can I find a decent supplier in the Tacoma WA area for a rock rake (York rake?) and also a mower atch for my new machine? Any suggestions for a first time tractor guy?

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tractormike
Welcome to the club! I think you have a good tractor to start with and this is THE PLACE to be to find out about your tractor. I'm in Wisconsin so I can not help you with local suppliers, but if you post what all you are looking for there is probably someone here who could help you out. I have 5 of the B series tractors to work on but I don't have many attachments for them. Good luck with your projects and post a picture of your tractor if you can.

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HubbardRA
Steve, Check with Dan (rokon2813) or Kirk (Daddycat). Both of these guys had several mowers for sale recently. You can PM them directly if you are a member. I don't know if that feature works for a non-member. Best bet is pay the $10 and become a member. Then you can take full advantage of all the features of this site. You will not regret it.

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rokon2813
Mower decks arent too hard to find but shipping to Washinton form New York (me) or Conneticut (Kirk) would be more than the cost of the deck. There are a couple members out that way that may have some better hints for you. I think you can still buy a fairly cheap new York Rake.

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hufhouse
Check with local rental outlets, too. I rented a York Rake cheap when I was putting in my 2 acres of grass. If you don't want to rent, they can at least give you a source where you can buy one.

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