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Pick this up last weekend, needs a drive line and some other stuff. Ser.7592

heres the drive line in it

And I do have the 700 emblems! John
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Originally posted by D-17_Dave
Looks pretty straight. What's that square emblem on the hood?
That's the classic duck tape to cover a hole
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Wow that is a prety straight looking tractor..Would the hole covered with duck tape be for mounting the cyclops headlight?
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can't believe no comments from our sim 700/725 expect...................thedaddykat. Now here is a man that has done his homework and research!!! Rob
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Is that a bearing on the drive shaft? I'd like to see a few more pics of the engine, gas tank, sides and rear before commenting. It looks like it has the 725 style PTO and a remote choke. What are the engine numbers?
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I see a yeller tractor in the back on pic #2,what is the contraption wrapped around the muffler?I'd like a little closer pic off that,hey nice lookin 700 also.
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Looks like a Winter heat shield, which keeps snow and ice off the carb. There is no Allis equivalent to a 700, the B-1 is the sister to the 725....
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I have a monkey wards squire that is the same as a 700,can't tell the difference except for the side emblems.My old squire doesn't have a remote choke either,I believe it's a 62 model.
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Now I hope to have all these pictures right: 700 model-19 706035type 627113ser.

Now for the parts tractor

Now the top secert side cover for the big ten

Now I must do a lot of thinking about all this!
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Looks to me like that winter shield on your Big 10 would be hard on the knuckles when using the hydro lift. Is your parts tractor a B-1?
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The engine type is correct for the 700 and the serial number dates to February of 1961, which seems a little late for those but maybe it was a replacement? Square gas tank, three screw carb and manual choke with oil bath air cleaner all look right. Straight shifter and the "Saturn" style knob also correct. Sure looks like a 700 all right!! Nice find. This link will have a data table for the sreial numbers of early Briggs engines if anyone wants to check out their engine. http://www.edgeta.org/mdate3.htm
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I would like to see some pictures of the BGB end of that drive shaft. It looks like the engine end is still welded together. That shaft would have to slide in the bearing some way. It may look real interesting under the tunnel in there. Thanks for the pictures and keep them coming.
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